Mindfulness is learning to live in the moment. With the craziness of our world, this skill can be so helpful for so many. Whether you are a student, a parent, a teacher, you can benefit from mindfulness practices.
I have been using mindfulness practices in my classroom for years. My students have found the exercises to be extremely helpful. Mindfulness practices can help with focus, anxiety, overall mood, and so much more.
If you are a teacher and are interested in learning more about how to incorporate mindfulness into your classroom, contact me to find out about Professional Development and workshops.
As a member of the Niagara University Center for Mindful Practice advisory board, we are always offering workshops for students, teachers, parents and other professionals. Check out our website for more information.
Are you interested in learning more about how to create a mindful and relaxed classroom environment? Contact me to do professional development with teacher groups or schools. Learn how to incorporate mindfulness strategies into a virtual or in person classroom.
Do you have a child who suffers from anxiety? In a world of uncertainty, our kids are suffering more and more. Mindfulness classes are meant to teach kids (and adults) how to live in the moment and deal with the stressors of life. Mindfulness class schedules coming soon! Book classes for small groups as well!
I am pleased to be on the advisory board for the Center for Mindful Practice at Niagara University. It is our goal to provide the community with mindfulness learning opportunities and an annual Mindfulness and QiGong Convention.