Mindful Schools collaborates with the community to create schools that encourage greater awareness, the ability to focus attention, and action based on empathy, kindness and compassion. Together, we are preparing a new generation of students to lead an awake and thriving world!
“When I do mindfulness, I feel calm and I have confidence.” – 4th Grader. Together, let's create Mindful Schools to build empathy, resilience, and confidence in kids, and impact whole school communities! Listen to what students have to say about mindfulness.
In the eyes of a 2nd grader, learn why mindfulness is good for your body. Ahmed's school is one of five San Francisco Bay Area schools we're working with to pilot the integration of mindfulness practices into daily school activities. Learn how you can support our work!
Learn how mindfulness supports Joseph in his classroom and join us in creating “mindful schools” that will prepare a generation of students to lead a compassionate, awake, and thriving world!
Ella Mei's school is one of five SF Bay Area schools we're working with to pilot the integration of mindfulness practices into daily school activities. In the eyes of a 5th grader, what the world would be like if everyone practiced mindfulness?
Follow the journey of four teens experiencing depression and suicidal ideation. Mindfulness helped them find self-compassion in the present moment.
This is the story of Christine and Jill – two Mindful Schools Certified Mindfulness Instructors. Watch how the Mindful Teacher program changed their lives.
This film captures the real challenges American children face in schools and on the streets. Their dedicated teachers find ways to teach from the heart.
In a mindful seeing activity, children respond, "I see a dragon. I see a unicorn." This preschool weaves playful mindfulness practices throughout the day.
Through the eyes of one first grader, watch how mindfulness lessons give the students at Girls Prep Bronx Elementary a chance to gain self-understanding.
Over the course of the year, high school students learn to slow down, let go, and find peace through daily mindfulness exercises.
Students rarely slow down during the day. When they do, it allows them to turn inward and embrace themselves exactly as they are. This is Dylan's story.