|CALMING KIDS: Creating a Non-Violent WorldCALMING KIDS (CK) is an innovative bully-proofing program for pre-school through high-school aged students. Founded on the yogic principle AHIMSA, meaning non-violence, CK blends yoga with non-violent communication techniques to develop an attitude of non-violence toward the self, toward peers, and toward the community. CKs award-winning, scientifically-proven curriculum improves anger management, increases concentration, reduces stress, improves physical well-being, and causes more effective, compassionate communication.CALMING KIDS has proven it works! In order to improve student behavior and education, we want your help to reach more children and classrooms with our CK Teacher Training Program.|
Bullying | Local Non-profit Addresses School Violence
With all the tragedy and violence in our schools today, teaching kids self regulation and stress reduction is more important than ever. Since 2004, CALMING KIDS (CK): is a local Boulder non-...
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We offer a 5 day in person training in the Boulder/Denver area as well as in various national & international destinations throughout the year. To sponsor us to come to your area, click here.
To become a Certified CALMING KIDS Teacher, you must complete all five days as well as a post-training journal written on your first implementation of the program. It is possible, however, to sign up for just 2 or 3 days of the program in order to focus on specific age groups.
University Level Continuing Education Credits: Our in person certification program has been registered with Adam State University and approved for 2 credits. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the credit applied.
Yoga Alliance Credits: If requested, you will receive a certificate of completion upon finishing your desired section of the CALMING KIDS training.Share