Teaching Level Two: Mindfulness Based Living Course Retreat (MBLC)

3:00pm 16 July 2019 - 12:30pm 21 July 2019

Cost: £430.00

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, Chloe Homewood, Choden and Jane Negrych

This is an in-depth training retreat over five days exploring each of the stages of the MBLC 8-week course.¬†There is a strong focus on participants getting ‚Äėhands on‚Äô experience of delivering course.¬†This course explores the rationales behind the practices¬†and the way they fit together as a whole.¬†¬†It is suitable for those who have completed Teaching Level¬†1 and then 6 months of informal teaching practice under¬†supervision. It is also suitable for trained Mindfulness¬†teachers of other approaches, such as MBSR and MBCT,¬†who are familiar through practice with the MBLC course¬†curriculum.

Feedback from participants and tutors on this course is given with reference to the domains of the Mindfulness Based Interventions Teaching Assessment Criteria (MBI-TAC), which are explored during this retreat. Live sessions delivered by the participants will be self-assessed by the participants and discussed with tutors who will also make an assessment. Participants meeting the advanced beginner level of the MBI-TAC will be awarded a certificate of readiness to teach the MBLC at the end of this retreat. Successful completion of this retreat provides participants with all they need to begin to deliver the MBLC 8 week course.

Times: The retreat starts at 3pm on Tuesday 16th July 2019 and ends after lunch on Sunday 21st July 2019

Cost: £430.00 including manual. If you cancel this retreat less than eight weeks before the start date your retreat fee will not be refunded. However it may be possible to transfer to a subsequent retreat for an administrative fee of £100.00.

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