A mentoring program is ideal for ongoing professional development and for gaining invaluable insight beyond your own training and experience. It offers a supportive environment, guidance from a mentor as well as the opportunity to nurture connections to an awesome community of like-minded yogis.
The course has been designed for yoga teachers interested in guiding meditation within their class and community, or with a personal interest in meditation.
The aim of the training is to provide participants with instructional skills, advanced understanding and personal experience, in order to successfully lead and facilitate group and individual meditation classes. Training includes instruction, class notes, homework and research components, PowerPoint teaching methods, reading and video links - and lots of practice. A period of ‘noble silence’ will be scheduled within each module to support personal practice and to explore challenges and insights. Completion of relevant course work and assignments is required to finish the course successfully.
The 6 modules are:
About the mentor, Sarah Fletcher:
Sarah has been meditating for more than 20 years, exploring a range of techniques and traditions ~ believing that meditation is a life skill that everyone should learn.
For more information or to receive the program info pack, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$1380 for all 6 modules.
The deposit of $500 (already part of the fee) is due at the acceptance of the application. The balance can be paid in 4 equal installments (10 March, 10 April, 10 May, 10 June). Payments can be made by credit card online, over the phone or via EFT.
Any cancellations will incur an administrative fee of $150. After 20 February 2014 the deposit (minus admin fee) will only be refunded, if your place can be refilled.
To foster a sense of community among the mentees, and to create a supportive environment for practicing the teachings of the mentorship program, Ihana Yoga will offer discounted class rates for the mentees during the mentorship program (March – September 2014):