Recently I was interviewed about Reboot's mindfulness program for schools and the impact it's having specifically on students. What began as a research study has bloomed into a schoolwide collective approach to mindfulness. Why? Because after researching many mindfulness curriculums, what struck me most is that after professional development, some teachers embraced the programs while others tossed it aside. Teachers can pick and choose what they'd like to incorporate. I get it. Mindfulness can be uncomfortable at first, not everyone is open to it, and teachers have enough to do. But it leaves many classrooms without the benefits of a mindfulness program. Reboot is designed to reach every kid and every staff member. It takes the pressure off of the teachers and fits seamlessly into the school day.