Hi! I’m Amy.
Since 2001, I’ve worked as a Spanish teacher for school districts in Pennsylvania.
Now, I’m combining my knowledge of the school system with my background in yoga and mindfulness to teach kids, teachers and administrators how to both create a mindful classroom and a more balanced life.
I would LOVE to support your group! Use the contact form below to reach out and chat about the needs of your school or district.
You can also join my Balance For Educators Virtual Mindfulness Group!
Topics I can speak on include:
Self-Support Strategies for Educators
Are you feeling burned out, overwhelmed or unable to find any time to take care of yourself? I hear you. I was you. I know how hard it can be to find even a few minutes of time to pause and regroup, much less try to find the time or money to get a massage, go on a self-care retreat or other getaway, etc.
Indulging in and supporting yourself doesn’t have to be complicated!
This workshop offers 5 simple steps to help you to create more balance and ease in your daily life as an educator. If you struggle to find the time for self-support, this is an opportunity to get comfortable with putting yourself first on the list.
Manageable Mindful Movement for Educators
Take some time for you and learn some simple ways to incorporate mindful movement into your school day. This session will be experiential and will adapt traditional yoga poses and stretches to a chair with an emphasis on breathing to help you to relax and relieve tension and stress.
The Mindful Classroom
Tips and Strategies for Teachers
Do you want to create a positive, peaceful, and productive classroom? Join Amy Necci, MEd, RYT-500, for discussion, ideas, resources, and experiences that will help you to transform your classroom environment step by step. Amy is a middle school teacher who has also trained with Mindful Schools. A mindful classroom is one where all involved work toward a place of focus, presence, and an awareness of everything in their experience. This is beneficial in every classroom and can be especially relevant today as we strive to create an environment where it’s safe to take risks while learning, preparing students to thrive, even outside of their comfort zones.
Making Mindfulness Accessible to Kids and Adolescents
Are you curious about how to bring mindfulness into your classroom? Are you concerned about doing it just right? In this session you’ll learn the key principles of teaching mindfulness to our youth and simple strategies to help you to successfully integrate mindfulness as a regular practice in your classroom.
Let’s get started!
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