MBLC Teaching Skills Retreat

7:00pm 25 July 2017 - 12:30pm 30 July 2017

Cost: £400.00

Venue: Samye Ling

This retreat is now fully booked, to be added to the waiting list please contact info@mindfulnessassociation.net

Mindfulness Association’s Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC) Teaching Skills Retreat. 

This course can be booked on completion of the Introduction to Teaching Skills modules.

The tutors will be Heather Regan-Addis, Barbara Reid and Kathy White-Webster.

This retreat fee is £400.00 including manual.

This is an in-depth training retreat over five days exploring each of the stages of the MBLC 8 week course (MBLC Courses) There will be strong focus on participants getting ‘hands on’ experience of giving presentations, leading guided practices and inquiry on each of the stages of the 8 week course with detailed feedback by the workshop tutors. This course is also suitable for those who have trained to teach Mindfulness with one of the other organisations within the UK Network and who would like to teach the MA’s MBLC course.

The rationale behind this retreat is to go through the 8 week course in a step by step manner ensuring that participants understand the rationales behind the practices and the way they fit together as a whole, and have experience in actually delivering them. 

Feedback from participants and tutors on this course is given with reference to the domains of the 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 making an assessment and 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.

During this course participants receive the curriculum and detailed lesson plans of the MBLC, the course manual, which they can copy and hand out to their course participants, as well as access to the audio of guided practices for the training. It is recommended that teachers who train with us are members of the Mindfulness Association. This enables them to access the audio and the most up to date manual and curriculum. Therefore, participants have all they need to begin to deliver the MBLC course by the end of this retreat.

The course starts at 7pm on Tuesday 25th July and ends after lunch on Sunday 30th July .

If you have any enquiries about this course please write to info@mindfulnessassociation.net.

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