Mindfulness: Know yourself to Grow Yourself
Kids · Learning
Workshop participants will engage in practices that enhance mental, physical, emotional well being and intelligence. A combination of lecture, discussion, journaling, movement, meditation, and breath work, you will leave feeling happier, healthier and equipped with tools to face challenges and skillfully navigate your life.
Audience: Youth Ages 10-25
Meet Our Instructor
Jordan Grinstein is a multifaceted educator and transformational leader. With ten years of experience working with diverse populations, he shares trauma informed and culturally relevant curricula to empower individuals and communities with wellness leadership and education. He serves as the lead Boston trainer (500-EYT) for the social justice-centered yoga teacher training Breathe for Change. As a school culture consultant, he professionally develops teachers, administrators and youth ambassadors to teach social emotional learning practices, facilitate wellness experiences, and integrate mindful routines into the school culture. As a yoga teacher trainer, life coach, and Ayurvedic Practitioner, his mission is to inspire people to be leaders in their lives by teaching transformative tools such as breath work, dance and meditation. He works to cultivate community empowerment by creating access to social emotional wellness education.
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I enjoyed the class. Lots of great reference material that I would like to go back and look at slides but I must have missed where those were posted/ shared.
This class wasn't what I was expecting as I didn't feel there was any focus on caregivers, but it was quite interesting and I felt that Jordan presented a lot of useful information that I can easily incorporate. I plan to explore the resources that he mentioned. It was a relaxing session as well, which is always welcome!
If referencing offline (book) materials, please include as a slide with the details. The titles and authors were mentioned so quickly and no time to write down names or take pictures of book titles. Overall, the session was good., although I expected a little more direction specific to caregiving. I get that taking care of yourself first is needed, but I was left feeling like I missed something.