Meditation Teacher Training Courses from the British School of Meditation
Courses at the Isbourne Holistic Centre in Cheltenham with experienced teachers Mary Pearson and Helen Galpin
Looking to train as a meditation teacher?
This exciting course has been developed with you in mind, providing you with expert training accredited by OCNSWR. This qualification is recognised nationally by an organisation regulated by the Government agency, OFQUAL.
Meditation – is this the answer to many of the problems of modern day life? Meditate and be calm could be a mantra for modern day living.
“Suppose you read about a pill that you could take once a day to reduce anxiety and increase your contentment. Would you take it? Suppose further that the pill has a great variety of side effects, all of them good: increased self-esteem, empathy, and trust; it even improves memory. Suppose, finally, that the pill is all natural and costs nothing. Now would you take it? The pill exists. It is meditation.” The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonanthan Haidt
Learning how to meditate can transform your life and the life of others.
Today more and more people are becoming interested in learning how to meditate. Stress is a huge problem in today’s frantic world and one of the best antidotes to stress is to be found in the practice of meditation.
The British School of Meditation based in Cheltenham has been established to meet this growing need and help you to become a meditation teacher. The practical course is taught by Helen Galpin and Mary Pearson who between them have a wealth of experience and expertise in teaching people how to meditate.
If you want to teach others to meditate this is the course for you.
Do you want to become a meditation teacher?
Meditation teacher training began in November 2011 in Cheltenham at the Isbourne Holistic Centre.
On the course you will learn the tools you need to help you on your journey to becoming a meditation teacher. You will be given expert instruction on how to become a meditation teacher from two experienced teachers.
‘Both of our teachers, Mary and Helen, are good examples of what happens when you bring meditation into your life. They are calm, warm and empathetic teachers. Because they are also grounded, practical, efficient and organised individuals they have been able to realise their dream of creating the British School of Meditation to train good teachers to ensure more people can attend meditation classes.’ Lesley O’Neill, student on the first Meditation Teacher Course
Want to teach meditation? On this five day face to face training course you will learn how to teach meditation. The course consists of five units covering all aspects of becoming a meditation teacher.
Unit One studies the benefits of meditation
Unit Two looks at the scientific evidence to support the benefits of a daily meditation practice
Unit Three looks at types and techniques of meditation
Unit Four asks students to demonstrate their ability to lead a meditation session and give a talk about the benefits of meditation
Unit Five looks at how students can develop a meditation business
In addition to the training days students are asked to submit several pieces of written work to qualify for their certificate.
Meditation teacher training courses with the British School of Meditation will help you to become fully equipped to teach your own meditation courses. Mary Pearson and Helen Galpin, the tutors on the course have years of experience in teaching meditation courses and welcome the opportunity to share that experience and expertise with you.
The British School of Meditation is recognised by OCNSWR as an accredited provider of Meditation Teacher Training. OCNSWR is regulated by Ofqual.