Focus and attention A 2014 study conducted by the California State University of Fullerton found that Yoga Ed. programs in classrooms produced benefits in attention, concentration, joy, self-esteem, self-confidence, physical well-being, and daily behaviors.

Focus and attention A 2014 study conducted by the California State University of Fullerton found that Yoga Ed. programs in classrooms produced benefits in attention, concentration, joy, self-esteem, self-confidence, physical well-being, and daily behaviors.

Toolkit

May 4, 2022

9 Yoga & Mindfulness Tools for Mental Health

All of the tools you find in this toolkit help cultivate calm, mental health, and overall well being.

Learning skills to support our mental health early in life can provide significant benefits to our physical, emotional, and social growth for life. For example, for children to choose calm in times of stress, they first need the opportunity to experience calm and practice arriving at a calm state. 

All of the tools you find in this toolkit help cultivate calm, mental health, and overall well being. In this resource, learn 9 yoga and mindfulness practices for mental health that are suitable for a variety of settings and time frames: each tool may be as brief as 1 minute or expanded as needed.

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Research suggests as little as 5 minutes of Yoga Ed. daily can improve mental health.

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