Here's the latest in the popular series of video playlists for teachers and teacher trainers. This time, the focus is on using the visual and performing arts to teach mindfulness to adults and kids.
Chilean painter Fusa Deyas creates street art with a deeper message.
Taking multiple photos of the same ordinary object can be a great way to learn to pay attention.
Donna Freeman of Yoga in My School explains a silent activity for small groups, using bendable sticks.
An art teacher explains how she incorporates mindfulness in her classes for first through fourth grade.
Sherelle from The Owl and the Coconut shares what she learned doing 30 Days of Mindful Art.
Theater and Storytelling
Mindfulness Poet explains how the act of telling and listening to stories puts us in a state of attention and awareness.
Sue McMurray of Educational Design Services explains how improvisational sketches can be used to teach kids about their emotions.
Mindful Museum Theater Game and Emotional Musical Chairs
Andrew Jordan Nance of Mindful Arts San Francisco demonstrates two improvisational theater games.
Music and Dance
Therapist Annabelle Coote helped a client use mindfulness of her thoughts, feelings, and body to recognize how much she was limiting herself by what she "should, must, ought to" do rather than recognizing what she really wanted and needed.
Yoga teacher Sophie Bolton helps parents and children connect with each other through mindful movement.
Composer Chuck Marohnic of Music Serving the Word Ministries reminds musicians about the need to constantly work on the skill of listening, starting with a single note.
Paying attention can save lives. These Baltimore students created a music video to teach kids to put down their phones and look where they're going.
Activities for Exploring the Five Senses
Song Playlists for Teachers
Interviews with Visual and Performing Artists, and Teachers and Therapists Who Use Integrate Mindfulness and Art
Thought-Provoking Videos about Mindfulness and Meditation