While we celebrate Valentine's Day, extending kindness to *ourselves* is a basic and powerful expression of mindfulness that can support our well-being. Listen to this 15 minute talk and guided practice.
Why is it so hard to start (and stick to) a regular meditation practice? Mindfulness Teacher Erin Woo shares some helpful tips on how to get out of your head and onto your cushion.
When we find the time to sit quietly, our attention is often scattered–and that's ok. This guided mindfulness practice brings us Back to the Basics, so we can refresh our practice in the New Year with openness and non-judgement.
Is the act of giving the same as practicing generosity? And do they make the same impact on our inner-lives? Explore the science and different ways we can define and cultivate generosity–in our own lives and with youth.
Though we often associate communication skills with handling conflict, mindful communication is about so much more. Try these tips and a guided meditation, and explore how to deepen your friendships and strengthen connections.
Some of the moments we suffer most are self-inflicted moments of self-judgment. Explore how to navigate your way through past traumas and negativity bias with compassion and kindness.
Difficult conversations are a part of life. Having good communication skills means having the tools, strength, and confidence to navigate these moments.
These four principles build our primary relationship with students, strengthen healthy classroom culture, and support learning-readiness.
One of the most valuable gifts we can give our kids is the experience of being seen. Our ability to be present in relationship and communication is key.