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Our Roots

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our work is rooted in the ancient arts and nature to bring wellbeing tools that strengthen our mind-body connection, breath-awareness, mindful movement and nature well as nurturing our heart-qualities like kindness, compassion and gratitude.

For children everywhere

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We believe wellbeing tools are for everyone and that children everywhere can develop healthy-habits that support their physical and mental wellbeing


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Pamila Shanti

Neelam River

Neelam and Pamila share a life-long passion for the ancient arts, nature and fostering wellbeing. They share a vision to create  beautiful resources for children all over our wonderful planet that help nurture wellbeing and connection with nature.

Pamila’s journey with mindful movement started nearly two decades ago with a yoga class. What began as a curious pursuit became a lifelong passion. Yoga, mindfulness, qigong and meditation have become her compass, guiding her toward inner-balance and calm.

Pamila truly believes in the power of these wellbeing tools to support overall balance and wellbeing and is passionate about empowering children, educators and parents to nurture healthy habits to bring calm moments into their own life and deepen a connection to nature from within. Pamila is a qualified teacher in Yoga, Yoga for Children, Mindfulness & Meditation, Yoga Nidra & Qigong. She also loves the art of shinrin-yoku (forest-bathing).

Neelam’s longstanding love of mindfulness as a core pillar of wellbeing began back in 2008 when she signed up for a yoga class after a fairly usual busy day in her London office. She quickly realised that she had found what she had been looking for, and so began a deep dive into the ancient sacred arts alongside her work in behaviour change. In becoming a parent she experienced first hand the transformative power of mindfulness practices in the moment, and now has a clear vision of how to help other ‘grown ups’ in their various roles such as parent or teacher, cultivate wellbeing for the children in their care and of course for themselves! Neelam is a Psychologist and qualified Children’s Yoga Teacher, and having now left city life behind is adventuring into exploring nature and its fundamental role in nurturing our wellbeing. 


We weave the practice of dana through our work; with a focus on community and an intention to positively impact children globally. Dana is the Sanskrit and Pali virtue of generosity, meaning to give with pure intention and transcends to qualities such as time, kindness or patience.

Dana -Cultivating Generosity

Our Shoots


We've done some really amazing and impactful collaboration projects over the years.
Visit our collaboration page to see more.


We donate a portion of our income to projects and charities that we believe are benefiting our communities and the planet. See below to see where we donated to:

Gratitude to our teachers

Gratitude to our teachers that have watered our seeds, nourished our practices and transformed our lives. Sending infinite gratitude and blessings.

"The very seeds that you plant and the very seeds you water are what will create the future." 
Jack Kornfield

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