Teaching Mindful Movement Module Two
Dates: April 26, 2013 - April 28, 2013
Venue: Samye Ling
Course Leader: Mindfulness Association Ltd
Price: £100 (per module)
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The course begins at 7pm on Friday 26 April and ends at 3pm on Sunday 28 April 2013 and will be led by Sue Weston and Fay Adams.
This teaching mindful movement module is the second of two modules and is only available to those who have completed the first module. A certificate of completion will be awarded to those who complete both modules.
This course introduces mindfulness teachers to basic movement and its psychological implications. The course, held over two weekends two months apart is experiential: practice, discussion, reflection and information on how to work mindfully, clearly, safely, openly and kindly with our own and other's unreliable bodies.
At the end of the first weekend it is hoped that each participant will have embodied a set of safe, simple and gentle - yet powerful - movements for them to explore in their own practice and to offer to their groups. The second weekend will go deeper and introduce other aspects of delivering mindful movement as well as exploring the experience gained by participants between the sessions.
It may be that you already have a movement practice but have yet to discover a seamless link between this and Mindfulness practice - if so, this course will be helpful and illuminating.
The small group of participants will be offered insight into working safely with differing ages and conditions, facing their own and other's projections and setting up support systems between the two weekends. This Teaching Skills course is aimed at anyone who has completed Teaching Skills training with the Mindfulness Association (including on the University of Aberdeen MSc program) and who would like to develop their mindful movement teaching skills as a facilitator of secular Mindfulness training courses.
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