MEDITATION TEACHER

Teaching meditation to others

10 sessions held monthly at £20 instalments

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MEDITATION LEADER COURSE

Meditation Teacher

Learn different meditation techniques to instruct others on how to silence the mind. I will show you various ways you can help healing clients and direct meditation groups. Develop confidence in using your voice to lead others on a meditation journey. Experience practical sessions where you guide class group members in meditation of your choice.  Each session includes practice & theory meditation methods for clients, groups & personal use. We will cover meditation styles of breathing, sound, mindful, chakra, mantra, crystal, transcending, visual & guided and others. Understanding responsibility of a group leader, clients, insurance, location & setting the scene.  

Students will demonstrate verbal guided meditation to others in the class as part of the course.


Includes: Full colour manual, meditation cards &

qualification certificate.

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BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

Has been proven to help people with ...

Helps remove stress & anxiety
Increased creativity and intelligence
Eases depression
Improve learning ability, moral
Reduced irritability and moodiness
Feelings of vitality and rejuvenation
Develop self-esteem & confidence
Reduces panic attacks.
Overall mental & physical well-being

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MINDFULNESS

Meditation is a practice that gives balance physically, emotionally and mentally. Today, people are using meditation to treat anxiety, stress, and depression. To silence the mind in meditation helps a person to remove stress and enables them to think clearly so they make better decisions. A worried negative mind creates confusion and the ‘fight or flight’ reflex, where often the person becomes unwell mentally and physically. While primitive people needed this response in hunting situations, today it is the reason for many of our everyday stresses. During meditation, blood flow is directed to the parasympathetic nervous system instead. This is the part of the brain that triggers relaxation, a slower pulse and energy conservation. Meditation has been successfully used to help people quit smoking, conquer drug and alcohol addictions, reduce blood pressure and reduce symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome and menopause. Meditation aids in lowering heart rate and blood pressure by slowing down breathing, which reduces the amount of oxygen needed. Along with the mind, muscles gently relax. “Some experts have compared it to a ‘reset button’ for your body.” The medical profession is accepting relaxation techniques such as meditation are beneficial for patient’s well-being by aiding their recovery from illness. As more scientific knowledge is gathered, meditation will become a more accurately and frequently prescribed treatment.

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Healing meditation

Meditation is a practice that gives balance physically, emotionally and mentally. Today, people are using meditation to treat anxiety, stress, and depression. To silence the mind in meditation helps a person to remove stress and enables them to think clearly so they make better decisions. A worried negative mind creates confusion and the ‘fight or flight’ reflex, where often the person becomes unwell mentally and physically. While primitive people needed this response in hunting situations, today it is the reason for many of our everyday stresses. During meditation, blood flow is directed to the parasympathetic nervous system instead. This is the part of the brain that triggers relaxation, a slower pulse and energy conservation. Meditation has been successfully used to help people quit smoking, conquer drug and alcohol addictions, reduce blood pressure and reduce symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome and menopause. Meditation aids in lowering heart rate and blood pressure by slowing down breathing, which reduces the amount of oxygen needed. Along with the mind, muscles gently relax. “Some experts have compared it to a ‘reset button’ for your body.” The medical profession is accepting relaxation techniques such as meditation are beneficial for patient’s well-being by aiding their recovery from illness. As more scientific knowledge is gathered, meditation will become a more accurately and frequently prescribed treatment.