We provide variety of educational programming and mindfulness workshops to children and adults inside schools and throughout the community. If you would like to participate in an upcoming training session, or invite our teachers into your space, please contact us for more information!
We provide a 16-session in-class mindfulness program, called Calm + Kind + Focused, which is offered twice per week for eight weeks to children in grades K-12. Each 20-minute session is implemented in the classroom. The program follows a curriculum developed by Shanthi Project, based on the Mindful Schools and Mind-UP curricula. Both Mindful Schools and Mind-UP have extensive outcome research showing consistent increases in self-awareness, attentional capacity, self-regulation and social skills.
After-School ProgramS + Summer Camps
Our after-school programs and summer camp provide trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness-based games, activities, and art. These hour-long classes are taught in community-based venues as well as schools.
The successful outcomes of our Calm + Kind + Focused curricula can continue outside of the classroom to keep positive emotional responses at the forefront outside of a student's traditional learning structure.
CLASSROOM Teacher + Staff In-Service Training
Shanthi Project offers a variety of trainings, including an introduction to trauma-informed practices, mindfulness practices for the classroom, and self-care for the classroom teacher.
We can customize any training to meet the needs of your school or organization.
Parent + Child Workshops
Presented in a series or as one-time training, our certified teachers share mindfulness techniques that can be utilized in the home setting. When pro-social behavior is displayed by multiple members of the family, the results have a lasting impact on the family's overall health and wellbeing. Parents and children learn side-by-side in a fun and engaging workshop.
This workshop can be based in a school or community setting.
This six-week class, called "Stress Reduction through Mindfulness and Self-Discovery," is designed for college-aged students and their teachers and staff. Teachers focus on assisting participants in learning valuable skills such as managing stress, chronic pain, and anxiety through the experiential learning of mindfulness. This class, which is presented in a supportive group setting, is appropriate for beginners, as well as those wanting to enhance a current meditation practice. Each week builds upon the previous, and teacher guidance is provided along the way.
We will help you build a more resilient and compassionate workplace! Mindfulness has been shown to increase focus and productivity, and decrease job-stress and anxiety. Shanthi Project will customize a one-day workshop or ongoing mindfulness training for your staff based on your company goals and unique industry challenges.
COMPASSION RESILIENCE TRAINING
It can be hard to maintain physical, emotional and mental health while compassionately serving those around us. This training will help participants learn useful strategies for building an internal reservoir of well-being to support themselves in times of stress and difficulty. We work with health and human service workers, educators, families, and more—and we can customize the training to fit your organization and timeframe.
Please contact us to find out more and schedule a training.
We offer one in-person trauma training for the community each year. The course is a 14-hour commitment for educators, community leaders and qualified individuals interested in helping reduce the impact of trauma in their communities.
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Northampton County Juvenile Justice Center
Weekly mindfulness and trauma-informed yoga classes teach valuable skills to cultivate self-awareness, self-esteem, and positive emotional responses. Helping students establish healthy relationships with themselves, their families and the community.
This program includes mindful art with Kristin Baxter, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Moravian College, and a poetry writing workshop led by
John Cosgrove who taught in public schools for more than 30 years.