Stephanie Letourneau, M.Ed is a public school teacher with 20+ years experience. She earned a masters degree in Reading K-12 from Endicott College and continued her education in Mindfulness through Mindful Schools. In addition to teaching elementary school, she also is an adjunct professor for Merrimack College. There she can share her love of mindfulness with future teachers and guidance counselors.
It was through her then 7 year old daughter’s therapist when Stephanie first heard of Mindfulness. Her research started as a way to support her children. Seeing how it really enhanced her family life, she passionately studied how she could use this in the classroom.
Since, she has done over 50 demo lessons in Methuen Public Schools in grades k-6 and has reached over 500 students. She has held workshops and professional development seminars for teachers, parents, and the public. She enjoys going on multi-day retreats as well as practicing with a group of other Mindfulness Instructors from all over the world.
One of Stephanie’s favorite things to do is to find and spread joy through her mindfulness practices. She is an active member of her community and serves on several service programs, including Merrimack Valley Partners in Service and Debbie’s Treasure Chest.
In addition to being certified through Mindful Schools, her Massachusetts certifications include Reading k-12, Elementary 1-6, and Health and Family Consumer Science k-12.
Liz Fulks, M.Ed is a middle school Health Educator with over 20 years experience teaching health and wellness. She began her company TriHealth Wellness after receiving her Health Coaching certification, supporting women over 40 in their weight loss journey.
Through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, Liz was introduced to whole health strategies that have helped her personally. She carries her experience and expertise into programs, workshops and day to day education of those who seek her support. She has helped multiple women build healthy eating and exercise habits, lose weight and improve upon preventable health conditions.
Liz also works as a personal trainer and yoga instructor and provides workshops and parties to educate others about essential oils. She is also an advocate of environmental health, sharing her passion for reducing the use of chemicals in cleaning and beauty products as well as one time use plastics.
In her spare time, Liz enjoys the outdoors hiking, biking and kayaking, creating and crafting handmade gifts, reading up on the latest health and wellness trends and spending time with her husband, two boys and rescue pup.