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Welcome back to school! Starting with cultivating mindfulness in yourself, here are 6 ideas for having a mindful classroom and school year.
As we gear up for back to school, we reflect on our practice and set intentions for a mindful school year with the Executive Director of Mindful Schools.
What is implicit bias and how can mindfulness help us to challenge it? Find resources and 5 mindful practices to help us notice and transform biases.
How to use mindfulness and awareness of physical sensations in the body to notice and manage pain. Learn 6 mindful skills you can integrate into your day.
With life, work, kids, and more vying for your attention, it’s helpful to embed mindful rituals throughout the day to come back to the moment.
Welcome to week 3 of Mindful Summer! This week we're exploring simple ways to practice self-care through radical joy with Amy Love.
Being a teenager can be tough, so Kyla developed a Mindful Creative Writing course – it changed their classroom and their whole school.