Mindfulness in college admissions wins support of teachers, administrators, students, parents

September 25, 2013

PRWEB: Strolling through UC Berkeley’s campus on a warm, cloudless day, Alex Thaler points to a verdant expanse of grass near Morrison Hall, where the university’s music department is located. “That glade was sort of like my Walden Pond,” he says, smiling. “As an undergraduate student I spent many hours sitting near that oak tree, letting the sounds from Morrison wash over me.”

In his practice as an admissions consultant – someone who guides students through the college and graduate school application process – Mr. Thaler is as likely to be reflecting on present-moment awareness as he is to be discussing grade point…

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Physicians to receive 26 continuing medical education credits to study meditation, yoga and breathing as mind/body medicine

September 18, 2013

PRWeb: The American Meditation Institute (AMI) will present the fifth annual continuing medical education (CME) course on meditation, yoga and breathing for physicians and other health care professionals, November 6-10, 2013 at the Cranwell Resort and Spa in Lenox, Massachusetts. Entitled “American Meditation: The Heart and Science of Yoga,” this comprehensive, 26 hour CME training is accredited through the Albany Medical College Office of Continuing Medical Education. As part of AMI’s “Yoga of Medicine” program, this “Heart and Science of Yoga” CME curriculum is dedicated to providing quality, evidence-based education to physicians and other health care providers.

AMI’s in-depth study of the philosophical and scientific nature…

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Pathway to peace seeks business/corporate sponsors for meditation in classroom project

August 25, 2013

PRWEB: Schools throughout the country have signed on to implement a meditation in the classroom program through Peter Amato’s Pathway to Peace movement and are in dire need of sponsors to help fund the program. Applications from inner city districts, private academies, as well as charter, rural and public schools – elementary, intermediate and secondary – demonstrate enthusiasm and a pressing need for proven methods to help children reduce stress in their lives.

As one District of Columbia high school teacher entering the competition wrote, “Our students have witnessed murder, dropped out, fought, sold and ingested drugs before and after school. The communities…

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U.S. schools begin enrolling in Peter Amato’s meditation in classrooms competition

July 19, 2013

PRWeb: “I am pleased and excited to report that schools throughout the country are beginning to enroll and compete for an opportunity to bring meditation to their classrooms to reduce stress and increase morale and socialization,” announced Peter Amato, meditation master and doctoral candidate in mind-body medicine.

Through his global mind-body movement, Pathway To Peace, Amato launched a nationwide search for schools that are interested in starting a meditation program as well as those who want to compete to receive the program training free. Schools that wish to compete are required to submit an essay or video to the website, http://www.pathwaytopeace.org, explaining why…

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