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Morning Wellness

Morning Well-being

The way students start their day, matters!

Gain access to our comprehensive online library, it offers proven practices which will encourage and empower your students to care for their emotional, mental, and intellectual well-being.

In the hustle and bustle of student life, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by the myriad of tasks and academic responsibilities which is placed on each individual from a young age.

Incorporating mindfulness and meditation practises into your morning routine will provide your students with absolute mental clarity and focus, promote emotional maturity, and cultivate emotional resilience. Regular morning practices will equip students with the skills needed to confidently deal with challenging times, both in and outside of the classroom.

Our expansive digital library of online resources is divided into three dimensions of well-being:




All resources have been carefully curated within these categories to nurture and stimulate different psychological responses within the child. By practicing every day, many of the mechanisms learned through these practises will become unconscious habit, resulting in students becoming emotionally stable, resilient and develop their self-awareness.

Morning meditation and mindfulness practices have proven to enhance performance among students.

Gain access to our online resource hub which offers various morning practices to start the day, the right way!

Morning Well-being Exercises

Try out Mind n Me’s top three activities for FREE. Click on a button below!


Allow this morning meditation to put a smile on your day. 

Allow this morning meditation to put a smile on your day.


Allow this morning meditation to put a smile on your day.

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Allow this morning meditation to put a smile on your day.

  • What is well-being?
    Well-being is a combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional and social health factors. Wellbeing is linked to happiness and life satisfaction. It can be described as how you feel about yourself and your life.
  • How can my school support children's mental health?
    Schools can prioritise mental health by implementing programs and practises which encourage and empowers each child to take ownership of their mental, emotional, and intellectual well-being through a series of practises that will eventually become subconscious habitual practise over time.
  • What type of practices are included in the Mind n Me online resource?
    There is a wide variety of breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, emotional regulation, focus and concentration and intentional learning exercises available in this online wellness library. All experiences range different in durations and are suitable for various ages throughout primary school.
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