Using the stunning campus of Virginia's Theological Seminary, learn to approach meditation in a natural way, using your senses as doorways into meditative moments that will help you find more ease in your days.
You'll develop a meditation practice unique to you, that you crave, and that you can squeeze into existing moments. You'll be surprised that meditation doesn’t take a lot of time or discipline in order for it to work.
Being more present in the moment can have a positive impact on classroom outcomes for your students.
The meditation session was fantastic. I was able to let go and relax and had the best night of sleep I’ve had in a long time."
"Tears welled up in my eyes the first time I said 'I give myself permission to rest.' What a concept for educators. We aren't use to putting ourselves at the top of any lists."
"Not only did meditation help me cope, I learned ways to share these tools with my students. Talk about a win-win situation! I highly recommend her classes for a modern approach to meditation."
After a period of severe grief and health issues, Berni discovered meditation as a tool to help her be at her very best, both professionally and personally.
She learned how to reverse the very real and devastating impact of stress through simple and easy techniques. And then she started sharing these strategies with her students.
Berni is passionate about helping teachers to restore and sustain balance in life, starting with getting over the guilt of taking a rest.
In addition to continuing her work in meditation, Berni will return to the traditional classroom and will be teaching Biology & Chemistry this fall at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg, FL.
Bernadette (Berni) Kozlowski
Science Teacher and Professional Meditation Coach
I believe in the power of meditation and have been dabbling in it for the past couple of years through books, podcasts, etc., but Berni helped me to turn the corner and make it a part of my life.
— Bob Weiman, Associate Head of School,
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, Alexandria, VA
You Will Learn How To
Impact Your Classroom.
It's critical that you model calm before you start sharing these tools in your classroom by focusing on YOUR practice and well-being.
Find your calm place.
Learn to meditate in a way that helps you stay profoundly calm in the face of overwhelm. This will impact your students as well as your life at home.
Deal with a Racing Mind.
We live complex lives in a complex world. It’s no wonder that our racing minds join us for meditation! Learn how to slow down the pace and even sleep better at night.
Meditate More Easily.
Discover a no-rules approach. You don't have to sit cross-legged on the floor, wear certain clothes, or practice for a long time to get results.
Where: Virginia Theological Seminary.
When: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. June 28-30, 2023
What to bring: We'll send you details in a separate email once you register.