Mindfulness in Schools
Teacher Trainings

Mindfulness in Schools

Training Overview

The Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu in their The Book of Joy say that teaching children how to cultivate deep attention is the most important task we can take on at this time. The “Mindfulness In Schools” program at Pavones Yoga Center for Mindfulness is devoted to that idea. This 50-hour course is designed for elementary, middle, and high school teachers who are interested in bringing mindfulness and yoga techniques into their classrooms.

This program is open to anyone. No yoga experience is required to attend.

Dates

June 22 - 28, 2018

The program begins with dinner on the evening of the 22nd of June and ends with dinner by 7 PM on the 27th. Plan to depart from PYC no later than 10 AM on the 28th.

Instructors

Indira Kate Kalmbach

Directed by Indira Kate Kalmbach

Founder, Director of Yoga Teacher Trainings, E-RYT 500

Program Highlights

  • What is mindfulness? Why is it important to teach children about mindfulness?
  • Yoga history and philosophy and how to gear it toward children
  • Yoga poses for children
  • The sympathetic and parasympathetic response: the importance of relaxation to health across populations
  • Self-regulation from a neurobiological standpoint: children and adult practices
  • Yoga poses and sequences to release physical and emotional energy
  • Gearing mindfulness to kids: techniques for teaching children about attention
  • Incorporating meditation/awareness techniques into the classroom
  • The Eight Limbs of Yoga For Kids: how to discuss the ethics of nonviolence, truthfulness, not stealing, living simply, and cultivating discipline with children

Tuition & Registration

Program Cost: $1,400 USD*

*Cost includes all expenses: shared (two per room) onsite lodging, all meals, all program costs.
Room upgrade options available on the registration form.

Mindfulness in Schools

$1,400 June 22 - 28, 2018
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