Meditation for kids: Discover the postures, music and benefits

Meditation for kids is one of the most useful tools for many parents these days. Here we share with you a guide of recommendations that will help you.

In times of confinement, all people have been altered by all these changes, especially children. They need to relax in order to sleep well. Teaching children how to meditate early on can help them manage unwanted emotions in a socially acceptable and therapeutic way. 

Meditating regularly will allow your children to sleep, focus, memorize, become more creative, help regulate their mood and manage stress.

Teaching children how to meditate early on can help them manage unwanted emotions in a socially acceptable and therapeutic way. 

Meditation is highly recommended to reach a state of relaxation. One of the good things about meditation is that It takes only a few minutes, and kids will be able to enjoy a moment of peace.

How to meditate with kids

Make sure you pick a place that is calm, quiet, ventilated, with a comfortable temperature and good lighting.

Make sure you pick a place that is calm, quiet, ventilated, with a comfortable temperature and good lighting.

The most comfortable position is to lie on your back on a mat, or you can place a couple of large towels, one on top of the other on the floor. Arms and legs should be stretched out, palms up and back straight. You can also sit comfortably in a chair, with your feet on the floor, your back very straight and your hands on your knees.

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Use quiet songs that are harmonious for the ears. Music that helps us relax is also important to create a comfortable environment for meditation.

Practice some yoga postures such as the tree, cobra or bear. Choose the one you and your children prefer. 

It is important to protect children's mental health so that they feel better and can be physically healthy.

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Benefits of meditation for children

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Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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