Teacher: Argos Gonzalez
Core Team, Trainer, School Yoga Project Teacher
““We must look at ourselves over and over again in order to learn to love, to discover what has kept our hearts closed, and what it means to allow our hearts to open.” ― Jack Kornfield, A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life”
““We must look at ourselves over and over again in order to learn to love, to discover what has kept our hearts closed, and what it means to allow our hearts to open.”
― Jack Kornfield, A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life”
Argos Gonzalez is a teacher, lecturer, and mindfulness instructor. He has 14 years of experience teaching high school English in the Bronx and teaches literacy instruction to pre-service and in-service teachers at Hunter College School of Education. He is a Mindful Schools & Little Flower Yoga Certified Instructor.
He uses his mindfulness & yoga training with students of all ages including his graduate students and facilitates professional workshops and training for educators and clinicians around the country. More recently, he is proud to be able to support the organizations that trained him as Director of Professional Development for Little Flower Yoga, and Community Content Editor and Lead Teacher for Mindful Schools.
He was also a contributing editor of Best Practices for Yoga in Schools and has been featured in The Atlantic and NPR. Argos has also had the honor of sharing his expertise on mindfulness and yoga at nationally recognized conferences such as the Kripalu Yoga in Schools Symposium, Bridging the Hearts and Minds of Youth Conference in San Diego, and The Yoga Service Conference at the Omega Institute.
Argos is an important member of the yoga in schools community and a trusted expert with a foot in both the yoga/mindfulness and education worlds. His deep passion for empowering children and adolescents, and supporting other education professionals to do the same, is clearly evident in all aspects of his work.