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What is the Mindful Classroom?

The Mindful Classroom movement has been created as a way to make wellness more accessible to inner-city families. In today’s economy, concierge wellness services are a luxury that only middle to upper-class families with discretionary income are able to afford. Vital information such as stress management, healthy nutrition, brain health, exercise, and other related topics are not common knowledge for the average everyday person. This knowledge must be sought out through various channels, which ends up being time-consuming and expensive.

Quality wellness education is lacking from the school systems in a significant way. Mental Illness, Obesity, Autism, and other diseases are on the rise amongst children. The common-sense solution to this problem is to implement quality wellness programs in schools that educate children, parents, and faculty on how to decrease their risk for chronic disease.

The idea behind the “Mindful Classroom” is that life is one big learning experience, even beyond our time in school. Maintaining an attitude of open-mindedness to learning lessons through all hardship in life puts people in a position to overcome any obstacles that arise along the way. Mindfulness is the act of staying fully present in the moment, allowing us to sit with whatever feelings, thoughts, and emotions we experience. The active practice of mindfulness creates positive changes in the brain, which is vital for healthy development throughout the schooling process for children.

We are in the process of constructing an online learning platform that will be used to fill in the gap of providing wellness education to those that need it most. In addition to providing education, we are planning to hire a team of Licensed Social Workers to provide personalized Mental Health Services to the families we serve.

Program Criteria:

  • The family is below the poverty line in their respective region
  • The child in the family attends school in a low socioeconomic area
  • The family is currently covered by Medicaid (may be eligible for Social Work Services)
  • The child is between the ages of 7-14 years old
  • The family has access to a computer, tablet, or laptop to view educational program materials (in certain cases we may provide this for families)

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Children are not things to be molded but are people to be unfolded.

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