Life Skills for PK & K-12 Schools. In-person in NY. Online programming world wide.
Build resilience, improve emotional balance and increase attention, with joyful and engaging programming and resources.
Todays students and teachers are facing a world that is unpredictable and often overwhelming. We offer both virtual and in-person programming designed to build the inner resilience needed to navigate physical, mental and emotional stress, and overcome barriers to learning. Our five element structure seamlessly integrates the best of yoga and mindfulness, to provide comprehensive content, create a predictable rhythm to programming, and support ease and consistency of implementation.
My students love our visits from Little Flower Yoga. My colleagues have learned powerful practices that have become part of daily classroom life. Students, teachers, and families have learned tools for self-regulation, kindness, and focus.
Teacher, Mamaroneck NY Public Schools
Innovative programs for entire school communities that build resilience, improve emotional balance, teach social and emotional learning skills and help kids navigate distractions. Our curriculum has been refined over 15 years of teaching thousands of children and educators, and incorporates up to date research and best practices.
Learn more about our mindfulness and yoga programming from the students and staff at some of our partner schools.
We work with schools worldwide to provide training, resources and consultation virtually. In the greater NYC area we offer both mat and chair/desk based yoga + mindfulness classes for students, and in person professional development workshops for teachers and school staff.
The School Wellness Project offers yoga + mindfulness classes for preschool through high school students, designed to help kids thrive in the world regardless of circumstances, and navigate the many challenges they face with a sense of personal power and self-awareness.
We’ll send you a certified teacher for mat or desk based classes and push-in’s before, during or after school, along with simple support materials for classroom teachers and parents. Our classes are also offered as interactive livestream or pre-recorded programs, that can be played for students in school or at home.
Our curriculum emphasizes practical life skills. In a step-by-step manner we explore navigating challenges and making decisions in ways that meet our own needs while also considering and caring for the needs of others. Students have the opportunity to both give and receive support, learn how to reflect on their actions and impact, and find intrinsic motivation for good decision making.
Orients students to their internal experience, recognizing that self awareness is a building block ofself management. Introduces ways to compassionately understand others. This unit incorporates the SEL competencies of self-awareness and social awareness.
Builds student capacity to better understand their emotions and focus their attention. Offers practices to integrate body, nervous system and mind to maximize engagement. This unit incorporates the SEL competencies of self-awareness, self-management and decision making.
Strengthens resilience and teaches students effective ways to manage anxiety, build a strong sense of personal power, and reduce feelings of overwhelm. This unit incorporates the SEL competencies of self-awareness, self-management and responsible decision making.
SWP programming is scheduled either for the full school year, or in three 10-week cycles over the course of the school year, with options to start classes in Sept, Jan, or April. Instructors are scheduled at schools for a minimum of 2 hours per site visit, and can serve 1-3 classrooms per hour based on schedule and program type.
Session runs from late Sept. or early Oct through early Dec, with options for make up dates at the end of cycle.
Session runs from early Jan through mid March, with options for make up dates at the end of cycle.
Session runs from early April through mid June, with options for make up dates at the end of cycle.
Summer programming is available with flexible scheduling for schools and camps.
Little Flower Yoga has provided and is continuing to provide large scale trainings to faculty and staff at the Pelham Schools. The participants of the training were very engaged throughout the entire experience and were clearly motivated by what they learned as they were observed to implement their new tools immediately in their own classrooms. These trainings have really spring-boarded a change in the culture throughout our schools.
School Psychologist, Pelham Union Free School District
Mindfulness and yoga-based practices have been shown to increase attention; improve self-regulation and self-compassion; increase coping; decrease levels of depressive symptoms, stress, and anxiety; and create a sense of calm in children of all ages.
The School Wellness Project supports school-based mental health providers including social workers, occupational therapists, counselors, special education professionals and psychologists.
We provide training and support to clinical teams and targeted classes and assemblies for students.
My colleagues, fellow teachers, and administrators have been amazed by Little Flower Yoga's services. Recently, a long-time mindfulness teacher and our curriculum director observed a session led by a staff member from Little Flower Yoga and they were incredibly pleased with the outcome. I am confident that the staff at Little Flower Yoga is capable of meeting the needs of students in order to help them learn tools to manage their stress, become more mindful, and learn self-care skills.
