.b Mindfulness Teacher Training Starts January 6th!

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.b Foundations © is an 8-week training for teachers and staff who wish to learn the foundations of mindfulness. Since being devised by Mindfulness in Schools Project in 2012, the curriculum has been trialled and developed and proven effective in over fifty schools worldwide.


The course has been an outstanding success. It has had an extremely positive effect upon our School community and I recommend it to others warmly.

Kevin Knibbs, Headmaster, Hampton School

.b Foundations is based on the core mindfulness principles found within Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) courses. However it differs in that it has been designed with school staff in mind. The training  sessions (90 minutes) and recommended home practices are shorter than MBSR/MBCT and designed to be accessible, yet still effective, for busy educational staff.

The course includes aspects of the .b and Paws b curricula, along with sessions exploring the challenges facing those in educational settings.

By the end of the course, participants may find their mindfulness practise supports them to:

  • feel happier, calmer and more fulfilled
  • get on better with others, including students and colleagues
  • work more effectively by bringing increased awareness to the process
  • increase resilience in the face of stress and difficulties

Staff who develop a regular practice and feel inspired to go on to teach mindfulness to students could then attend a Teach .b or Teach Paws b  course.

Teachers and Yoga Instructors: Please email me if you are interested in teaching .b at your school at lisa@eastcobbyoga.com

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East Cobb Yoga
Olde Towne Athletic Club
4950 Olde Towne Pkwy,
Marietta, GA 30068
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tel: 404-245-5530
email: lisa@eastcobbyoga.com

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