About Nancy Siegel, M.A., E-RYT, RCYT

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​​Nancy is a nationally recognized presenter, trainer and instructor in mindfulness and children’s yoga.  She has more than 25 years of experience practicing yoga, mindfulness and teaching children’s yoga.  She began her career in the early childhood classroom and currently is an Educational Consultant specializing in mindfulness education and children’s yoga teacher training.  

Nancy has created and implemented educationally based and yoga inspired programming that has resonated with school leaders, educators, parents and children.  In her work with educators she advocates, nurtures and supports teacher learning, development and growth.   With a focus on mindfulness in the classroom, successful classroom management, teacher social emotional competence, as well as student social emotional development Nancy's track record shows she knows what it takes to make a good teacher great and a great teacher even greater. 

Nancy founded and directed Nesheemah Yoga Center (breath in Hebrew). Outgrowths of the yoga center include CADDY Camp and Nesheemah Kids Yoga Teacher Training (NKYTT).  CADDY Camp, which stands for Circus, Art, Drama, Dance and Yoga, was a creative arts camp that Nancy created and directed for 10 years for 6-11 yr. olds. NKYTT is a 95-hr. Yoga Alliance Accredited Children’s Yoga Teacher Training and is a RCYS (Registered Children’s Yoga School).


In 2017, Nancy kicked-off her program for executives, Lead, Women, an online community of women leaders providing resources to support career goals, personal aspirations, and practicing mindfulness. 2018 saw the Lead, Women Virtual Summit: What Women in Tech, Politics + Entertainment Are Saying About Career, Men and Keeping Your Sanity. Check it out here!


Nancy has an M.A. in Educational Leadership, completed Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training,  holds E-RYT-200 as well as RCYT Yoga Alliance accreditations and is a Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher Trainer.  


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