Try Pause Breathe Smile at home

With over 100,000 children now taught Pause Breathe Smile in schools, how about trying a selection of practises and activities at home, either together, or just for yourself.
Mindful movement
Space is all around us, expanding in every direction. Often, we only focus on what is in front of us, and sometimes forget about the space behind us, above us, below us, and on each side of us. Ngā Aronga e Ono is a mindful movement that helps us to connect with space in all directions: to the right, left, forwards, backwards, upwards, and downwards.

Guided Mindfulness Practices

Straight Back Soft Belly – for Children
Tuara Tōtika, Puku Ngohengohe – for Children
Coming Home – for Children
Happy Heart – for Children

Short Mindful Breathing Practice – for Adults/Young Adults

Brief Emotion Regulation Practice – for Adults/Young Adults
Loving Kindness Practice – for Adults/Young Adults
Dropping Anchor (Man's Voice)
Filling the Balloon – for Adults/Young Adults (Woman's Voice)

Sitting like a Mountain (Man's Voice)

Kindness – for Adults/Young Adults (Woman's Voice)
Being a Friend to Yourself (Man's Voice)
Air Inside, Air Outside
The Wonder of the Body
Before Sleep
Mindful Superhero
Mindful Walking
Thoughts Like Clouds


Six Directions 

Breathe Easy with Hikitia te Ha

The Gratitude Experiment


The Science of Kindness

Outrageous Bursts of All Right

We are All Connected

Animation: Yearly Biosphere Cycle shows Earth 'Breathing'