Learn about TR@TC and teacher sustainability through the eyes of Mélida Pérez-Maldonado. She shares how teaching yoga beyond the classroom has grounded her during a challenging year of virtual teaching during the pandemic. She also reflects on creating community by maintaining and practicing healthy habits through yoga and self-care.
We understand how important it is to provide educators with space and resources to ensure a sustainable career in teaching. Therefore, our mission and vision center on encouraging career longevity. We are grateful for our facilitators, who support us in providing a space for teachers to congregate and fill their cups with wellness, particularly our programming partners at Success In Motion, who offer various stress management, physical fitness, and community building workshops.
Continuing to innovate in education, our quarterly featured facilitator has piloted their workshops with TR@TC. Check back in October 2021 for this featured facilitator!
Every month, we'll highlight a resource and add it to our list of wellness. This month, we'd like to highlight Fewer Things, Better.
Previously highlighted resources:
A wellness organization dedicated to inspiring those who work tirelessly to educate and ignite the next generation. Success in Motions offers a variety of FREE workshops for all educators each week:
Zoom Meeting ID: 325-361-1874
In partnership with Success in Motion, we offer the Therapeutic Tuesday/Thursday series at 5:30 PM or 6:00 PM ET. Check out their Instagram account for up-to-date information!
How To Make Your Subconscious Mind Your Ally
Excerpt from the blog post: "...Subconscious mind runs approximately 95% of our lives. What does it mean? It means that the subconscious programs that we are running on can sabotage our lives and we can’t tell because we can’t see it —we are not aware of it. This explains to a large extent why our relationships fall apart, we fail to start or achieve our goals, we engage in behaviors that don’t allow us to move forward...read more..."
Vortex of Living Well is a wellness blog developed by veteran NYC educator and entrepreneur, Ramona Diaz.