For Educators

We provide professional development and self-care strategies via adult Brain Breaks, trainings and webinars. We also offer ongoing support for our partner districts and organizations. Continuing ed unit opportunities available.

For Students

We provide a range of free classroom resources that include learner Brain Breaks, health & wellness curricula, and Virtual PE. Our mission is to promote social, emotional, and academic development for all learners.

Pure Community Past Webinars < back

15-Day Self-Care Challenge (“Series”)

DURATION: 30 mins

Originally Aired: MONDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 13-31 AT 9AM PDT / 12PM EDT

Gill McClean

DESCRIPTION:

Join Gill McClean as we launch our Pure Community 15-Day Self-Care Challenge! The first 50 participants who complete all 15 days of self-care will receive a copy of the book Permission to Feel by Dr. Marc Brackett. We don’t want you to forget about you! We will engage in 5 simple strategies every day to help us build habits in community: Breathe, Move, Rest, Journaling & Attitude of Gratitude.

Gill McClean

Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

Gill is Director of Professional Development. She trains educators across the country on self-care and integrating health and wellness best practices. She regularly presents at conferences to share best practices in managing stress.

Prior to moving to Houston, Gill lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Oman and The Netherlands in a variety of roles to learn the culture and make a difference. She managed the allocation of low cost government housing, working with the homeless, as well as, founded North East Scotland’s first dedicated yoga studio. During her overseas postings, Gill became a member of numerous Women’s Organizations supporting local charities. Her charitable efforts include fundraising for orphans in developing countries.

She holds a Higher National Certificate in Local Government Administration from Langside College, and also attended Shawlands Academy, in Glasgow, Scotland.

“I believe giving children the tools to deal with stress now will enhance their physical and mental well-being in the future.”