Sun, 02 Feb | Studio Two London

Family Mindfulness workshop - February

Come join us for a unique workshop exploring mindfulness and meditation with your child.
Registration is Closed
Family Mindfulness workshop - February

Time & Location

02 Feb 2020, 15:00 – 17:30
Studio Two London, Alexander House, 155-157 Merton Rd, Southfields, London SW18 5EQ, UK

About the Event


mindfulness for parents and families

Come join us for a unique workshop exploring mindfulness and meditation with your child. This fun workshop will show you how you can establish a simple meditation and mindfulness practice in your family home and give you a chance to connect to yourself and to your child in a nourishing and new way and perhaps even help you rediscover your own inner child.

The session will include simple mindful and drama games, visualizations, breathing exercises, yoga and arts & crafts.

This parent-and-child workshop is appropriate for children between the ages of 5-10 and will run for 2 ½ hours. 

Please wear comfortable clothing.

No prior meditation or mindfulness experience required.


The workshop fee is £25 per parent and child pair (£40 if one adult attends with 2 children/£35 if 2 adults attend with 1 child).

We will send you a paypal invoice once you register or you can pay directly here: 

Please use D2C-FamilyWS as a reference.


The benefits of mindfulness and meditation are numerous and in adults has been shown to positively influence the brain including impulse control, decision making, perspective taking, emotional regulation, learning and memory as well as numerous physical benefits.

In our fast-paced society it has become increasingly evident that even children are becoming sensitive to the effects of stress. Mental health in children and teenagers has become a growing concern in our society. Mindfulness is a great way to work against that. When practiced regularly it can help develop and optimize each child’s capacity to reduce stress and anxiety and improve executive function (attention, rationale, emotional regulation and memory retention), sleep and self-esteem.

Registration is Closed

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