Are you planning for the full return to school and looking for ways to integrate a comprehensive approach to your SST (Student Success Team) process? Join the expert team from Stanford University who will share research, case study, and practical strategies to plan for a plan that fits your school systems from Tier I, II, & III. Participants will learn how mindfulness, stress reduction, Cue Centered Therapy, and B2L aligns with school-based MTSS models. This session is for 3 hours. Both Sessions are the same content.
This Well-Being Wednesday series will offer experiential mindfulness-based sessions designed to support the well-being of school-based personnel as they continue to provide essential services to our community each day.
From opening the body to stabilizing a pose, there are many ways the wall can be a great support for Mindful Movement. It allows for exploration and deepening of poses and the best part, everyone has a wall at home! Join us for a 3-part series to learn how to reset your body at the wall.
Join Gill for this series, which explains why a reset in the middle of your day improves concentration, mood, and focus. This session also offers simple strategies designed to offer a “pick-me-up” from your afternoon slump.
Dr. Mark Greenberg, Dorothy Morelli, Denine Parks-Goolsby, and Dr. Joseph Gerics
As educators, our lives have been forever changed. We have all experienced trauma in some form. As schools begin to make plans for reopening, it is imperative that we address the effect of this pandemic experience not only for our students, but also for the adults who work with them. This webinar will discuss ideas about how schools can begin to rebuild a sense of community including exploring adult social and emotional needs, collaborating on strategies to build caring connections with our students and colleagues.
Join our two award-winning mindful educators who have successfully implemented mindfulness and well-being into their school programs. Meet the educators who continually build student agency though their creativity and dedication. Learn how they have created virtual SEL sessions & mentored the team of NuYu!
Esta sesión, dirigida a enseñar estrategias de relajación a los niños, se presentará en Español.
This session will look at how stress depletes our energy levels. Participants will experience simple strategies to re-energize.
Esta sesión analizará cómo el estrés afecta nuestros cuerpos y le daremos estrategias para reducir sus efectos.
In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. Thirty minutes of interactive Breathe, Move, Rest strategies will be provided for your family.
Experimenta Descansos Cerebrales en familia. Treinta minutos de estrategias interactivas de respiración, movimiento y descanso en un entorno familiar.
This experiential session will allow participants to develop an understanding of mindfulness practice and its application to habitual thoughts. The target audience is educators and youth, grades 6-12.
Utilizando los Descansos Cerebrales para restablecer y mantener / modelar la propia autorregulación en momentos de estrés.
Join Justin Tuck, husband, father, 2x NFL Super Bowl champion, philanthropist, entrepreneur, children’s book author, VP Private Equity at Goldman Sachs & Pure Edge, Inc. board director for a live uplifting session, followed by a Q&A.
Esta sesión, dirigida a como gestionar la preocupación, estrés y ansiedad, se presentará en Español.
Participants will be guided through a series of movement designed to benefit the whole body.
In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. This session will focus on the interactive nature of Breathe, Move, Rest to enhance sleep.
This experiential session allows participants to have a working understanding of the breath-body connection and its relationship to technology. The target audience is educators and youth, grades 6-12.
Dr. Tish Jennings will share research, as well as practical strategies that educators can apply to their daily teaching lives.
This session will highlight how stress affects the body and provide simple strategies for reducing its effects.
In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. The first session focuses on “Time In.”
Kids and adults process stress differently. This session will introduce a variety of ways to help young children stay calm and happy.
Self-care is primary to caring for others. This session will cover utilizing Brain Breaks to reset, as well as maintain and model one’s own self-regulation during times of stress.