Corinne Krill, M.A., teaches stress-reduction techniques to adults and children of all ages and abilities through mindfulness, breath and movement, with a particular emphasis on teens and young adults with anxiety, depression and trauma. She leads a bi-weekly IMCW Teen Mindfulness Group in Arlington, VA and regularly teaches in the IMCW Family program in day-long and residential retreats. Corinne has led thousands of young people and adults in private and public settings using an integrative approach to teaching mindfulness practices in order to strengthen skills in awareness and compassion and lead healthier lives.
From 2013-2017, Corinne worked with MINDS Inc., a Washington, DC-based non-profit that brings mindfulness practices to educational settings. In her role as Director of Operations and trainer, Corinne built and directed programming for MINDS in the northern Virginia region serving over 10 private and public schools, including 3,000 students and 600 adults.
Corinne is currently an adjunct professor teaching at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University and has a private practice in McLean, VA. Since 2014, Corinne has served as a retreat manager and mentor for iBme (Inward Bound Mindfulness Education). From 2014-2017, Corinne co-taught Bringing Mindfulness to Life, an IMCW year-long program led by Trisha Stotler.
Corinne has completed a year-long mindfulness training with iBme focusing on adolescents and young adults, Compassion Cultivation Training (Stanford), Mindful Self-Compassion with Chris Germer & Kristen Neff, Peace Making Circles with Kay Praniss and Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness with David Treleaven and is certified in MBSR-T (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens) . In addition, she has a Masters Level Reiki certification from GW Center for Integrative Health. She regularly designs and delivers trainings at national and regional conferences such as Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors, the Women’s Center and the National Kids Yoga Conference.