Help your child thrive in a hectic world
Fun and relaxing guided meditation for you and your family
Faced with an increasingly busy and frenetic world, it’s vital our children learn to relax and take care of their mind as well as their body. Meditation can be a valuable lifeskill as we encourage children to thrive and enjoy all the challenges life offers. Click to find out more.
Getting Started with Thought Bubbles
Get to know Chris Ludlow
Chris Ludlow is the thought leader behind Thought Bubbles. Programme author, speaker and passionate believer in the benefits of child meditation
Thought Bubbles for Education
Find out more about our education programme, download a trial session and review the science behind the setup.
“As both a teacher and parent, Chris is ideally talented to understand the needs of children and how to help them learn, develop and live life to the full. Thought Bubbles’ carefully considered programme draws on Chris’ extensive experience and academic research and makes it accessible to all. You’ll find it fun and rewarding to enjoy with your children in your own home, whilst teaching your children valuable skills for life.”
‘Finding yourself’ is a phrase that’s been coined many times over the years. In a world that, for many, has sped up, where people are working longer hours and in which communication through every type of media has expanded, the idea of having the time to...
Everything starts with a question? Meditation has changed my life, but it has also left me with a burning question. What would have happened if I had begun meditating as a child? Would I have made better choices? Would my mental health had been better? Would I be a...
As a Thought Leader in the field of Child Meditation, our founder Chris Ludlow was asked by health, and wellness podcasters, The Black Country Buddhas to join them for a programme dedicated to mindfulness for young children called Can Children Meditate? How to Listen...
Read the full theory behind Thought Bubbles
A Narrative Exploring the Development of a Mindfulness Programme for Children aged Five to Seven.
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