Why Choose Mindfulness?

Did you know…

  • 50% of educators leave the profession within 5 years due to burnout?*
  • Toxic stress directly impacts student aptitude and attention span?
  • The #1 challenge for teachers and students is stress and anxiety?

* Reference: Larrivee, B. (2012). Cultivating Teacher Renewal. United Kingdom: Rowman & Littlefield Education.

Teaching is a tough job.

With large class sizes, the variety of student needs and personalities (not to mention, mountains of work) finding time to add a practice that reduces anxiety can feel challenging.

But, maybe it doesn’t feel challenging
Possibly, you feel something else.

Let’s get curious…

Do any of these images resonate with you?






What emotions are you feeling right now?

Apprehensive? Hopeful? Anxious? Optimistic?

Noticing your feelings and identifying your emotions is an important aspect of mindfulness.

If we pay attention to what we are feeling and how our body responds to that emotion, we'll be able to make better choices about what we want to say or do next.

Better choices are all about self-care.

What do you hope to take away from this experience? We invite you to give yourself permission to engage in self-care.

How can you engage in self-care?

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