Self-Care Academy for Educators

Educators are natural givers who spend endless hours offering support to their students, colleagues, communities, and families, often leaving themselves neglected. Teachers are impacted by some of the highest levels of stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue and yet rarely take the time that is necessary for self-care. Moreover, the term “self-care” has become weaponized for educators, putting the blame of an overworked profession back on the teachers. The importance of educators taking care of themselves is even reflected as one of the main components in trauma-informed care (compassion resilience). When teachers take time to replenish their spirit and make their own personal health and wellness a priority, they are able to serve others fully and be the best version of themselves for others.

“I so appreciated taking time out of my week to reflect with like minded people about the craziness of this time. The topics, relaxation time, and reality check was SO worth it! Thank you for all your time & effort in making this possible!”

Liana Schaefer

Bemidji, MN

Steeping Wellness Self-Care Academy: In-person & Virtual

During our time together, you will be guided by Kalise to dive deeper into practices to help you feel balanced at a time we’re all running on empty. There will be opportunities to ground together, journal, reflect, and to learn and experience techniques to help you feel prepared to take care of your students, while also taking care of yourself, your relationships, and your families.

To host your own Self-Care Academy in-person or virtually, contact us.


“Living and teaching during this pandemic has been incredibly difficult for each of us. They make it bearable with dedicated time each week devoted to our well-being as we help our students. They have created a safe space for our self-care.”

JoAnne Grandstaff, MA

Browning, MT

“I am incredibly thankful for you for guiding me on this journey.  I am such a better person now than I was, because I pause.  It’s such a critical aspect of living a happy, healthy life.  Thank you.”


8th grade teacher