Join our free Community Mindfulness Practice

Are you interested in practicing mindfulness with like-minded educators and peers? Every month, we share this space for support, community connection, and shared humanity.

Join us. We are in this work together.

Monthly LIVE Practice: Upcoming Schedule

Our Mindful Schools Monthly LIVE Practice is hosted on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:00pm–4:30pm PT / 7:00pm–7:30pm ET. Sign up above to receive Zoom call-in instructions.

Nov 3rd: Working with the Difficult; Savoring the Pleasant

Join the Mindful Schools faculty for a guided mindfulness practice and exploration of how to cultivate insight, agency, and equanimity when navigating through challenge and uncertainty. RSVP above.

Recordings of the Mindful Schools LIVE Practice

September 1, 2021: Embodiment

Listen to “Mindful Schools Community Practice” on Spreaker.

Let your whole, authentic self shine in your interactions with young people by tuning in and attending to your nervous system. In this session, we will share practices to help you connect with your inner potential and build connection in your classroom.

August 4, 2021: Back to School with Passion, Presence, and Purpose

Listen to “Back to School with Passion, Presence, and Purpose” on Spreaker.

As we prepare to return to back to school, gain inspiration, connection, and support through this discussion and guided practice. Find more Back to School resources here!

July 7, 2021: Savoring Summer

Listen to “Savoring Summer” on Spreaker.

Savoring Summer: Before our minds wander to planning the next school year, let’s cherish the special moments of summer and practice opening our hearts to joy.

June 2, 2021: Pride and Possibility

Listen to “Pride and Possibility” on Spreaker.

Pride Month helps us to see the possibility of a world where we can live into the fullness of our identities. While we each make choices about how we express ourselves, we can always return to our feeling of inner wholeness to support a sense of freedom. We hope you enjoy this special practice for our LGBTQIA+ Educators and Allies.

May 5, 2021: Collective Resilience

Listen to “Collective Resilience” on Spreaker.

For many of us, the pandemic has revealed our interdependence and desire for connection. In this community practice, we take time to cultivate our “Collective Resilience” and honor the dedication and service of educators as part of Teacher Appreciation Week. Mindfulness guide, April Frazier, also reads a compelling passage from Resmaa Menakem’s “My Grandmother’s Hands.”

April 7, 2021: Letting Go

Listen to “April 2021: Letting Go” on Spreaker.

The past year has had a profound impact on our lives. As we prepare to reopen our classrooms and emerge from quarantine, it marks another transition. While we might wish for things to just go back to normal, our reality is that our lives may never be quite the same. In this practice, we take a moment to acknowledge the flurry of changes and practice letting go.

March 3, 2021

Listen to “March 2021: Finding Ourselves Through Awareness” on Spreaker.

February 4, 2021

Listen to “February Community Practice” on Spreaker.

January 6, 2021

Listen to “January 2021: New Year Practice and Historic Day in the U.S.” on Spreaker.

December 2, 2020

Listen to “December 2020: Cultivating Gratitude Practice” on Spreaker.

November 4, 2020: Special Post-Election Community Event

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About Mindful Schools

Mindful Schools is one of the leading organizations in the movement to integrate mindfulness into the everyday learning environment of K-12 classrooms. We’ve trained over 60,000 educators, parents, and mental health professionals who work with youth. These graduates, spanning 100+ countries, have impacted the lives of over 3 million children worldwide. Join Mindful Schools in imagining the possibilities of a world where every young person has access to the gift of mindfulness.

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