The Salt Lake Tribune wrote:

Soft sunlight fills the classroom as a mood rarely seen among middle-school students slowly settles in:

Quiet. Calm. Reflective.

Their teacher leads them into part of a new homeroom routine this semester. Bouncy rows of kids fall silent as all relax and start to notice their breathing.

A gentle female voice guides them to invite ease and stillness into their minds and bodies, using a meditation-derived teaching tool called mindfulness that is gaining footholds in Utah classrooms.

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