Every Monday morning, our prekindergarten through fifth grade classrooms gather each week to ground and center together!
Together, we practice breath-work, visualization, music, singing of a diverse, global variety of devotional songs, including those in Hebrew and Sanskrit languages. During our centering practices, we aim to cultivate and develop a relationship with our interior world. Children feel inside their bodies through the aesthetics of sound and vibration to connect with their authentic self. When we are meditating together, we are creating an experience that is invisible and experiential!
Community Centering teaches children techniques to relax their bodies and mind. Students are able to connect to the present moment. This is an integral practice because the children are cultivating and developing a relationship within themselves, and at the same time having an experience together, integrating different perspectives while in the midst of growing and learning.