Mindfulness practices involving movement yield strong results for improving Executive Functions.
Trauma-informed Dynamic Mindfulness (DMind) provides practices to help us feel better in mind, body and heart.
"Doers of wrong and watchers of wrongdoing are both equally culpable." - Tagore
Short mindful movement practices that enhance your mental health, helping manage your mood in moments.
Here at Niroga, most of our staff have been working from home for years. We asked our staff to share some of their strategies for making their workdays productive and mindful.
An Alternative to Suspension with Trauma-Informed Dynamic Mindfulness: Building Stress Resilience, Emotion Regulation and Empathy
Niroga facilitators present to a standing room only audience at CA Safe and Healthy Schools Conference.
Results from the field. Spring 2019 Dynamic Mindfulness program evaluations.