Write your own meditation

As part of the Mindful Magic Educator Toolkit & Teacher Training (find out more here), one of the tasks for students is to write their very own meditation using this brilliant template.

Why don't you try writing a meditation with your child at home, using Mindful Magic sessions as inspiration?

If you'd like to join us as a Mindful Mentor in 2020, download the info pack here

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