About this episode:
Today's guest, Amy Dye Janssens, discusses the importance of mindfulness as a tool to keep in your spiritual reservoir - especially as an entrepreneur, or conscious parent. We also discuss her work in the public school system and how she has brought the practice of mindfulness to over 1,100 students this past year in grades K-5;and how she continues her work over the summer through her program, Outside 45, a program that involves teaching mindfulness while mountain biking.
Amy Dye Janssens, is a mindfulness instructor, parent coach, business owner, outside educator, and public speaker. She earned her Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction through Michigan State University, is a licensed teacher in the state of Michigan, and has taught second through fifth grade. She's currently completing her Mindful Certification through Mindful Schools. Amy also works as a parent coach with her students' parents to help them incorporate the tools of mindfulness in their own lives and homes.
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She is the founder of Flowation.com, where spiritual-minded entrepreneurs can find resources to learn how to create more Flow in their lives and businesses.
She’s been obsessed with the question ‘how can I make this feel easier?’ since she can remember. As former Estate Planning and Succession Planning attorney for small businesses she really learned what makes small business owners function at their best. She’s taken that knowledge forward as a small business strategy coach for spiritual-minded small business owners and helps them bust through their limiting beliefs and upper limits, and create systems in their lives and business to help support their more aligned self. These systems help them become more efficient with their time and priorities; and help them feel lit up as they work with greater purpose and allow more Flow in their lives.
Simran specializes especially in helping parents with children under the age of 5, who want the space in their life to practice Conscious Parenting, but are struggling to fit everything they want to do with their business and children into their schedule.
In her time away from work Simran spends her time dancing or attempting to do yoga, while her two spirited kids are normally climbing on her. And she loves taking hot baths and engaging in self-care while listening to binaural beats music, while her wonderful hubby takes the kids out for an ‘adventure day.’
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