Making Meditation More ADHD-Friendly Workshop

What to Expect:

This workshop is not about quieting your mind. It’s about embracing the unique qualities of your brain and learning to make meditations more ADHD-friendly. Through a combination of educational content and hands-on practices, you will discover practical techniques to regulate your emotions, reduce ADHD symptoms, increase self-compassion, and foster a deeper connection with the present moment.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Understanding ADHD and Mindfulness
  • Mindful Breathing Techniques
  • Guided Meditation Sessions
  • Mindful Movement
  • Practical Tips to Incorporate Mindfulness into One’s Daily Life

Why participate in a meditation workshop?

  • Reduce ADHD symptoms for both adults and children, especially inattention
  • Improve emotional functioning greatly
  • Increase self-compassion
  • Improve the quality of life for adults
  • Reduce depression and anxiety symptoms for adults
  • Reduce ADHD parents’ stress level
  • Potentially improve executive functioning both in adults and children
  • Potentially improve general behavior

Who Should Attend:

This workshop is open to adult individuals of all ages who are navigating the challenges of ADHD. Whether you’re a beginner or have some experience with meditation, this workshop is designed to provide practical, accessible tools for everyone.

Ideal for ADHD community skill learning events, ADHD conferences, ADHD conventions, company events for empowering ADHD employees, ADHD Awareness Month, Mental Health Awareness


Ying Deng is a certified mindfulness teacher in training with the renowned meditation teachers Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program. Ying provided ADHD Coaching in English and Mandarin 普通话, as a certified transformation life coach, and has training in Positive Psychology. Before Ying even realized she had ADHD, she managed to somehow trick her brain into meditating every single day for 500+ days. Throughout that process, Ying discovered many useful techniques that could make meditation more accessible, enjoyable, and fun for ADHD brains.


Delivery: Online or In Person
Sessions formats: 60-Minute or 90-Minute
Learning styles: Educational, Practical, Mix of both
Group sizes: Less than 50 or up to 500

As Seen In:
ADHD Studio

Annual Conference on ADHD

ADHD Studio with Dusty Chipura

Meditation Techniques that Work for My ADHD Brain

Give them a try, they might work for you!

9-Minute Body Scan and Loving Kindness Meditation

6-Minute Shaking & Releasing Meditation

ADHD and Mindfulness Meditation (a podcast episode where I am the guest sharing my tips on how to make meditation more ADHD-friendly)