We all know that sinking feeling, when the children in our care (be they our own or someone else’s) start to “play up”.
Sometimes the build-up is slow and almost unnoticeable. Other times it’s like an explosion of energy that the child simply doesn’t know how to channel.
Either way, having a wide variety of techniques to help kids calm down quickly is invaluable.
Of course, all of us already have a good range of techniques, but it’s always interesting to share new ones. And that’s just the point of this short, but practical book: 5 Quick Fixes For Calmer Kids
As meditation & yoga teachers, Clare Josa and Peter Briant are often in a situation where we need to help people de-stress, calm down and relax, before they can enjoy their yoga or successfully meditate or practise mindfulness.
And, over the years, the tips they have used with “grown-ups” have been refined to work with “littler people”, too!
There are always multiple causes for fighting, bickering and generally difficult behaviour and it is not intending to address them all in this short book. However, these quick fixes can make a big difference, while you look for any underlying causes.
This book’s intention is to provide you with some practical quick fixes that you can rely on, whenever the kids are going crazy.
No matter how our children usually behave, there are always times when they will play up – and that’s when this book comes in handy.
The strategies are very quick to understand and apply, yet can make a profound difference.
Some are common sense. Others are based on sound psychological principles. All are useful if you want to practice teaching your children mindfulness and relaxation, longer-term.
We hope it includes some ideas to inspire you to build on, with your own techniques.
Clare Josa & Peter Briant
P.S. This book was designed to be short-and-sweet, so you can read it quickly, and the Kindle version costs less than a bar of chocolate… ‘Nuff said?!
Grab your copy now: 5 Quick Fixes For Calmer Kids