• The World Health Organisation predicts that within 20 years more people will be affected by depression than any other health problem.
  • A World Health Organisation report found the depression epidemic is the “predominant illness and disability for both boys and girls aged 10 to 19 years.” 
  • A quarter of young Australians say they are unhappy with their lives.
  • 26.4% of Australians aged 16 to 24 currently have experienced a mental health disorder in the last 12 months.
  • Suicide is the biggest killer of young Australians and accounts for the deaths of more young people than car accidents.
  • Evidence suggests three in four adult mental health conditions emerge by age 24 and half by age 14.
  • Young people are most concerned about coping with stress, school or study problems and body image. 


  • Reduce stresses, worries and anxieties that can cripple energy, motivation, passion, healthand happiness.
  • Refresh, revitalise and re-focus.
  • Remove procrastination whilst teaching students the powers of concentration, meditation, awareness and relaxation which have tremendous long-term benefits like increased motivation, more focus, better health, less stress related illnesses and greater satisfaction. 
  • Keep on improving, growing and developing. 
  • Create freshness, excitement, new challenges, points of difference, a change from student's current worries and a chance to re-direct their energy, focus and concentration.
  • Re-ignite student's brains and get the chemicals flowing again in order to dive into their current life with greater clarity and purpose.
  • A happier, healthier, less stressed and more motivated student.
  • Relevant and actionable data so you know exactly what needs to be done for the health and happiness of your students.
  • Teaches young students to think for themselves breeding independence and accountability.
  • Boosts motivation, a sense of ownership and belonging.
  • When you can harness greater gratitude you are more likely to be more inspired and motivated, less weighed down by fears of the future or regrets of the past, which can manifest into negative attitudes, reduced focus and limited results and achievement.
  • A more present and alive student means better outcomes and more opportunities.
  • Less day-dreaming, more focus and concentration means you give your students more access to enjoyment in all areas of their lives.
  • Doing a good deed can lead students to finding greater meaning and purpose, greater motivation, improved satisfaction and foster a more positive and vibrant relationship with everyone around them.
  • Creates a more confident individual which can counter the dangerous effects of body image so prevalent in young people. 
  • Easier to cope with school and study problems. 
  • Creates an open platform for communication, discussion and sharing. 
  • Prepares young people with the tools for life. 


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