For Schools

We teach kids how to read, add and subtract. Let’s teach them also how to self-regulate their emotions, along with physical and mental levels toward academic and social success.

Mindful & OHMazing® Strategies for Students and Teachers (MOSST)

school1MOSST is a research-based teacher, family, and student directed learning program that increases life-skills associated with self-regulation—awareness and management of emotion and energy levels—among people with various needs, including challenges with sensory processing, attention deficit and hyperactivity, and others. Our evidence-based program contributes to and supports research revealing frequency over duration—10 minutes 5x week is more beneficial than 50 minutes 1x week—thus the importance of integrating these mindful life-skills into everyday experiences. MOSST includes:
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  • In-services & Trainings: Engaging, interactive and playful seminars for teachers, faculty, staff, and/or parents with follow-up visits or meetings;
  • My OHMazing® Space: Create student-directed environments with our Educational Kits featuring bilingual, award-winning, interdisciplinary curricula;
  • The OHMazing® Way: Online Resource and Studio Site designed specifically for educators and

Yogiños: Yoga for Youth® is an evidence-informed, OHMazing® interdisciplinary Registered Children’s Yoga School and wellness program in English, Spanish, and Sanskrit. We weave together mindfulness and movement with art, music, games, stories, and other sensory-integrated activities to promote flexibility, strength, balance, pro-social behavior, antibullying, and nutrition on and off the yoga mat. Yogiños: Yoga for Youth® is endorsed by Andrew Weil, M.D.

We teach kids how to read, add and subtract. Let’s teach them also how to self-regulate their emotions, along with physical and mental levels toward academic and social success.

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“My students are changing: the other day a student came charging at me in anger. I said, I think you need to do some breathing. She dropped to the ground, did several Yogiños Flower Power breaths, went into child’s pose for about a minute, and then calmly returned to regular activity,” shared Michelle Marion, Primary Leader formerly at Cinco Ranch Montessori School