THE NEW BOOK IS HERE!
Peaceful Like a Panda has 30 ALL-NEW simple, fun mindfulness exercises proven to help children calm themselves down, let go of anxiety and stress, and focus their energy.
The book is organized by time of day, so it’s incredibly easy to fit an exercise (or two or three) into even the busiest of days. It’s a cinch to make mindfulness a part of the daily routine by flipping to one of the book’s six sections—Rise & Shine, Are We There Yet?, Brain Boosters, Playtime, Let’s Eat, and Good Night—and choosing a fun, kid-friendly practice to try.
If you’re a fan of Breathe Like a Bear, you will LOVE this one too (it’s also beautifully illustrated by the amazing Anni Betts).
Grab your copy right now!
Learn about all Kira’s mindfulness books for children here!
SUPPORT AND RESOURCES
Kira is offering her entire Mindful Moments for Kids album (winner of the Parents’ Choice Gold Award,) FREE, to support children, families and teachers.
The Kira Willey Channel on the free edtech app Zigazoo (called “TikTok for education" by TechCrunch) offers a new music, mindfulness or yoga video with a prompt like “can you do bear breath?” four times per week—plus a ton of other fun, educational content for kids, including projects from zoos, aquariums, and kids’ music icons Laurie Berkner and Brady Rymer.
Visit Kira on YouTube for her Zen Sessions for Kids “mindfulness-with-a-song” videos, music videos, and lots more.
Please get in touch if we can support you in any way.
ZEN SESSIONS FOR KIDS
Zen Sessions for Kids is Kira’s new video series, bringing the calming effects of mindfulness and the soothing power of music together for a truly zen experience for children!
Be sure to subscribe to Kira’s YouTube channel so you don’t miss a single one!
The Mindfulness Moments for Kids board books are now available as audiobooks!
Kira’s Mindfulness Moments for Kids series introduces simple mindfulness concepts to the youngest of practitioners. There are three titles: Breathe Like A Bear, Listen Like An Elephant, and Bunny Breaths.
Kira reads the book, while her original music plays in the background.