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Guided Practices

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Research

Dig deeper into the research behind mindfulness education.

Ages 3-5

Kindness Curriculum

Preschoolers learn their ABC's - Attention, Breath + Body, and Caring practices.

The Kindness Curriculum for ages 3-5 is proven to improve preschoolers’ executive functioning, self-regulation and academic and social development. Taught twice a week over the course of 12 weeks, preschoolers learn their ABCs - Attention, Breath + Body, and Caring practices. Research shows students participating in this curriculum earned higher marks in academic performance measures and showed greater improvements in areas that predict future success than non-participating students.
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Grades K-12

Mindful Schools

Students develop a mindful “toolbox'' to change knee-jerk reactions to wise responses.

Mindful Schools is an evidenced-based curriculum that integrates mindfulness into K-12 classrooms using a 20-lesson program; taught once a week, each lesson is 20-30 minutes. Brief, yet consistent, moments of awareness can improve attention, interpersonal relationships, and compassion. Through experiential classroom exercises involving breathing, listening, sensing, calming, and self-reflection, students learn how their thoughts, emotions and behaviors influence their experiences and develop a mindful “toolbox'' to change knee-jerk reactions to wise responses.
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Ages 18-26

Koru Mindfulness

Helping young adults face common challenges like poor sleep, stress and anxiety.

Koru Mindfulness is a secular, evidenced-based curriculum designed for teaching mindfulness, meditation and stress management to college students and young adults, 18-26. Koru helps mitigate common challenges faced by young adults, including poor sleep, anxiety, stress, and focus/attention skills. Koru is offered to Montana State University students each semester, as well as two 3-hour weekend retreats, reaching 40 students each year.
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Join our Practice Groups!

Starting this Fall

Develop your own mindfulness tool-kit in community with others.