Train to Introduce Mindfulness Information Session – Saturday
1 hour session
This hour-long online session will introduce our 10 day training, Train to Introduce Mindfulness.
Train to Introduce Mindfulness is designed to provide skills and competencies to people working in settings where they would like to offer mindfulness practices but not teach a full 8-week course. It equips trainees with the skills to deliver the 3-session Introducing Mindfulness (IM) curriculum, which offers a brief taste of mindfulness practice and theory. You will also to be able to offer practices outside of the structured course to those you are engaging with in day to day life.
This is not an Introduction to Mindfulness session (please visit our ‘Learn Mindfulness’ section of the website for those sessions).
Ideally you will have completed a teacher-led 8-week Mindfulness for Life, Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction or Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBSR, MBCT or MBCT-L) course before you join this session, to be able to contribute fully. A question and answer section will be included, however the number of people joining each session will impact on how much interaction and space there is for individual questions
What will I do on this course?In this one-hour session you will join a group of people from all over the world who are interested in hearing more about Train to Introduce Mindfulness.
Learning OutcomesYou will be introduced to an overview of the training and understand the entry criteria and training content.
About the Teachers
I’m a mindfulness teacher, trainer and supervisor, and Co-Director of Teaching and Training at the OMF. Prior to becoming Co-Director, I was the OMF’s Global Partnerships Lead responsible for developing our international collaborations and partnerships with leading universities and workplaces to train the next generation of mindfulness teachers and ambassadors. Read more here
I am a Business Professional, Trained and Certified Mindfulness Supervisor and Teacher, Mental Health First Aider and Agile Thought Leader who has worked in and with some of the largest and most well known brands. I lead the mindfulness practice/program at a large fortunate 400 information technology multinational where I am also an Assoicate Director in the Corporate Health and Safety Business Unit, and part of the leadership board for our Coaching Community. "We have to remember " ... read more here