Listening to my body
An important aspect of self-awareness involves being aware of your body. This ability to sense the state of our body takes place in the insula. This can include noticing how your body feels, your heart rate, your gut, and pain or discomfort. This tool provides a mindfulness exercise to help kids and teens tune into their bodies and practice being aware of the state of their body and perhaps what their body needs in the moment.
Can You Imagine the space between?
Open Focus attention training encourages awareness of how you attend to the wide array of sensory experiences and the space between those experiences. It helps clients put things in perspective and helps to relieve stress, manage physical pain, regulate emotions, and set the stage.