SMILES Sharing and Caring Circle for Global Wellbeing using
the Power of the Collective Affirmations
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SMILES in Life Foundation is a Non-Government, Not for Profit, Global Social initiative to promote physical, mental and emotional well-being for everyone be it students, educators, home-makers or other professionals. SMILES stands for Stressfree Motivating Inquisitive Learning Eco System.
"SMILES in Life" program integrates short & easy well-being techniques with daily routine to relax our body, get peace of mind and happiness of heart. It generates an intrinsic motivation to enjoy stress free, healthy and compassionate way of learning & working.
Our SMILES in Education has been recognized as "Top 100 Global Innovations in Education for 2020 & 2019" during the Innovation Summit held in Helsinki, Finland for 2 consecutive years ...
PILLERS OF OUR PROGRAM
This program trains teachers and students to easily integrate mindfulness with activity based learning to have joyful, compassionate and productive classrooms. Read more...
We conduct workshops and seminars for school management, parents and students too.
Group workshops for professionals both online and in-person to integrate mindfulness and well-being techniques with their work and personal life. This improves individual well-being and develops a healthy and compassionate work culture resulting in improved productivity and talent retention.
SMILES IN WORK
FOR PROFESSIONALS AND WORKERS
Awarded for innovation by Kiran Bedi at 7TH ED Leadership International Round table 2014, Lucknow, India.
Awarded for innovation to imbibe values in students at school by Chief Minister of Maharashtra, India at at Principals' Conference 2015 on 18th Dec., 2015.
In the News
The Global Search For Education: S.M.I.L.E.S.
CMRubinWorld.com Nov. 25, 2019 | BY C.M. Rubin
Recap of the HundrED Masterclass Day on Wellbeing at the Helsinki Education Week
Hundred.org Nov. 5, 2019 | BY KATIJA ALADIN
Hundred.org Oct. 1, 2019 | BY JOSEPHINE LISTER