News & Blog
Mindful Teaching: Stories from the Classroom Posted on: July 7, 2016
Written by Rebecca McConnell, R&W Intern
Our Mindful Birthing Story in the Philadelphia Inquirer Posted on: January 1, 2016
From Snapchat Addict to Mindfulness Practitioner: An Interview with a High School Senior Posted on: June 6, 2015
Below is an interview with Mel Friedel, a Lower Merion High School student who studied mindfulness for her senior project under the guidance of Roots & Wings.
Roots & Wings on 6ABC News! Posted on: May 5, 2015
In October of 2014 we participated in an anti-violence fair in memory of a local high school student who lost her life in a senseless act of violence. Take a moment to watch the clip in which Roots & Wing's Burton Mills is interviewed.
The Beep in the Basement Posted on: April 4, 2015
I live in Philadelphia. And when you live in Philadelphia, you do not get a choice in who supplies your cable. Without naming names, this behemoth company dominates the market. And the customer service is sub par.
A string. A quarter. A rock. Posted on: April 4, 2015
Maybe you are among those of us who have tried meditation as part of your healthy living routine. Maybe you have found some benefit from meditating, even if you can’t sit down for an entire twenty minutes without a phone, a baby, or a pot on the stove needing your attention.
Getting Sucked In: Confessions of a Mindfulness Teacher Posted on: April 4, 2015
Last week I met with my colleague in a quaint little coffee shoppe in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. We sat together discussing our research, eating croissants, and tippity-tapping on our MacBooks. After an hour-and-a-half or so we were on our way to our next appointments.