Join us for AAF Birmingham's May Virtual Luncheon: Slow Your Roll: Mindfulness for Uncertain Times with Greg Graber.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 27, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
HOW MUCH: Free!
A long-time educator, Greg Graber teaches mindfulness and SEL (social & emotional learning) skills to sports teams, schools, and various organizations around the world. He is the author of Slow Your Roll - Mindfulness for Fast Times, which topped the Amazon charts upon its release.
Greg has worked with many top sports programs, including: the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies, LSU, VCU, Rice University, The University of Memphis, The University of Alabama, and The George Washington University and many others. His extensive work with elite athletes includes Ironman triathlon finishers, Leadville 100 endurance athletes, Major League Soccer goalkeepers, NFL players, and even an Olympic bobsledder.
Greg's work has been featured in the New York Times and on ESPN, and he has presented at Harvard University Graduate School of Education.
A former long-time principal at Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee, Greg now serves as the Director of SEL & Mindfulness, where he developed the Unplugged Mindfulness Program and the Daily Focus SEL Program for students and teachers. He consults with other schools on developing similar programs. These collaborations have included top day and boarding schools such as: Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, MA), Episcopal High School (Alexandria, VA), and The Graded School (Sao Paulo, Brazil).
There will time for Q&A towards the end of the meeting.
The online event is free, but attendance is limited, so please register to reserve your seat (“seat”). A chat window opens at 11:45 a.m.; the presentation starts at 12:00 p.m. Lunch, we’re afraid, is on you for this one.
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