Teaching Level One: Introduction to Teaching Skills - Part Two

7:00pm 13 September 2019 - 3:30pm 15 September 2019

Cost: £360.00

Venue: Samye Ling

Please contact info@mindfulnessassociation.net for the booking link

Once your course place has been confirmed please book your accommodation at Samye Ling by clicking here.

The tutors will be Heather Regan- Addis, Kristine Janson, Jane Negrych and Tina Gilbert.

  • This course provides training in the key teaching skills of guiding the core mindfulness practices from the¬†Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC)¬†and leading enquiry.
  • This course provides participants with¬†opportunities to lead guided practices and¬†enquiry with fellow participants in a safe¬†environment. Feedback will be provided in¬†weekend two by fellow participants.
  • It is designed for those who have completed at¬†least the¬†Mindfulness Level 1 training¬†and is a¬†foundation for those who wish to go on to do¬†the¬†MBLC teaching skills retreat¬†to learn to¬†teach our¬†8 week MBLC course.
  • This course takes place over two weekends spread out over a three month period and aims to¬†support participants to begin developing a safe and effective mindfulness teaching practice.
  • The course emphasises the requirement for facilitators to be able to embody mindfulness and¬†compassion while facilitating secular mindfulness training courses. The key skill is learning to stay¬†fully present as you lead guided practices and enquiry. This skill depends entirely upon a sustained¬†and regular personal mindfulness practice.

This course will be held over two weekends 21-23 June 2019 and 13-15 September 2019
The weekend begins at 7pm (evening meal at 6pm) on the Friday evening, between 8am and 8pm on Saturday and between 8am and 3.30pm on a Sunday.

Cost: £360.00 for two weekends, including manuals, payable in two monthly installments of £180.

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