Applying Yoga and Mindfulness in the Classroom to Support Inclusion and Enhance Therapeutic Carryover
There is a growing number of neuro-diverse students in our schools today. Inclusive classrooms are designed to support all learners regardless of cognitive, physical, social or emotional differences. Meeting the basic individual needs of each student is essential for academic achievement and therapeutic growth. This requires great creativity and innovation. Yoga and mindfulness tools offer a unique and effective means of cultivating every students’ inner strengths, assisting growth. Cohesive, compassionate, and calm classrooms flourish, allowing every student to shine regardless of diagnosis or challenge.
$50 View on Demand Format through Sensational Brain, 2 hours
This course is approved for 0.2 AOTA CEU or two contact hours.
Pediatric Yoga and Mindfulness – 6 hours
Strategies for Self-Regulation – 3 hours
Breathing Tools and Exercises – 2 hours
How Yoga Improves Sensory Function – 1 hour
This timely online course will guide you into a science based understanding of yoga and mindfulness. Participants will learn how to integrate yoga into any type of pediatric practice you amy have. Learn essential sequences to help you incorporate yoga as part of a sensory diet into pre-k-8th grade classroom or clinic. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Participants will have theopportunity to experience the effects of breathing, movement, mindfulness, relaxation and yoga games in order to confidently and successfully implement them with children. Immediately support treatment and classroom lessons through the implementation of sequences and strategies that promote carryover in multiple settings. Participants will learn to incorporate yoga as part of a sensory diet and use as a daily exercise program.
Several formats and prices to choose from: 1 hour ($39.99), 2 hour ($79.99), 3 hour (109.99) and 6 hour ($199.99) Sponsored through Summit-Education – All with CEU’s for many professions
“Bringing Yoga and Mindfulness into Schools”
In this series, I share some of the “secret sauce” of our success sharing these practices with classrooms across the country.