Kathy Flaminio, MSW, LGSW, E-RYT 200

Taking Care of You: Self-Care Strategies for Mind, Body, and Heart

This is an experiential workshop in which participants will integrate simple mind-body strategies for increasing energy, decreasing stress, and cultivating self-confidence. This 60-minute session will enable participants to deepen their understanding of the impact of stress and distress on their minds, bodies, and hearts, and allow them to explore the five S’s of self-care. Through hands-on learning, reflection, and dialogue, participants will experience breathing exercises, regulating movement and relaxation practices to incorporate into their personal and professional lives, allowing them to reimagine the possible.


Kathy FlaminioKathy Flaminio is the CEO and founder of Move Mindfully, a training and consulting company on the science of mindfulness, movement, and social/emotional learning. Flaminio holds a master’s degree in social work, has over 20 years of experience in schools, and was adjunct faculty for Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Flaminio has trained over 50,000 professionals in mindfulness, movement, and social-emotional strategies and has partnered with the M Health University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, United Hospital, and Hastings Juvenile Services to provide trauma-responsive practices to the child/adolescent and adult mental health units. She is 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 and/or presenter for more than 200 organizations and national conferences.