We are honored to be included in Yoga Digest's article, "Favorite Things to do During the Stay Home Movement!" We love our mindful doggie character, and are so grateful that kids love Wuf Shanti too!
Kids can now watch Wuf Shanti mindful videos on multiple channels! We are honored to help kids with stress reduction through our adorable dog character!
Wuf Shanti named in Common Sense Media's Best of Article: "Help Your Family De-Stress During Coronavirus Uncertainty." The Mindful Wuf Shanti App is Free for Download.
The Wake Up Schools organization hosts the World Happiness Festival, and teen Adam Avin was invited to speak about mindfulness education and the affect on our mental and emotional health.
Adam Avin, teen mental health education advocate, discusses ways for teens to remain healthy, kind, and calm during the stress that they are facing in regards to the coronavirus.
Amazing kids, who are fans of Wuf Shanti, decided to create a mindful playground with a peaceful place for other kids to feel calm and happy.
Mental health education youth advocate, Adam Avin, interviews another youth advocate Emanuelle Sippy, about self-awareness and self-compassion among teens.
Mental health education advocate, Adam Avin, interviews Steve Ronik of Henderson Behavioral Health about mental health conditions, suicide prevention, substance abuse and addiction, how to cope, and the importance of early intervention and erasing the stigma.
Mental health education advocate, Adam Avin, interviews trafficking expert, Marnie Grundman, about the statistics and signs of missing and trafficked children, and how to help them.
Mental health education youth advocate, Adam Avin, interviews Yoga International CEO, Todd Wolfenberg, about the importance of movement in mental health.