How to Teach and Lead Meditation

How to Teach and Lead Meditation

Workshop
Saturday, April 9, 2016 - 10:30
Spiritual
Wellbeing
Educational
Inspiring
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William Bloom PhD is one of Britain’s most experienced mind-body-spirit educators, with over thirty years of training people in this area.
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In this workshop, William Bloom will teach the core concepts and strategies for leading people into silence.

During the day you will be given a holistic and modern perspective on the major meditation forms. These include Vippasana, Zen, mindfulness, TM, guided visualisations, mantras, mandalas, raja and agni yoga, journeying, seed thoughts, inner dialogue, deep relaxation, healing and prayer. You will clarify the chemistry, psychology and health benefits of meditation.

 

You will learn how to

  • Prepare for leading and teaching
  • Clarify the purpose of the meditation
  • Guide the meditation
  • Use appropriate words and tone
  • Enable grounding, posture and breath
  • Close the session.

We know that groups and individuals benefit greatly from quiet time making this a crucial training if you have a calling to lead people into calm space.

About the speaker, William Bloom

William Bloom Ph.D. is one of Britain’s leading authors and educators in modern spirituality and a holistic approach to individual and community wellbeing.

His bestselling books include The Endorphin Effect, Feeling Safe and The Power of Modern Spirituality.
He is director of the Spiritual Companions Trust and recently created the first UK Ofqual accredited Diploma in Practical Spirituality and Wellness. 

He spent 30 years on the faculty of the Findhorn Foundation. His books include The Endorphin Effect and The Power of Modern Spirituality.

Timetable: 
10.00
Doors open
10.30
Workshop commences
17.00
Workshop ends
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