Reading and Resources
Create a quiet corner/ reboot corner/ your Rainbow Gum corner
Every child feels everything intensely and strong-willed and emotional kids feels everything even more intensely. Our role is to help them deal with those strong emotions before they spiral down...Read more
What about trying this weekly challenge #1?
Just like coffee for some, what about addicting our children to a daily dose of meditation? We strongly advise you to create a routine and spend 5 to 10 minutes...Read more
Tips for parents – How do I start practicing yoga with my kid?
Top advice from our RGYM family: Make it fun, Make it short, Do it together. ☀ Find a moment in the day that works for you and your child. (Morning?...Read more
Check our top recommended Mindfulness apps for kids
When it comes to mindfulness, let say that we are not big fans of technology HOWEVER it is how we use it that is making a true difference. Here is...Read more
Mindful activities for kids
A lot of people (specially grown ups) talk about Mindfulness. But what does it really mean? What is mindfulness? Good question, we are glad you’ve asked. Mindfulness is like a...Read more
How to best take care of your yoga mat
Your mat is your space. Your space to practice, your space to breathe, your space to work on yourself, taking care of this special mat is important. What you need: ...Read more
I'm happy, I'm healthy, I'm kind
Kim the Echidna looks different to all his friends. He has a pointy nose and is covered in sharp spines that hurt others when he bumps into them. He also...Read more
Healthy body, happy mind
Kelly the Koala likes hanging out in his tree, watching tv and eating his favourite food – burgers! He doesn’t really like other foods, and doesn’t like to exercise. Recently he...Read more
Every day, every way, I get better
Ellis the emu loves listening to music. He especially liked visiting his friend the possum and listening to him play guitar. He borrowed Possum’s guitar a few times but it...Read more
Relax - from the tips of your toes to the end of your nose
Pat still gets shy and nervous sometimes, but when he feels himself starts blushing, he reminds himself to take 5 deep breaths, relax his body and feel all his muscles loosen up.Find a comfortable, quiet place to put down on your mat, and lie down or sit down.
Close your eyes, breathe out and let your body loosen up.
Take 5 slow deep breaths before you begin.
Then we repeat the three steps as we travel up your body.