This page has articles, videos, and recordings to support your mindfulness practice! New materials will be added as they become available. If there is a resource you are looking for and do not see here please get in touch.
Guided meditation recordings for teens: a series of guided meditation recordings, specifically designed for teens, can be found on the "Mindfulness For Teens" website by clicking here.
Meditations for youth and teens! In partnership with AboutKidsHealth we have created the videos below to share different mindfulness practices aimed at youth and teens.
Mindfulness in Schools: 15 minute documentary
In October 2012, a group of monastics and lay people, who practice in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village, visited New Delhi, India. Their aspiration was to cultivate mindfulness in schools. This video was captured during that trip.
Mindful Nation UK All-Parliamentary Report click here to read. This groundbreaking report was released in 2015 by an all-parliamentary group giving recommendations for the incorporation of mindfulness into key sectors of society, focused specifically on Health, Education, Workplace and the Criminal Justice System. It is a great resource for anyone wanting to show the efficacy of mindfulness practice as it applies to these sectors.
Popular articles and research in the field of mindfulness can be found at the American Mindfulness Research Association.
Simple Habit is a meditation app that offers 5, 10 and 20 minute guided meditations on different topics from over 30 meditation teachers. Elli has recorded several sessions for them, which you can find on her teacher page.
For a free 2 week trial use the coupon code: MEDITATEWITHELLI. You can download the app here or in the App Store on your Apple or Android.
Mindfulness for Life: Navigating a PhD with curiosity, kindness & joy click here to read.
This blog explores how mindfulness can be applied to daily life in the context of my experience as a PhD student. Topics include mindfulness for time management, tackling self-doubt, the importance of community and more. At the end of each post is a mindfulness practice that readers can try out.
Learn, Teach, Lead: Cultivating Healthy Classrooms for Students & Teachers click here to read.
In partnership with The Learning Exchange, this guest blog post explore the growing evidence based perspective for bringing mindfulness into classrooms.