“Angela helped students and nursing staff fully attend to the here and now, to fully connect with the present and be aware of where we are and what we are doing. We found her presentations to be calming and insightful.” –Maureen M., Special School District
“Angela did an excellent job at our Wellness Retreat. She has a great message of living and enjoying the present moment and living with gratitude. In a busy world, it’s a message we can all listen to and learn from!
I really liked that it was an interactive workshop that allowed us to apply it to our lives and write down those things while we were in the workshop.
Thank you again, Angela!” –Christy Wynne, Inspire Wellness STL
“There is such an increased need for mindfulness in our world and in our classroom. Angela’s lesson gave my students the opportunity to practice the skill of being present in the moment. We even extended her lesson having further discussions about this topic. Awesome!” –B.C., First Grade Teacher
“Can I just tell you that I love watching your video 4 (YouTube) in the mornings to start my day off right and get into the right mindset? Keep doing what you do, spreading YOUR light! Looking forward to more of your videos and everyday wisdom!” -Jen S., California
“I have my mantra card on my mirror and read it every morning to set my day off on a positive note!” -M.R., Occupational Therapist
“Angela did an amazing job teaching my students about mindfulness! She was warm and engaging and was able to share with my students about mindfulness in kid-friendly language. She used great visuals that reminded us about our senses which we use when we are mindful and connected it to how we can be present and grateful each and every day!” -W.C., First Grade Teacher
“Allowing time for students to learn about being mindful and being present allows time for students to be grateful and really savor their experiences.” –E.S., First Grade Teacher
“Angela was able to reach my kids using appropriate language. My kids were engaged and motivated to learn about mindfulness.” –S. B., First Grade Teacher