May I Be Happy

by Bold Apps October 02, 2017 0 Comments

Mindfulness in the Classroom and Beyond. An amazing feature-length documentary by Eric Georgeault and Hélène Walter is due to be released IN LOS ANGELES OCT 9!



A feature-length documentary by Eric Georgeault and Hélène Walter MAY I BE HAPPY reveals the significance of mindfulness practice in transforming the lives of young people.

Through poetic cinematography and sequences of teachers leading sensitive or boisterous practices to kids from different backgrounds, the film brings awareness to the benefits of mindfulness as a way out of violence and suffering, and as an attainable solution for younger generations.

This full-length feature documentary captures the very real challenges American children face, whether in elite private schools, public schools, on the streets or in juvenile detention centres.


Hearing the frustration of dedicated educators who find ways to teach from the heart, and seeing their optimistic work with youth is an uplifting experience.Interviews with teachers and leaders in the field of mindfulness research and education, including Dr Dan Siegel and Vinny Ferraro, also offer insights into the growing practice of mindfulness in education.

MAY I BE HAPPY Covers varying approaches to mindfulness by a range of San Francisco Bay Area programs, and reminds us of our children's natural capacity for wellbeing, resilience and happiness.

Source: MAY I BE HAPPY - Trailer from TAMA, Eric Georgeault on Vimeo.

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