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Thursday, February 27 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Heart-Based Meditation in a Classroom Setting

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Learn the heart-based meditation technique, the science behind it and ways to implement it in your classroom as well as your daily life. Meditation is possibly the most difficult skill to learn and even harder to teach. Thanks to intensive, ongoing studies of the heart and the way it communicates with the brain, heart-based meditation is one of the easiest to learn and most rewarding forms of meditation. Used by police officers, soldiers returning home, trauma victims, executives and more, heart-based meditation can help reduce stress and anxiety by over 50% within three minutes. In this session you will learn the technique, the science behind it, ways you can easily implement it in your classroom and even see some technology you can use to fine tune those skills. With the growing numbers of child anxiety, stress and depression, the skill of meditation is more important than ever.


Matt Boisvert

Matt has been working with children of all ages for the last 15 years from daycare, to Boy's & Girl's Club, Aunt's & Uncle's at Large to the City of Edmonton. He has trained in many forms of meditation but finds Heart-based meditation the most applicable for our modern classroom settings... Read More →

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