Spring is the perfect time to declutter the mind and gain inspiration for the rest of the school year!
Beginning Earth Day, Mindful Schools is hosting Mindful Spring, a free 5-day online practice series from April 22 to April 26 to inspire you to bring mindfulness into your daily life.
No matter what your experience with mindfulness, we invite you to join us to start or refresh your practice. To participate, join our free online community for mindful educators and parents!
Who Is This For?
Mindful Spring is ideal for educators and parents who are curious about mindfulness and want to explore how to integrate it into their personal lives and work with young people.
Or maybe you’ve taken a Mindful Schools course and need a little inspiration or nudge to establish a regular practice. This can help you mindfully reset and take on the rest of the school year.
What You’ll Get in Mindful Spring
Our goal with Mindful Spring is to provide 5 days of inspiration for you to start and maintain a regular mindfulness practice. Here’s what you can expect once we get started:
Daily Practice. Each day you’ll receive an email with a guided audio mindfulness practice. You can listen on your commute or during a break in your day.
Daily Tip. Each practice will offer a suggestion on how you can carry the daily practice throughout the day. Try to return to this practice and notice what it feels like to practice mindfulness in this way.
Connect. If you want more, join a discussion with our community of like-minded peers. Swap stories, experiences, and ideas around the practice of the day.
About Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools is a nonprofit organization that empowers today’s educators to create healthy, thriving schools. We’ve trained over 50,000 teachers and education professionals from more than 100 countries who are dedicated to revolutionizing today’s learning environments with mindfulness.
Our research-backed training empowers educators–teachers, counselors, principals, parents–with resources, strategies, and support to develop a mindfulness practice. They are able to cultivate key qualities such as self-awareness, emotional resilience, and compassion, and then share the practice and benefits with their students.