Speaking Appearances

Complementary Behavioral Interventions 

for Early Childhood Autism, ADHD, and Developmental Delays

Join Dr. Rich for this 6 hour interactive workshop that focuses on the young child and how you can integrate yoga into your classroom setting or at home.  Discuss brain development and growth of the young child and learn creative techniques you can easily use.

What attendees have said about this workshop:

“Excellent job! Best conference I have attended in years!” – Erin, SLP

“She was very well organized and excited about the material.  I think it is helpful for a lot of teachers.” – Krista, Adjustment Counselor

“She was upbeat and knew her stuff.  Made herself understood.” – Bambi, Developmental Specialist

“Presentation was excellent.  The manual was great for following lecture and adding notes.  This program has given me the desire and confidence to incorporate yoga into my preschool program” – Cheryl, Assistant Professor

“(The most beneficial part of the program was) how critical movement and breathing is to brain growth, acquisition of skills, and development, hands-on concrete suggestions.”

Find a workshop near you by visiting   http://summit-education.com


April 2013 – Boston Association for the Education of Young Children (BAEYC)

Building an Inclusive Community Conference


January 2013 – Stonehill College


November 14, 2012 – Wheaton College

Join us for Green Schools’ Inaugural Lecture for our

2012-2013 Educational Speaker Series at 7:00pm

Topic: Yoga Benefits Brain Development & Well Being of Children by Nichole Rich, Ph.D.

go towww.projectgreenschools.org for more information


March 17 & 18, 2012 -Discover You Expo

4th Annual Holistic & Wellness Expo – Twin River Event Center, 100 Twin River Rd, Lincoln, RI

Saturday, March 17, 2012 – Speaking Area A

Yoga Benefits Brain Development & Well Being of Children by Nichole Rich, Ph.D.

The presentation will provide listeners with information regarding the benefits of yoga on the brain development and overall well-being of children. Research will be presented, as well as ways that schools and private practitioners can integrate yoga into the classroom setting.

 

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