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Self-Care. Amity. Growth. Equanimity.


Well-being workshops prioritize educator self-care. Stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout are realities educators and school communities face. Well-being workshops uplift the need for self-care and promote inclusiveness by acknowledging the interdependent relationship between student and educator wellness.

School Discipline for the Nervous System: Why Mindfulness & Self-Care Matter

An introductory workshop that establishes links between mindfulness, social-emotional competence, self-care, and teacher/student performance.

M.E. (Mindfulness and Empathy) for Educators 

Learn the exquisite practice of mindfulness and meditation and uncover the neuroscience behind the practice. Discover the positive impact it can make on your classroom. 

M.E. (Mindfulness and Empathy) for Parents

Learn how mindfulness can increase the bond between parent and child and uncover the neuroscience behind meditation practice.

Follow Your Breath: Self-Care at the Tip of Your Nose 

Learn to calm the nervous system in 3 mins or less. And, explore the science behind breath and stress relief, while practicing the art of diaphragmatic breathing, alternate nostril breathing, and mindful breathing.

Cup of Mindfulness & Meditation: (Video Call)

Get your week started right with 30 mins. of mindfulness wherever you are.



Race & Equity, Restorative Practice, Mindfulness, & Social Emotional Wellness

Understanding – and thus changing the ways we address race and equity and therefore how we treat one another – is not simply an external practice, but one that also requires deep interpersonal work. It is not enough to study racism, sexism, ableism et al. without studying and practicing transformation. Intersection Workshops examine and teach ways of transforming inwardly for 'outward' impact.

Roots and Branches: Mindful Restorative Practices that Raise Consciousness and Shift Awareness

Cultivate a contemplative lens and learn three key practices that shift, heal and uproot inequities specific to restorative justice implementation in schools.

Mine the Mind: Working with Implicit Bias (aka "The Wisdom of No Escape")

Evaluate and explore mindfulness as a foundational skill and practice neccessary to cultivating social-emotional competence, implementing restorative justice, and deepening equitable practices.