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Read or listen to our guided mindfulness and meditation practices designed for ADHD.

Expanding View

Ever feel limited in your view or stuck in a narrow mindset? Expanding View helps you direct your focus and open your mind. Well, it might open your mind – to new ideas, different perspectives or unknown possibilities. You get to stare at one thing, one object. Then, practice opening your focus, expanding your vision, changing your view.
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Tick Tock

Tick Tock

When you find yourself needing or wanting to settle, it is helpful to have tools to try: tools that your mind and body are familiar with and can help you shift. Tick Tock is a private practice including movement, with a connection to a time-honored strategy of rocking yourself to sleep…
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Waves of Breath

Waves of Breath

Focusing your attention on the subtleties in life can strengthen that attention – your attention. Imagery and visualizations are tools for attention training. Try working with waves on the ocean and waves of your breath. This Waves of Breath practice will strengthen your ability to direct your focus on both breath…
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1-minute Do Nothing

1-Minute Do Nothing

Doing nothing on purpose can help calm the ADHD mind, develop tolerance for boredom, and enhance focus. Do absolutely nothing for this 1-minute Mindful Minute.
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Mindful Minute 1-Minute STOP

1-Minute STOP

Take a Mindful Minute. Listen to our guided 1-Minute STOP Practice to help you pay attention to right now and move forward in a mindful manner. Then, try it on your own during regular activities as a mindfulness check-in.
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Hourglass Practice

Hourglass Practice

Thoughts can swirl and emotions can stir. It’s totally normal to feel unsettled sometimes or even often-times. Hourglass Practice gives you a tool to use when your mind is stirred up and you want or need to settle your thoughts and your feelings. Practicing settling ahead of time prepares you to settle in real-time.
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Power On, Power Off

Power On, Power Off

Regulating and possibly releasing extra energy can be especially helpful if you have ADHD. Power On, Power Off is an energetic practice that you can use when you need to settle - both mind and body..
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Yawn Practice

Yawn Practice

Sometimes simple, everyday activities can go unappreciated. But yawning will have its day. It can be a practice of both awakening and activating as well as calming and settling your nervous system. Need a reset, a personal reboot? Try this, intentionally yawn. Make it a practice and notice the outcome. For you…
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Mindful Minute 1-Minute Body Scan

1-Minute Body Scan

Practice this guided 1-Minute Body Scan to help you gain focus and bring your attention to the present moment. Then, try it on your own during regular activities as a mindfulness check-in.
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Elevator Practice

Elevator Practice

Busy minds and bodies can match busy places and times. And then there are places and times that call for calmer minds and calmer bodies. Our bodies are so connected to our minds that they can help each other settle, with Elevator Practice.
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kind wishes

Kind Wishes

Check in on your breath, your body and your thoughts. Really check in. Active, tense, soft, distracted, closed, or calm? Just notice. Wonder where Kind Wishes practice is going? You’ll know by the end, when you check in again.
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3-minute do nothing

3-Minute Do Nothing

Can you believe it? A 3-minute Do Nothing practice! Doing nothing on purpose can help calm the ADHD mind, develop tolerance for boredom, and can increase clarity and focus. Give yourself permission, make it a practice to do nothing, for three, solid minutes.
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