Kathy Flaminio, LGSW, MSW

“Taking Care of YOU from the Inside Out: MoveMindfully® for Mind, Body, and Heart” 

These challenging times have taken a toll on all of us with an impact on our health and well-being. Relief is possible with simple “mind-body” practices to decrease stress, exhaustion, and ultimate burnout. During this MoveMindfully® session begin to experience the power of breathing, movement, and rest activities on your physical, mental, and emotional state. Walk away with a simple tool kit of trauma-responsive mind-body practices to incorporate into your personal and professional life. 


Kathy Flaminio bio

Kathy Flaminio is the founder of MoveMindfully, a training and consulting company that brings the science of mindfulness, movement, and social-emotional learning into educational, therapeutic, and home environments. She is the creator of MoveMindfully training, workshops, products, and curriculum that teach trauma-responsive practices for self-regulation, focus, and overall well-being.

With a master’s degree in social work, Flaminio has more than 20 years of experience in regular and special education and is a former adjunct faculty member at Saint Mary’s University in Minnesota.

Flaminio has trained over 50,000 professionals in mindfulness, movement, and social-emotional skills strategies and has partnered with the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and United Hospital to provide trauma-responsive practices to the child/adolescent and adult mental health units.

She is the co-author of “Moving Mountains: An Integrative Manual to Help Youth with Intensity, Reactivity, and Anxiety,” and of the Teen Resiliency Program with Henry Emmons, MD; Timothy Culbert, MD; and associates. Flaminio has been a keynote speaker or presenter for more than 100 organizations and national conferences.