The National Kids Yoga Conference is the leading professional environment for adults to learn the art of bringing mindfulness, yoga and social emotional learning to the youth in our communities. Join kids yoga leaders, researchers, educators, parents, mental health professionals, and emerging voices in these fields for a unique professional learning opportunity. The event takes place from October 13 to 15 at the Nannie J. Lee Community Center, in Old Town Alexandria.
In its fourth year, the NKYC 2017 will focus on building and strengthening our communities with topics on: diversifying the field, latest research, ensuring adequate funding and sustainable programs, advocating for the rights of all students, and educating the community on what yoga & mindfulness for kids looks like in action. This conference will empower you to effectively bring yoga and mindfulness to the youth in your community.
Participants will leave this inspiring weekend with: evidence-based lesson plans that they can use in class immediately; a new set of skills to take their resume to the next level; the opportunity to become an expert among their communities in using mindful movement in the classroom; connections with other leaders in the field of social and emotional learning and a teaching certificate in hand, by joining the teacher track.
To register or learn more about #NKYC2017, visit KidsYogaConference.org and use promo code “NKYC2017” to save 10%. To contact with questions, call 703-475-0046 or email Conference@yokid.org