The Do Good Movement is an organization focused on supporting the whole-child/whole-student education promoting self-awareness, self-regulation, philanthropic stewardship, and social-emotional learning through a yoga foundation.

Students benefit from this program by learning tools to help relieve stress and anxiety in and out of the classroom as well as create strong minds and bodies through movement and meditation.

We pride ourselves in our additional educational components of event planning skills and how to work with different charities taking yoga off the mat, out of the classroom and impacting the local community and world around us through our Kindness Karma Project.

Our Workshops Meet the Goals of Illinois State Standards of Social Emotional Learning

Goal 1

Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve school and life success.

Goal 3

Demonstrate decision-making skills and responsible behaviors in personal, school, and community contexts.

Goal 2

Use social-awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships.

Professional Development Concepts

Yoga Breath

Managing stress, anxiety, and energy through the power of breathing.

Yoga Poses for Calming and Relaxation

Chair yoga can be used as mind and body breaks during the school day to help students during high-stress time of classroom work or tests.

Kindness Karma Project Creation and Implementation

Impacting your local community through kindness.

Kindness Calming Corner

Providing tools for students to use focused around the 5 senses for self-regulation and awareness of emotions.

Warm Fuzzy Project

Spreading kindness in the classroom through positive affirmations.

Yoga Poses for Concentration

Class focused on postures to help students maintain awareness in the classroom and strengthen their ability to maintain attention.

Yoga Poses to Release Stress, Anxiety and Trauma

Chair yoga that narrows in on the release of stress and anxiety as well as giving words to that stress and anxiety through meditative reflective work.

Mindful Me

Developing a mantra and vision boards for your classroom. 

Meditation and Mindfulness in the Classroom

How to create an environment for successful meditation as well as leading students through 5-minute mind breaks.

Selfcare for Teachers and Faculty

A yoga practice for staff to help provide self-regulation and calming techniques that they can use during the school day or for an at-home practice (with a yoga mat or chair).