Dear Natural Health Colleague,

You spend a lot of time looking after others. But how does stress show up in your life?

  • Does it come as a struggle to find a sense of balance?  Or the sensation that you are always putting your happiness on hold?
  • Does stress show up sense of being held back from your full potential?
  • Or does it feel hard to get through to the end of the day? Like your important tasks or conversations are a battle?

We know exactly where you are coming from. In fact, if there’s anything we know a think or two about, it’s stress.

Since 1994 our organisation has been working to train mainstream and complementary health professionals to help reduce the devastating effect of stress on a baby’s developing brain.

And in doing so, we have supported thousands of people doing the most stressful jobs in the world: in child abuse services, trauma centres, war zones, burns units, and many other places most people never see. Even though working in some of the most challenging places, life doesn’t stop: we all still have families to raise, bills to be paid, repairs to be organised, and life to be lived!

By far most popular support we’ve ever provided to our people to help them cope with stress, stay focused, and feel in control is mindfulness education.

And now we are able to make this self-care resource available for FREE to members of our organisation!!

Because we have such a great relationship with IICT, and we know the difference you make in the lives of others, we’ve organised an easy way for you to access this resource.  

This offer is EXCLUSIVE to members of IICT, and expires at midnight, Sunday 22 Jan 2017 (or earlier if we run out).

The general public tends to see stress as something that belongs only to certain types of people. However, as someone who supports people’s health every day, you know that isn’t true. Our everyday experiences: owning a small business, running a household, providing for a family, going through relationship changes, and caring for others are all recognised as major sources of stress. And even though you might do some of these things by choice, don’t you wish you could get through it all with greater joy and contentment?

You have good reason to want this. Long-term, low-grade chronic stress is known to be a risk factor for heart disease, insomnia, headaches, weight gain, premature ageing and some gut problems. Get your stress under control, and improve your ability to think clearly, to care for others, to manage day-to-day problems and to follow your dreams.

This online program is PERFECT for anyone who wants to reduce stress and worry in their life, has very little time to themselves, and wants to gain a greater sense of calm and balance.

Have you heard of mindfulness before, but not known where to start…or found it difficult to stick with it? Or seen those stress management programs that require lots of money (a BIG RED FLAG)? Perhaps you’ve advised clients to look into mindfulness meditation, but haven’t yet had the chance to try it for yourself?  We’ve found a program that is easy, private and fits in with the busy lifestyle of our members.

Our people have loved using this program and we want to get those benefits to YOU too. It’s never been easier to learn some of the skills for managing stress right from your mobile phone or computer.

Learning how to manage stress and calm your mind could be one of the most empowering things you’ve EVER done in your life. We provide our members with a subscription to a UK-based program called Headspace (not related to the Australian govt. Headspace service!)…this is our preferred method for stress management. All members receive a FULL, FREE, 12-month online subscription to hundreds of hours of Headspace programs.

With your FREE Headspace subscription you get UNLIMITED ACCESS to hundreds of hours of guided activities to help manage stress, conflict and emotion. Today, it is easier than EVER to get your stress under control and your mind working WITH you to bring balance and calm to your life!!!

Headspace is a step-by-step program, starting with a 10-minute a day foundation program. Once you have the basics under your belt you can branch out. Use different packs in the program to apply the techniques in different areas of life.

Your online programs can be accessed INSTANTLY! This is a “learn at your own pace” program and you are in the driver’s seat.

Mindfulness is making a real difference and bringing real results to so many people:

Sydney Morning Herald, 21/11/16

…mindfulness training courses are becoming the norm in huge corporations in big cities around the world. Companies are finding it reduces stress and absenteeism, increases productivity, develops better leaders, and generates more creative workplaces. It also enhances cognitive thinking skills and triggers more imaginative solutions.

Richard Feloni, Business Insider, 21/08/2016

Ever since I decided to try out the Headspace [mindfulness program] after hearing about it on Tim Ferriss’ podcast…I’ve been much calmer and more collected in times of stress. I’ve dealt with…anxiety since I was 11 years old, so that’s an accomplishment. Headspace isn’t a hippy-dippy placebo; it’s a straightforward teacher that helps you learn the basics of breathing and visualisation associated with secular meditation.

Dr. Hedy Kober, Neuroscientist, Yale University, TEDx Presenter

[Mindfulness meditation] did to my mind what going to the gym did to my body — it made it both stronger and more flexible. I started meditating to deal with a break up, but found it helped handle stress and unpleasant feelings in all areas of life.

University of California, LA, 5/2/15

A 2015 study from UCLA compared people who had practices mindfulness meditation with those who didn’t. Researchers found that those who practiced mindfulness meditation showed a lower frequency of loss of grey matter from the brain as they aged.

 Tom Daley, British Olympian, 26/07/16

I massively recommend Headspace. Lots of the English Institute of Sport guys are actually using it. It’s helped me…mainly focusing on my breathing, being completely in the moment and not getting ahead of myself. Not focusing on things that have been and gone… Every morning I do 10 minutes of mindfulness where I do meditation and I use that in competition and every day life. I’m getting better and better in being able to zone in on what I need to focus on. I started at the beginning of this year and I’ve done it every day since…I feel like that’s one of the reasons why this year I’ve been the most consistent that I’ve been in competition.

