no-nonsense conversations about mindfulness and meditation
Mindfulness Together — Susan Kaiser Greenland :Mindfulness practices help you become less reactive, so how can you share it with your kids? It helps kids enormously to carry with them a set of tools to help them whenever they get upset or life gets overwhelming. My guest today, Susan Kaiser Greenland, has made a career out of sharing these tools with kids in ways that truly make a difference.
For episode 103 of the Metta Hour Podcast, Sharon Salzberg speaks with friend and colleague, Susan Kaiser Greenland.
Drew Perkins talks with Susan Kaiser Greenland about how mindfulness, meditation, and awareness can help students be more successful learners.
In a fun, lively conversation, Susan talks with Tami Simon, the founder of Sounds True, about all things related to mindfulness for kids and parents, including ways to lead a kinder, wiser, and happier life.
Fun, wide-ranging conversation with Susan Kaiser Greenland, Dan Harris and Annaka Harris (no relation) on everything from advice for sharing mindfulness with kids, to the origin story of the Inner Kids Foundation, to somewhat controversial topics like careerism and teaching kids a practice that evolved from Eastern spiritual traditions.
Janet Fouts talks with Susan Kaiser Greenland about the ABCs of attention, balance, and compassion.
Lama Surya Das talks with Susan Kaiser Greenland about teaching mindfulness to the younger generation.
Susan Kaiser Greenland talks with Laurie Winer about her new best-selling book “Mindful Games: Sharing Mindfulness and Meditation with Children, Teens, and Families.” The question is raised: Can mindful meditation be the antidote to the toxicity of Trump?
With Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought, professional development for teachers.
Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of The Mindful Child and Mindful Games, visits the podcast to discuss introducing preschoolers to mindfulness.
Tune in to hear Susan share some of her journey and offer practical tips and advice. Her latest book helps even the brand new practitioner in sharing the gifts of mindfulness.
Mind-body wellness is typically something we explore as adults, but it’s never too early to start, and the sooner and the better. Our guest this week is an expert on teaching mindfulness to young people, and for any parent, educator, or soon-to-be caregiver, this is a must-listen.
Freeing your mind with Susan Kaiser Greenland