Tag: #yoga

Being Mindful Of What Is To Come

As a teacher, it feels like one school year ended and another is beginning with no real break in between. I don’t know about you, but it seems like at every turn someone is asking what school will look like in the fall? What… Continue Reading “Being Mindful Of What Is To Come”

Spreading Loving Kindness

Here we are in the last week of Virtual Learning. It does not feel at all like the end of the school year typically feels like. It all seems so strange. I remember writing a blog post so close the beginning of this experience… Continue Reading “Spreading Loving Kindness”

Virtual Mindfulness Room

Well, here we are at week 1000 of virtual teaching and learning. While that is a complete exaggeration, that is how I feel some days. Some days I really love it and others I loathe it. As a teachers, I miss my students. I… Continue Reading “Virtual Mindfulness Room”

“The Great RealiSation”

If you have been following my blog, you know that I have written a few posts about how I am hopeful that we will all learn something positive from this situation that we are in. While my 8 year old calls it a “crisis”,… Continue Reading ““The Great RealiSation””

Have you been taught how to Pay Attention??

Think back to your own childhood in school. Your teacher probably had a lot of requests for you and your classmates. “Please no talking when the teacher is talking!” “Please take a seat.” “Take out your homework”. “Please pay attention!” All of these requests… Continue Reading “Have you been taught how to Pay Attention??”

Pressing Pause and rethinking education

During this crisis, I have been playing a mix of teacher to my students, teacher to my own children and mother. I have had a need to increase how often I am doing my mindfulness and yoga practices! I have also found my mind… Continue Reading “Pressing Pause and rethinking education”

Mindfulness for Elementary Aged Children (and children at heart!)

I am lucky to not only have two teenagers in my home, but also a 3rd grader. For her, this quarantine feels very different than it does for her older brother and sister. I have to imagine that many young children are struggling in… Continue Reading “Mindfulness for Elementary Aged Children (and children at heart!)”