Every action of a teacher inside and outside the classroom has a profound impact on a student, not just for a few days but for decades. Most of us remember our school teachers well into adulthood. At The Aha Movement, we realise that for us to have a healthy and peaceful world, teachers need to be supported with training that goes beyond the curriculum. They have a critical role in the way that young learners will evolve over time. Children are great imitators, and their behaviour is largely shaped by how they see their care-giver or teacher responding to situations in real life. Teachers are instrumental in raising confident, centred and joyful children.

Our current education practices are primarily focused on developing the left brain through logic, analytics and reasoning. However, the right side of the child’s brain which stores the intuitive and creative abilities is not nurtured enough. A change in the utilization of both sides of the brain is the need of the hour. This practice will help a child realise his/her highest potential. When teachers are aware of the deep wisdom and tremendous potential within themselves, they are able to effortlessly channelise the child’s energy to bring about a holistic development.

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Through workshops and personal coaching, The Aha Movement supports teachers in refining and / or redefining their approach to bring peaceful and joyous adults into our world. Besides, we offer consultations and coaching for school leadership, to help them transform and implement new age practices for resolving issues related to attrition, conflicts, motivation and student outcomes, amongst many others.


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  • Ability to teach with better awareness, happiness and joy
  • Helping teachers overcome challenges and crisis
  • Improvement of self-confidence
  • Learning to manage your emotions and responses
  • Building a conscious understanding of how good teaching and bad teaching has an impact on students
  • Helping teachers become more tolerant of and better able to handle childrens’ behavior