Creates focus.

Provides a safe environment for your students.

Makes you a kinder teacher.

Creates a sense of calm and stillness in your mind.

Provides a feeling of relaxation that spills over into other areas of your life.

Means that there is at least one sanctuary in your life.

Reminds you to slow down and be present in the moment.

Reduces stress and tension.

Allows you to access the spiritual side of teaching and be more in touch with your calling.

Opens up your mind so that good, better, best ideas for lessons will shine through.

Increases the chances that “crash and burn” lessons will bother you less.

Ensures that when an administrator calls you to the office you can say, “I got this.”

Generates an atmosphere where both student and teacher can risk and not worry about failure.

Allows you to fail.

Gives you a healthier way to deal with all those things that are not your circuses, not your monkeys.

Feels good.

It feels good.

Yeah, it feels good. TZT