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Handbook of Mindfulness in Education

I’m please to announce that the Handbook of Mindfulness in Education has been published! This important resource includes chapters by leaders, movers, and shakers in the Mindfulness Education movement, including well-known authors such as Dan Siegel, Patricia Jennings, and Susan Kaiser-Greenland. The Handbook of Mindfulness Education was edited by Kimberly Schonert-Reichl and Rob Roeser, experts on […]

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Yoga and Mindfulness Professional Development Workshops for Educators and Schools

Best Practices for Yoga in Schools

A wonderful new resource for people wanting to share yoga in schools has been published: Best Practices for Yoga in Schools edited by Traci Childress and Jennifer Cohen Harper of Little Flower Yoga.  27 leaders in field of Yoga in School (both practice and research) came together to offer best practices on: Curriculum Staffing and Training Safety, […]


Yoga and Mindfulness Tools for School Workshop: November 14

Join me for my upcoming workshop for educators that offers insights on integrating yoga and mindfulness practices into school settings (preschool, elementary school, and high school). You’ll also learn some self-care practices to allow you to be the best you can be and avoid burnout. Yoga and Mindfulness Tools for School Workshop with Jacqueline Maloney […]

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Kids’ Yoga for Adults – A Profound Practice for Healing and Growth

The next 95-hour Kids’ Yoga Teacher Training is right around the corner (June 25 – July 9, 2015) and I am SO excited. I told a friend of mine the other day that this training is like my Disneyland – two solid weeks of joy-filled inspirational play, stories, songs, artwork, dance, and yoga adventures in […]


Are Yoga and Mindfulness Practices Really Beneficial for Youth?

I have had the amazing fortune to bring yoga and mindfulness practices to hundreds of young people; to witness the joy and peace that they experience when practicing children’s yoga; to hear their feedback that yoga helps them feel in control, calm, and relaxed; to hear countless stories from teachers how yoga has helped their students become […]

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The ABCs of Teaching Yoga

The ABCs of Teaching Yoga: Autonomy, Belonging, and Competence* Research based on Ryan and Deci’s self-determination theory indicates that when people experience a sense of autonomy, belonging (relatedness), and competence, they feel self-motivated. Incorporating the ABCs into classes may help students become more engaged in what they are doing, foster their psychological well-being, and increase […]