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Mindfulness Professional Development

On November 11th, our faculty and staff received Mindfulness Training from Mary Spinoso, Integrative Wellness Coach, on simple effective tools for implementing Mindfulness techniques in daily life and in the classroom.
As educators, we know that children learn best when they are comfortable, safe, and relaxed. Studi
es show that Mindfulness practices reduce stress levels, improve concentration, decrease anxiety, strengthen resilience, lead to great self-awareness, and the ability to self-regulate.
Supporting the mental health of our students, faculty, and staff is so important now more than ever. We are delighted to continually develop this key component for social and emotional wellbeing and creating a safe and nurturing environment at St. John's.
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