Mindfulness Educator/Intervention Specialist
Long Beach CA USAhome
About My Work
- After School
- Education / Classroom Program
Amy specializes in teaching mindfulness practice to public school students who have been impacted by historical racial trauma, as well as trauma related to issues of poverty and migration. She teaches mindfulness with youth one on one, in small groups, and in traditional classrooms groupings. Amy also has some experience bringing mindfulness practice into prisons.
Amy Love has been a dedicated public school educator for over 25 years. During her years
of service, Amy has been a classroom teacher, intervention specialist, peer coach,
professional development specialist, and curriculum writer. In addition to practicing
mindfulness with students and teachers in public schools, Amy has experience teaching
mindfulness in a variety of other settings such as prisons and community outreach programs.
Amy is a graduate of Mindful School’s Mindful Teacher Certification Program as well as
Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society’s Community Insight Meditation Facilitator
training. Amy is on faculty as a guiding teacher with Mindful Schools as well as a consultant
for Mindful School’s Inclusion and Diversity Action Team. In Los Angeles, she currently helps to
facilitate a weekly People of Color Sit as well as a monthly Women of Color Mindfulness
Circle. Amy is also a visiting teacher at Insight LA where she co-teaches the course “A Year
to Live” and is a mentor with iBme (Inward Bound Mindfulness Education). Amy has extensive
experience offering mindfulness consulting services that include school and district wide
trainings for teachers and administrators, site level coaching and in class direct services. She
is particularly interested in bringing mindfulness practices to communities who have been
impacted by historical racial trauma, and suffering related to issues of poverty and migration.