Early Childhood environments allow us to use self regulation skills in a playful way. We have had tremendous success teaching mindfulness and movement strategies in the Early Childhood environments. We know that early intervention is key. Read our blog post for 4 Key Tips to success in Early Childhood Environments. To further support adults working […]
About Chrissy Mignogna
Chrissy is a Certified Yoga Calm Trainer and instructor. She trains teachers to use the Yoga Calm curriculum in their classrooms. She also teaches Yoga Calm in adolescent and children’s mental health units at University of Minnesota Medical Center and visits various schools as a resident Yoga Calm teacher. Chrissy also teaches adults and seniors yoga through her company, Winged Heart Yoga. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries by Chrissy Mignogna
Meddy Teddy is a great teacher for Toddlers/Preschoolers I have taught toddler/preschool yoga for the last ten plus years and one thing I know for sure is that the use of visuals while teaching is a key to success. When I started teaching all those years ago, many people were surprised I could teach such young […]
Can Early Childhood students participate in Mindful Movement? Absolutely. People are often surprised when I tell them that I teach breathing, mindfulness and movement to children as young as one year old on a weekly basis. Even Early Educators have a hard time imagining how these techniques translate into Pre-K environments. My experience has been […]
Creating healthy schools and therapeutic environments by rooting mindfulness and movement into the heart of our families and communities.
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