Teaching Mindfulness and Meditation for Youth and Teachers

  • Teaching Mindfulness and Meditation
     March 3, 2023 - March 9, 2023
     6:30 pm - 9:30 pm riday, 3/3, 6:30-9:30pm; Saturday, 3/4, 9am-5:30pm (in-person option in SW Houston); Thursday, 3/9, 6:30-9:30pm
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Teaching Mindfulness and Meditation

Friday, 3/3, 6:30-9:30pmCT (online)
Saturday, 3/4, 9am-5:30pmCT (in-person option in SW Houston and Park City, UT)
Thursday, 3/9, 6:30-9:30pmCT (online)

Learn how to teach research-based and trauma-informed mindfulness to youth, teachers, and parents!

Your instructors for this training are Beth Reese, PhD, E-RYT, RCYT, and Randi Jo Greenberg, E-RYT, RCYT. They are both graduates of UCal-Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center’s two year Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program.

Mindfulness and meditation are OHMazing®!

Opportunities: participants will learn and practice how to integrate practical mindfulness and meditation tools into preK-12 curricula, the work place, and daily life, including how to cultivate calmness, balance, and focus amidst most any circumstance;

Honor: participants will learn processes for generating evidence-based loving kindness tools toward the self and others, including people with which we may feel at odds;

Mindfulness and meditation: participants will learn the similarities and differences between these terms and be able to articulate and demonstrate concepts to others, including slowing down, stillness, and being present with compassion and without judgment;

Aware: participants will learn techniques to become aware of body sensations, moods, feelings and thoughts with tools to disrupt habitual reactions and instead cultivate intentional responses;

Zzzzzzz: participants will learn practices that can be used to help ourselves or someone else fall asleep or return to slumber;

Investigate: participants will explore, identify and connect research-based practices and how they are aligned with social-emotional learning (SEL) and social justice protocols;

Nourish: participants will learn strategies to deepen connections and relationships to themselves, others and the universe;

Grow: participants will learn strategies to create and grow mindfulness and meditation practices and lessons for various ages, contexts, and outcomes.


Trainings come with:

    • MOSST 8-weekOn-Demand curriculum (1 level per training)
    • Comprehensive e-curriculum manual for each module
    • A-Z Pose Guide with variations related to trainings
    • Bilingual A-Z Yoga and Mindfulness Cards (downloadable PDF)
    • Access to mostly original, bilingual music
    • Increased chances for hiring as we expand into libraries and schools
    • Join our community of amazing, agents of change in a trauma-informed wellness community 


These trainings can be combined with past in-person and on-line Yogiños: Yoga for Youth® courses or future in-person trainings to become eligible to be a certified RCYT. We understand that plans can change after registration. We accept cancellations with reimbursement when requested more than 2 weeks before a training. When the request is within two weeks of the training, the funds may be used for a future training.



Leadership, Foundations, and Yoga in Schools will be in-person at venues listed above and live streaming. Others are TBA.