Anna Maxted, The Times, 26/07/2016

Admittedly, I had low expectations of Headspace for Kids – a..feature of the adult program used by 7.5 million people, including Emma Watson and Gwyneth Paltrow. Not me, though. We’re not that kind of family: we’re sporty and rarely sit still. Meditation isn’t part of our vocabulary.

Yet my boys do feel anxious from time-to-time and my attempts to relax them often fail. So, I reason, we might as well give this wafty self-help business a go. I’m astonished at their enthused response. We inhale and exhale, scanning our bodies and considering how tense each part feels. During the first bite-sized breathing exercise, Conrad fidgets but afterwards declares he’s ‘floppy and relaxed.’ Conrad prefers meditating outside, ‘so when you breathe in, you get fresh air.’

…its other positive effects are instant: one calm session invites kids to consider what mood they’re in, and access their feelings. Caspar tearfully details his concern about a classmate who he thinks is lonely. We agree to invite her over.

…Meanwhile, the sleep sessions are a revelation. As we lie on the kids’ carpet, listening to him exhorting us to relax our legs, feet, toes… my sons fall uncharacteristically silent. Conrad yawns, ‘I can’t move.’ Caspar murmurs, ‘It’s like my bones have been glued.’ Minutes later he’s asleep. The following day, Caspar scrawls in my notebook: ‘It makes you forget everything bad you’re thinking about, and relaxes everyone.’

I realise we’ve stumbled upon a life-changing habit. Forget Pokemon Go – Headspace is the app your kids really need you to download this summer.

12-month subscription to Headspace = $130 FREE for members


To give away as many subscriptions as we possibly can, Members of IICT can join Baby in Mind for as a Community Supporter for a HEAVILY DISCOUNTED TOKEN AMOUNT

Join today and let’s get you some Headspace!!!


1  – Join Baby in Mind as a Community Supporter. Use the form below and enter the code IICT when registering to get a 30%+ discount and pay only a token membership fee.
2 – Once signed up, log in to our website, and fill in the request form here.
3 – We will email you a UNIQUE, SPECIAL ACCESS CODE with instructions on how to access your FREE Headspace subscription immediately. (if you don’t get the email, check your spam folder).

Membership to Baby in Mind includes your a unique access code to get an ACCESS-ALL-AREAS 12-month subscription to the full Headspace program, with hundreds of hours of guided mindfulness activities to help you find more balance and less stress. Access this INSTANTLY from your computer or mobile device (value $130  – for FREE) whenever and wherever it suits you.

We only have a limited number to give away. Once they are gone, we will remove this page and the offer will no longer be available. We have already given away over 32% 58% of available subscriptions and they are moving FAST. 

Community Supporter - Normally $29 Per Year
Your contribution helps us prevent child abuse, neglect and trauma in 2 more families
You get a FREE 12-month subscription to online Mindfulness program Headspace (value $130)
Discounted Virgin Australia Airline flights and eligible holiday packages
Discounted shopping
Discounted business services

Offer for IICT members expires midnight, 22 Jan 2017 (or earlier if stocks run out)

Keen to know more? Here are three quick videos which give an insight into the Headspace mindfulness program:

Andy Puddicome, the founder of Headspace, explains why all it takes is 10 mindful minutes in this TED Talk.

Mindfulness is for parents too, helping to find balance during one the most intense experiences of life.

Subscribe to get unlimited access to dozens of 30-day mindfulness packs. Here’s how it supports your mind.

Community Supporter - Normally $29 Per Year
Your contribution helps us prevent child abuse, neglect and trauma in 2 more families
You get a FREE 12-month subscription to online Mindfulness program Headspace (value $130)
Discounted Virgin Australia Airline flights and eligible holiday packages
Discounted shopping
Discounted business services

Offer for IICT members expires midnight, 22 Jan 2017 (or earlier if stocks run out)

Note: this product is a membership to registered Australian Children’s Charity,  Once you are a member you can access a free subscription to online mindfulness education courses, run by an external partner organisation, Headspace and which is subscribed to by over 5 million people worldwide. Please be aware that memberships are non-refundable if you simply change your mind. Membership fees in this offer are a token amount, but still form the backbone of our organisation and your contribution is allocated to actual programs and services once you have joined.

The Headspace program is provided by a private UK-based company, and has no relationship whatsoever to the Australian government service of the same name.

Currency: All amounts on this page are stated in Australian dollars. Please note that subscriptions to Headspace are usually charged in $US – but we have converted the amount to Australian dollars on this page for your comparison. Therefore the value of a 12-month Headspace subscription is given in $Au, based on current currency conversion rates (Dec 2016). If calculating amounts in $US, the value of the Headspace Subscription is $95.88, and the cost of membership to Baby in Mind equivalent to US$21.60. These amounts may fluctuate.

Legal disclaimer: We have made every effort to represent this promotion and its potential accurately. We do not make any claim that this product or any mindfulness-based techniques can cure any sort of mental or physical illness. The program is for stress management purposes only, and not a substitute for treatment by a licenced, registered medical professional. If you have a mental illness we recommend you speak to your health care provider before using any mindfulness program. We do not claim, and cannot guarantee that any individual will experience specific benefits: the types of benefits experienced will vary between individuals and will be influenced by their personal circumstances and characteristics, background, motivation and other factors. The Headspace program is provided by an external organisation, and  Baby in Mind has no control or accepts any responsibility or liability for activities conducted by other entities.