Mission Be, Mindful Education: Long Island Symposium and Retreat for K-12th Educators and Administrators
Educators and Administrators, Join us for a weekend of learning and relaxation.
The weekend will explore self-care and relaxation practice to help you feel calm and rejuvenated. Practice mindfulness with a group of like-minded peers, as we build a mindful community!
During this interactive weekend, the Mission Be team will also give you easy to use mindfulness techniques to bring back to your classroom to teach throughout the year!
Join us and create a more compassionate and thriving personal practice and be prepared to truly bring these embodied tools back to your classroom or school.
Saturday, March 14th, 2019, 9 am to 4 pm (with lunch 12-1)
Sunday, March 15th, 2019, 10 am to 3 pm (with lunch 12-1)
10 Hour Retreat Hour Total
Join the movement for healthier and happier teachers and students
The Mindful Educator Training will introduce participants to the simple-yet powerful practice of mindfulness that can improve both their personal well-being and that of their students. Over the course of the 10 hours, participants can expect to:
* Develop or Deepen Educator Self-Care Practice
The weekend experience is designed to help participants enhance their personal self-care and relaxation practice.
* Learn Mindfulness Facilitation Skills
The weekend will train educators in Mission Be’s Mindfulness Program for children in K-12.
* Strengthen Peer Network
The weekend training offers many opportunities for educators to authentically connect and learn from peer educators integrating mindfulness in their lives and in the classroom.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The weekend is open for all K-12 administrators, teachers, school counselors, psychologists and social workers and others working with youth.
Mindfulness programs have great potential to help students and teachers thrive in school and beyond as seen in the many positive experiences of those participating in such programs. We invite you to join us with surrounding area educators in continuing this movement for healthier and happier students and teachers!
Please email Carin Winter, CEO at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631 513 6151. if you have any difficulties with registration or questions.