About Wuf Shanti
About Wuf Shanti:
Adam, who is now 14, created Wuf Shanti for kids to teach mindfulness techniques in early learning, so children can live in health and wellness, peace and positivity. Through music, fun, and games, children learn yoga, meditation, and positive thinking to help them think well, be well, and live in light. These techniques help children to stay physically fit, mentally less stressed, able to cope with emotions, and interact with kindness.
Wuf Shanti is a recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award and named among the “Best in Family-Friendly Media, Products, & Services.” Common Sense Media named Wuf Shanti’s Mobile App, the Yoga Fun Machine, one of the “Best Health Apps and Games for Kids.” National Parenting Product Awards (NAPPA) names Wuf Shanti “Best Product for Children” in their Health and Wellness roundup.
You can read about Wuf Shanti in the recent press in Teaching. com, Best Self Magazine, Care for Your Mind, LA Yoga Magazine, Superfly SuperMom Blog, the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Miami Herald, Yoga Digest, The Doctor Weighs In, Sun Sentinel, Integral Yoga Magazine, and many others. The articles can be found on this website in the “In the News” section. Some of these publications were interviews or articles, written by other people about Wuf Shanti, and some of them are articles Adam wrote which were published by news outlets or magazines.
Adam also conducts his “Partners for Peace” interviews with pioneers in the Yoga, meditation, and mindfulness communities, which you can listen to or read on this website in the “Interviews” section, was a speaker at the 2018 Mindfulness in Education Summit, founded the Kids Association for Mindfulness in Education (KAME), and founded and is hosting the 2019 international Mindful Kids Peace Summit.
The teen curriculum includes the Mindful Kids Peace Summit (a 5 day program for teens with subject matter experts & celebrities talking re: communication, diversity, inclusion, anti-bullying, kindness, mindfulness tools, positive psychology, social emotional learning, etc). Adam is a teenager now, so it only makes sense that Wuf Shanti has developed a teen curriculum (minus the 🐶).
Wuf Shanti has 7 books (6 fiction and 1 non-fiction), 100+ videos, and a mindful mobile app. You can see Wuf Shanti videos on local PBS stations in SFla, on the Children’s TV Network (the in-house TV station at children’s hospitals across the country and internationally), our YouTube Channel, and on the Wuf Shanti mobile app (on Apple and Android devices). Our curriculum focuses on mindfulness in early education, including Yoga, meditation, positive thinking, diversity, inclusion, gratitude, communication, peace, and kindness.
Our Wuf Shanti mascot tours schools and children’s hospitals to share these practices with the children. If you are affiliated with a school or hospital you would like for us to visit, please contact us at email@example.com.
During the most recent Mind & Life Institute Conference which focused on Mindfulness in Early Learning, the Dalai Lama said that “we must scale up” and teach these important tools during early learning years if we really want to stop the violence and make a positive impact on the world for the next generation. Please join us in our mission to heal this planet and make it a better place for our kids.
To learn more about us: http://wufshanti.com/2017/07/learning-wuf-shanti/