WHO ARE WE?

The NaliniKIDS team is made up of out-of-the-box thinkers who also happen to be educators – we care about others and also appreciate a well-managed classroom and easy logistics : )

The NaliniKIDS team is made up of out-of-the-box thinkers who also happen to be educators – we care about others and also appreciate a well-managed classroom and easy logistics : )

The NaliniKIDS team is made up of out-of-the-box thinkers who also happen to be educators – we care about others and also appreciate a well-managed classroom and easy logistics : )

The NaliniKIDS team is made up of out-of-the-box thinkers who also happen to be educators – we care about others and also appreciate a well-managed classroom and easy logistics : )

The NaliniKIDS team is made up of out-of-the-box thinkers who also happen to be educators – we care about others and also appreciate a well-managed classroom and easy logistics : )

We know how to get into our own personal state of connectivity, and it looks different for each of us. Physically, some of us like to play basketball, some of us like yoga, some like to box, and some of us like to run. Emotionally, some of us like to read, some of us like to talk, some of us like quiet time, and some of us like to draw. We keep ourselves accountable and make sure we have healthy connections to ourselves, and each other.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We’d love to hear from you, email us at info@nalinikids.org.

We know how to get into our own personal state of connectivity, and it looks different for each of us. Physically, some of us like to play basketball, some of us like yoga, some like to box, and some of us like to run. Emotionally, some of us like to read, some of us like to talk, some of us like quiet time, and some of us like to draw. We keep ourselves accountable and make sure we have healthy connections to ourselves, and each other.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We’d love to hear from you, email us at info@nalinikids.org.

We know how to get into our own personal state of connectivity, and it looks different for each of us. Physically, some of us like to play basketball, some of us like yoga, some like to box, and some of us like to run. Emotionally, some of us like to read, some of us like to talk, some of us like quiet time, and some of us like to draw. We keep ourselves accountable and make sure we have healthy connections to ourselves, and each other.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We’d love to hear from you, email us at info@nalinikids.org.

We know how to get into our own personal state of connectivity, and it looks different for each of us. Physically, some of us like to play basketball, some of us like yoga, some like to box, and some of us like to run. Emotionally, some of us like to read, some of us like to talk, some of us like quiet time, and some of us like to draw. We keep ourselves accountable and make sure we have healthy connections to ourselves, and each other.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We’d love to hear from you, email us at info@nalinikids.org.

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