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The Story of Us: Meet Elizabeth from Bon Education

Elizabeth Graff is the Education Program Content Developer at Bon Education. She joined the team in June of 2016. Elizabeth currently lives in Chicago, but she has studied and lived in multiple locations across the United States. What is your role at Bon Education? My official title at Bon is Education Program Content Developer. I [...]

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The Story of Us: Meet Anna from Bon Education

Anna Batchelder is the co-founder and CEO of Bon Education. She started the learning and development company in 2009 in Dubai after living, working and traveling throughout North America, Asia and the Middle East. Anna is a regular contributor to The Learning Journey blog. What is your role at Bon Education? I am CEO (Chief [...]

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Teaching at the Energetic Level (Step 1: Notice the Energy)

I spend a lot of time with yogis, dancers and coaches, and a topic that frequently comes up in our conversations is energy. “Is your practice sustaining your energy or depleting it?” is a topic Yogi Sienna Sherman delves into in this powerful YogaGlo practice. “Dance the energy of chaos!” is a statement I regularly [...]

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Learning That Sticks

As I come to the end of my 3-year professional coaching certification program journey, my supervisor left me with a final parting piece of advice, “Really see your clients…And, give them an experience when they work with you! This will create impressions that last a lifetime.” Ah…So true! So, what does this advice really mean [...]

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Finding the Balance with Yoga

What do you do to de-stress after a long day at work? Some people listen to music, others go for a run. Anna, co-founder of Bon Education, practices vinyasa flow yoga. In fact, for many, yoga is the ultimate way to unwind since it focuses on simultaneously relaxing and strengthening the body, mind and spirit. [...]

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Revelations on Teaching and Learning from a Yoga Mat

In 2010, while on a trip to Beijing, I met a Chinese woman (age 19) who was studying to become a professional golfer. I marveled at the way she spoke about golf – she described every minute on the golf course as a moment of infinite possibility. “There are so many things to consider – [...]

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Welcome to The Learning Journey!

Life and personal awareness are two of our most profound teachers. With the kickoff of our new blog, The Learning Journey, we are excited to share photos and reflections from our work in “the field” and to explore what it means to build a personal learning practice. This month, Chris talks about his work facilitating [...]

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