JUNE 2023 Cohort – Intro to Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Living Mindfully for Educators

Protect your mental health with our new professional development course. You will learn the scientifically-proven tactics to strategically reduce stress, anxiety, and depression while boosting resilience, focus, and emotional regulation. Reclaim your classroom so that you can do what you are meant to do: teach.

June 1 – 30, 2023 complete six online self-paced lessons which support you in understanding and developing a personal mindfulness practice. Explore what mindfulness is and the science behind the effectiveness of mindfulness. Experience mindful practice through a series of videos, readings, reflections, and guided mindfulness practices.

One required ZOOM session, Wednesday, June 21, 2023 from 7 pm – 8 pm (alternate dates available upon request.), will foster conversations around mindful teaching, sharing the practice of mindfulness with your students and fellow educators, and how the practice supports a healthy classroom and a healthy school.

CEU’s are available at the completion of the course and a live ZOOM.

Please contact us directly for District or School Wide Sales Talk to our team

Wondering if this course is right for you? If you’re a dedicated K-12 classroom teacher, special educator, social worker, psychologist, or other education professional who is tired of struggling with overwhelming stress, a lack of resources, and constant threats of violence, then this is the battle plan you need. Our program uses mindfulness techniques that are specifically designed to help you overcome these challenges and make a real difference in the lives of your students.

Mind Body Align Scholarship Application. The purpose of the Scholarship program is to make the Introduction to Mindfulness course accessible to educators who may not have access otherwise.
  • Lesson 1: What is Mindfulness
  • Lesson 2: Neuroscience of Mindfulness
  • Lesson 3: What is your Why?
  • Lesson 4: Mindfulness and Trauma
  • Lesson 5: Designing your own practice
  • Lesson 6: Putting it all together