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    I love Mindfulness!
    Strong Minds - Strong Hearts
    Dedicated to bringing mindfulness training to all children,
    grades Pre-K through 12, in Miami-Dade County.
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    Today’s youth are more at risk than ever before
    for increased levels of stress, anxiety, attention
    deficit, and depression.
    Center for Mindfulness
    at University of Massachusetts Medical School
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    to Collaborate with
    MKM in Mindfulness Research

What We Do

We offer mindfulness education to youth through four major programs:

  1. Mindfulness Training for Teachers
  2. Mindfulness Workshops for Schools
  3. Mindfulness After-School and Community Programs
  4. Mindfulness Training for Child Healthcare Providers and Advocates
Mindful_Miami_Logo Mindful Miami, also known as Mindful Kids Miami, supports the mission and vision of Mindful Kids Miami, Inc., primarily by offering the benefits of mindfulness to children and adults through mindfulness training and programs.

Our Mission

Mindful Kids Miami, Inc. (MKM), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2011, seeks to bring the benefits of mindfulness to children from pre-K through the 12th grade in Miami-Dade County. Mindful  Kids Miami helps educators, health providers and caregivers teach mindfulness skills to children and youth in schools and other settings.

Our Vision

Our vision is to improve the lives of all children in the community by giving them access to mindfulness skills which reduce stress and anxiety, develop attention and focus, promote emotional regulation and impulse control, teach empathy and compassion, and create a sense of well-being.  

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2nd annual "A Mindful Miami Conference" Click Here for more similar videos.

PBS NEWSHOUR: Low-income Students Combat Stress with Mindfulness

At Cesar Chavez Academy in East Palo Alto, Calif., 7th graders are learning to cope with the stress of life in a community rife with homelessness, shootings and gang war trauma. By teaching these children to pay close attention to their breathing and movements, Stanford University researchers are hoping they will focus better in school and beyond. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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