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During adolescence, young people are traversing exciting and also challenging stages in their development. Mindfulness, if taught in a developmentally appropriate way, has the potential to be an asset in adolescents' lives. Developmentally appropriate approaches of mindfulness intervention during adolescence need to consider adolescents' social contexts (for example, school setting, peer group, family), their cognitive and emotional stages in development, and age-specific strength and vulnerabilities. This chapter puts mindfulness education into a developmental perspective, and presents the Learning to BREATHE program as a school-based universal intervention for adolescents. The authors describe developmental dimensions and themes of the program, and discuss common challenges of program implementation in schools. A case example of bringing the Learning to BREATHE program into the school context is provided.

Loving Kindness Meditation: Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Loving Kindness Meditation

Body Scan (Long): Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Body ScanDr Hagen Rampes http://www.mindfulness-healing.co.uk The Body Scan is a classic mindfulness practice (with acknowledgement to Jon Kabat-Zin) which is taught in mindfulness courses. The practice is best done lying down. The intention of the practice is to train one's attention to observe body sensations systematically in different parts of the body. It's best to approach the practice without any expectations. http://www.hagenrampes.com

Body Scan (Long): Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Body ScanDr Hagen Rampes http://www.mindfulness-healing.co.uk The Body Scan is a classic mindfulness practice (with acknowledgement to Jon Kabat-Zin) which is taught in mindfulness courses. The practice is best done lying down. The intention of the practice is to train one's attention to observe body sensations systematically in different parts of the body. It's best to approach the practice without any expectations. http://www.hagenrampes.com

Body Scan (Long): Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Body ScanDr Hagen Rampes http://www.mindfulness-healing.co.uk The Body Scan is a classic mindfulness practice (with acknowledgement to Jon Kabat-Zin) which is taught in mindfulness courses. The practice is best done lying down. The intention of the practice is to train one's attention to observe body sensations systematically in different parts of the body. It's best to approach the practice without any expectations. http://www.hagenrampes.com

Long Sitting Meditation 30 min: MBCT Mindfulness Sitting MeditationDr Hagen Rampes

Long Sitting Meditation 30 min: MBCT Mindfulness Sitting MeditationDr Hagen Rampes

Mindfulness of Breath: Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Mindfulness of BreathDr Hagen Rampes

Mindfulness of Breath: Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Mindfulness of BreathDr Hagen Rampes

Mindful Stretching Lying Down Postures -Short (20 minutes)Dr Hagen Rampes

Mindful Stretching Lying Down Postures -Short (20 minutes)Dr Hagen Rampes

MBCT Mindful Stretching Lying Down PosturesThis is a 40 minute mindfulness stretching practice.

MBCT Mindful Stretching Standing PosturesDr Hagen Rampes

Mindful Stretching Standing Postures -Short (20 minutes)Dr Hagen Rampes

Mindful Stretching Standing Postures -Short (20 minutes)Dr Hagen Rampes

Raisin Exercise: Mindfulness Meditation Practice, MBCT Raisin ExerciseDr Hagen Rampes

15 Minute Mindfulness Practice: Sitting Meditation of Breath, Body & Working with difficult body sensations.

15 Minute Mindfulness Practice: Sitting Meditation of Breath, Body & Working with difficult body sensations.

This meditation is included in the free online version of the eight-week MBSR course by Palouse Mindfulness (http://palousemindfulness.com). This is identical to the earlier version, except that the graphic has changed and some of the distracting sounds that were in the "silent" portion of the meditation have been removed.

This meditation is included in the free online version of the eight-week MBSR course (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) by Palouse Mindfulness ( http://palousemindfulness.com).

This meditation is included in the free online version of the eight-week MBSR course (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) by Palouse Mindfulness (http://palousemindfulness.com). The narrative is adapted from Jon Kabat-Zinn's Mountain Meditation, which can be found at http://www.mindfulnesscds.com/

This meditation is included in the free online version of the eight-week MBSR course (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) by Palouse Mindfulness (http://palousemindfulness.com). The narrative is adapted from Jon Kabat-Zinn's Mountain Meditation, which can be found at http://www.mindfulnesscds.com/

This meditation is included in the free online version of the eight-week MBSR course by Palouse Mindfulness (http://palousemindfulness.com). This is identical to the earlier version, except that the graphic has changed and some of the distracting sounds that were in the "silent" portion of the meditation have been removed.

This video of Dr. Lynn Rossy is included, with permission, as one of the main practices in the free online mindfulness course (MBSR) by Palouse Mindfulness found at http://palousemindfulness.com. Lynn is Health Psychologist for University of Missouri's wellness program. NOTE: See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSAcv... for a version of this video which keeps the camera on the person who is seated.

This podcast differs from the audios that have come before. In fact, it is the commencement address for a group of trainees who have just finished an 18-month teacher training program in MBSR and MBCT. We have all sat down to mark the end of a journey together, and I share some of the aspects of teaching that have been most inspiring to me.Find more at mindfulness-based-teacher-project.org.

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