School Psychologist, Bronxville Union Free School District
Build Internal Capacity. 35 Practices to Help Teachers and Students Thrive
This comprehensive professional development program + student resources offers a proven path to develop the inner resilience needed to navigate physical, mental, and emotional stress, and overcome barriers to learning. No yoga experience or special equipment necessary.
Available for schools and districts with facilitation and customized support. Also available for individual educators, school counselors and other staff.
Mindfulness, movement, and breath-based tools that can be easily adapted for both in-person and virtual instruction to meet your needs, however they unfold this school year.
Activities are designed to be engaging and easy to explore for students. Practices are offered for grades K-12.
We’ve worked hard to make this program simple to participate in and flexible for the needs a varied school communities.
Gain a solid foundation in using mindfulness and yoga practices to support educator and student wellness.
Access 10 practice videos to use in class and share with families.
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To learn more about purchasing this program for your school (5+ seats) or district please email us for pricing and options.
We offer various levels of implementation support, coaching and live-streaming Q&A video calls based on your community needs.
Modules are available to schools as a full program or can be customized based on goals and budget.
Yes. We are an approved NYC DOE vendor. Our vendor ID is LIT 79-7777.
Yes, we are currently NYC and NY State MWBE certified.
Yes. All of our teachers are certified yoga instructors and have additionally completed our 95-hour Little Flower Yoga teacher training, giving them the skills to make all yoga practices safe and engaging for children and teens. Some are certified classroom teachers or adult yoga teachers as well.
We would love to connect with you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone from our team will get back in touch to schedule a free 15-30 minute phone consultation to learn more about your needs and prepare a quote for your review.
Currently, we provide on-site programming in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Westchester, and parts of New Jersey, Long Island, Connecticut, Rockland, Putnam, and Dutchess counties based on our instructor availability.
Additionally, our training team travels out of this area for professional development programs and training. We also provide a number of our trainings as online courses that can be scheduled privately with our team or schools can opt to purchase group licenses for our online courses for teachers to move through at their own pace.
How can this program support schools outside of the NYC area? How does this work?
There are several ways we support schools outside of the NY area.
Options are available for 30-60 minutes for mat-based classes and as little as 20 minutes for desk-based classes. We require a minimum booking of two hours, and you can use that time for 2-6 groups. For longer days, we can work with up to 14 groups per day. Five minutes of transition time is needed between classes and a minimum 30-minute lunch break for site bookings of 4 or more hours.
For mat-based classes, we need one set of mats for the largest class that we will be serving. Mats can be shared between classes, and we recommend purchasing 5-10 extra mats in the event of damage. Our office can assist you in ordering high-quality, affordable mats for your schools at an additional price which can be built into your program fee. We also need a space that is large enough to spread our the mats for each student. Common choices for space include a gymnasium or dance studio, multipurpose room, and auditorium stage. For desk-based classes, we don’t need any additional equipment.
Student programs run in ten-week cycles, with start times in Sept/Oct, Jan and April. Assemblies and special events may be booked at any time subject to availability.
Yes. Our teachers are available for school day or after-school classes. We also offer a staff development program that will train your faculty to implement this program in an infusion style that incorporates yoga and mindfulness activities throughout the school day.
Our teachers are trained to work with students from preschool through HS, and modify the activities and language of the curriculum according to students’ needs.
Yes. We are happy to work with you to make sure we are meeting your students’ needs in the most effective way possible. Many of our teachers have experience working with students with a variety of physical, developmental and emotional challenges.
We recommend a max of 15 students in mat based classes; however, we will gladly accommodate larger groups with an assistant (either provided by you or by us). Desk-based classes can be larger, and we’ll make decisions together on a case by case basis.
We offer a comprehensive yoga and mindfulness certification program. Learn more here
We are a NYC vendor, and many schools opt to pay for the program through their schools budget for professional development, materials, family engagement, mental health, social-emotional learning, or student services. Additionally, we work with many PTA’s and school who have received grants for the program or can use funding through our minority-women-owned business status. (MWBE)
Yes, we accept purchase orders and credit card payments for schools purchasing products in bulk (20+.) Please email email@example.com for a bulk pricing sheet and to place an order.
Whether you know just what you need, want to talk with our team, or are interested in exploring a more extensive needs assessment, we’re here to help. Click below and share some basic information about your school, and we’ll get back to you quickly to explore your options. A more peaceful path of teaching and learning is right around the corner!