In this 45-minute interactive session, high school students will learn about the neuroscience of stress and engage in strategies to help address its impact on the mind and body.
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!
In this special session highlighting Mental Health Awareness Month, meet an incredible group of CA & NJ high school student leaders who are focused on supporting mental health through service to others. Our panelists are students from Kearny High School in San Diego, CA, & NuYu Club leaders from West Windsor-Plainsboro High School, NJ. These leaders are focusing on mindfulness & wellness strategies to promote the importance of mental health.
This experiential session Mindful Speech and Action will focus on the difference between mindful and non-mindful speech and action. This will be primarily for youth, grades: 6th-12th.
In this 30-minute interactive session, we will share the neuroscience of stress and its impact on the body. You will learn simple strategies to alleviate stress through breath, movement & rest.
This session will articulate the difference between “responding” and “reacting” to a situation through the four steps of STOP. The target audience is educators and youth grades 6-12.
This experiential session Body, Breath and Mind, Part 2: Taking in the Good will increase understanding that, Taking in the Good, can be used to commit positive experiences to long-term memory. This will be primarily for Youth, grades: 6th-12th.
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.
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.