Mindfulness in the Classroom: A Professional Development Course for K-8 Teachers
Taught by Lilly DePino & Liz Jordan
October 26th and January 30th
9am-2pm each day
Cost: $125 (includes training on both 10/26 & 1/30)
Want to explore mindfulness in your classroom but don’t know where to start?
In this course, you will learn a series of mindfulness practices that can be integrated into daily classroom and/or school routines. These practices will support both teachers and students in building a calm and caring learning community.
We will discuss the current research behind mindfulness, yoga, and mindful-movement, consider the implications for today’s schools, and have ample time to practice techniques you can use in your classroom.
This course will take place over two days with time in between for you to explore mindfulness practices with your students and reflect on your experiences.
No experience in yoga or a mindfulness practice required.
Register Here (Space is limited so please register early)
Have questions? Interested in having an info session for your school’s faculty? Contact email@example.com or call (802) 387-0633
About Lilly DePino:
Lilly is a certified K-4 Academic Support teacher at Dummerston School. She has a Masters degree in Education and is currently pursuing a second Master’s degree in Mathematics education. Lilly is a certified Kid’s Yoga instructor through Little Flower Yoga and has also completed the Mindful Essentials and Mindful Educator Essentials courses through Mindful Schools. Lilly has been successfully integrating yoga and mindfulness practices into her student’s daily routines to promote a calm learning environment and to give students the skills they need to regulate their own behavior. She is an avid yoga student who practices daily how to listen, be patient, and be grateful both on the mat and in her daily life. When she is not at school or in the yoga studio she is happy to be anywhere her dog and husband might be found.
About Liz Jordan:
Liz is a certified Hatha Yoga teacher (RYT 200) and has been a student of yoga for over 20 years. She has studied Anusara and Ashaya Yoga, and completed her Anusara teacher training with Todd Norian and Ann Greene in 2011. Liz is an educator and has been teaching yoga, literacy, and outdoor skills to children and adults for over 15 years. Liz is a mom of two, and draws on her biography, passion for movement, and connection to the natural world as inspiration for teaching. Liz works to cultivate equal parts awareness, strength, and flexibility through classes that are alignment-based, playful, and heartfelt, and she gets really jazzed about the ways in which the yoga on our mats transfers to the yoga of our daily lives.