The Sonima Foundation offers dynamic health and wellness programs to schools and communities. Founded in 2011, the organization serves over 15,000 children grades K-12 across 34 schools in California, New York, Florida, and Texas. Programs are scheduled to launch in Palo Alto, California in partnership with Stanford University in January 2015.
Sonima Health and Wellness curriculum provides children with skills that have been shown to minimize stress, lower incidences of bullying and violence, and improve school attendance and academic performance. Programmatic offerings consist of: best practices in health and wellness, including yoga based exercises; mindfulness practices; and nutrition education.
The Sonima Foundation supports parents, educators, and community leaders who work to provide children with the tools they need to successfully navigate the challenges and opportunities of an uncertain future. The organization partners with educators to deliver cost effective health and wellness programs designed to provide students with techniques, habits, and training for lifelong health and wellness.
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Sonima Foundation Board Member
“The same wisdom principle, that in helping others we help ourselves, could change the world. That’s why I feel so dedicated to the Sonima Foundation, because they have taken an idea close to my heart — the wellbeing of children — and expanded it. Through a groundbreaking health and wellness program, the foundation is creating the leaders of the future who will be healthy in body, mind, and spirit.”