Yoga and Mindfulness in the Elementary Classroom

Yoga and Mindfulness in the Elementary Classroom

There is not a single elementary teacher that feels they have enough time in the day to comfortably add more. I completely understand that feeling. There is pressure to cram a lot in, testing scores on the line, often behavioral challenges as well as special needs to give attention to, continuing education, initiatives that must be incorporated into the school day.

Yoga Pose for Kids - Seated Spinal Twist

Yoga Pose for Kids - Seated Spinal Twist

When we sit up tall, we can feel our belly muscles helping hold us up. Pay attention as you try this pose. Sit up tall and make your belly very strong. As you twist, move slowly and gently. Find the place where you feel strong and a little bit challenged. Then take a few breaths and feel your strength holding you. You are so strong!

Autumn Mindfulness Hunt

Autumn Mindfulness Hunt

Autumn is a great time for nature walks. There’s so much to see, feel and hear – the crisp air, leaves changing colors, the earthy smells. It’s easy to get distracted and lost in your thoughts on a nature walk, so sometimes we need to bring intention to our walks. Intention to stay mindful and present in the moment. We can also find ways to connect nature to our mindfulness walks.

How to Integrate Yoga and Mindfulness into the School Day | A Blog Series for Educators - Part 1 for Early Childhood Educators

How to Integrate Yoga and Mindfulness into the School Day | A Blog Series for Educators - Part 1 for Early Childhood Educators

How to Integrate Yoga and Mindfulness into the School Day

A Blog Series for Educators - Part 1

Infuse Circle Time with Movement, Breath, and Attention Practices!

When used regularly, children can access the benefits of yoga and mindfulness. Circle time is a perfect time for just that.

Back To School Mindfully

Back To School Mindfully

A (Free) Mindfulness Offer to Teachers, Parents, and Students

Whether you are a teacher, parent, or student, you know there is a major shift that occurs when summer turns to fall. It can feel thrilling to know that we will all be back in a routine. It can also evoke feelings of anxiety and ‘how will I ever figure this out?’

Let’s be proactive and establish the habits we need to feel at ease, successful, and ready for what the new academic year has in store for us.