Three-Day Mindful Educator Retreat, August 12-14, 2019

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Three-Day Mindful Educator Retreat, August 12-14, 2019

594.00

The early bird price is being offered to all, thanks to a generous donor. Register Now!

This three-day retreat is a new kind of professional development, nourishing your body, mind and spirit, while offering personal exploration and practical application of mindfulness for your classroom or work with youth. This offering includes beautiful shared lodging at Islandwood, delicious meals, mindful movement and other mindfulness practices, instruction, 12 WA state clock hours, and more.

If you prefer old fashioned paper registration with a check, please contact us at info@spacebetween.community.

If you would like assistance in getting funding from your school or district for this professional development opportunity, see our additional information below. If you need a payment plan, please contact us at info@spacebetween,community.

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We can provide refunds, minus a $50 processing fee for cancellations before July 1, 2019

You will leave our retreat with specific practices and tools to build this in your classroom:

●      Self-management skills (impulse control, emotional awareness and self-regulation)

●      Resilience (being able to cope with stress, challenges, and strong feelings)

●      Compassion (self-compassion and compassion for others.) and empathy (listening skills, connection)

●      A healing-centered, joy-filled classroom culture.  Teachers in our programs who have used mindfulness as a cornerstone practice in their classrooms are experiencing more time for teaching. 

 

Schools, Principals, and PTSA’s should invest in this retreat because participants will:

●      Be a leader in our school in trauma-informed, mindful classroom management. 

●      Learn sustainable strategies for self-care to manage my own stress as a teacher. 

●      Stay connected to students and colleagues when we face significant challenges. 

●      Learn how to help students who are getting escalated before they “flip their lids”. 

●      Practice and teach evidence-based tools for mindfulness and movement to support all of my students with self-awareness, attention, self-regulation, compassion, and resilience: in short, to help them thrive.