Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher Diploma
Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher Diploma, Mindfulness, Meditation, Teaching, Personal Growth, Improving and Enhancing Lives.
Mindfulness and Meditation Teaching Diploma
Research has shown that 20 to 30 minutes of meditation and the practice of mindfulness a day will boost your health and intelligence, reduce your stress levels, enable self-control, objectivity, tolerance, and flexibility, improve your concentration, encourage equanimity, improve mental clarity, and enhance emotional intelligence. This practice has been proven to positively influence social engagement with others, increase the ability of kindness to self and others, and influence individuals to be more accepting and compassionate.
There is a massive demand for meditation and mindfulness teaching these days, both for individuals who are seeking personal, emotional, and financial growth, as well as big companies like Microsoft, Google, and the NHS. These companies understand the benefits of this practice and take every measure to ensure the well-being of their staff.
It is therefore only reasonable to study this course because the practice of mindfulness and meditation will make you more stress-free in your work environment, make you feel more relaxed in any given situation you find yourself in, and this practice will enhance your focus in all your endeavors. In turn, you will begin to grow in efficiency in your personal, emotional, financial, physical, and social life.
Our mindfulness and meditation teaching diploma has been designed for people who wish to learn more about this topic, incorporate the practice of this lifestyle into their daily lives, and for those who wish to become meditation and mindfulness teachers. This course can be taken online from the comfort of your home without any time limit to suit the individual.
The practice is being taught by many educational institutions like Oxford University, Imperial College, Westminster University, Kids Company, The National Health Service, etc.
Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation:
Studies and Research show that mindfulness and meditation help with stress and depression.
An increase in self-awareness can be achieved with daily practice.
It aids to help people to stay in the present.
A reduction in negative emotions can be achieved.
Increase in patience and tolerance of self and others.
This way of life Enhances good sleep and weight loss.
This practice aids in the management of chronic conditions.
It helps in decreasing loneliness, especially among seniors.
The practice of mindfulness and meditation helps to increase the attention span.
It reduces anxiety and panic.
Aids in the decrease of cognitive decline.
Who should study this course?
This course has been designed for anyone willing to incorporate this practice into their daily living, as well as for those who would love to share their knowledge, individuals or companies who would like to experience the life-changing benefits of this ancient practice, to benefit from lasting well-being, enhanced mental, physical, and emotional health, and expanded levels of consciousness. Also, for individuals who would wish to work for themselves, by running a mindfulness and meditation business. The course covers the ancient history of this practice, the researched science behind this practice, mindfulness and meditation statistics, the four components of mindfulness, different types of meditation, running your meditation business, teaching styles, teaching meditation to school children, and much more.
‘Working for the NHS as a junior doctor means very long hours and high levels of stress. This program has equipped me with so much knowledge on how to better look after myself, and I have taken great pleasure in teaching my friends and colleagues one Saturday a month. Saying I am grateful for the combination of these two programs would be an understatement. Thank you Cotswold House of Education.’ Freja.
Module 1a: An Introduction to Mindfulness
1.2 A more in-depth knowledge
1.3 A researched history
1.4 The researched science behind Mindfulness
1.6 Recommended reading
Module 1b: An Introduction to Meditation
1.1 What is meditation?
1.2 A researched history
1.3 The researched origin of Meditation
1.4 Meditation in the modern world
1.5 The Relationship between Psychology, biology, and Meditation
1.6 Recommended reading
Module 2a: The Four Components of Mindfulness and something else!
2.2 Observation of the body
2.3 Observation of the feelings
2.4 Observation of the Mind
2.5 Observation of the Thoughts
2.6 The ego
2.8 Recommended reading
Module 2b: Different Types of Meditation
2.1 Guided Meditation
2.2 Visualization/Imagination Meditation
2.3 Zazen Meditation
2.4 Heart Rhythm Meditation
2.5 Transcendental Meditation
2.6 Mantra Meditation
2.7 Vipassanana Meditation
2.8 Hindu Meditation
2.9 Yoga Meditation
2.10 Christian Meditation
2.11 Sufi Meditation
2.12 Qi Gong Meditation
2.13 Recommended reading
Module 3: Oneness
3.1 Self-love and acceptance
3.3 Empathy and Compassion
3.4 Recommended reading
Module 4: Getting Started
4.1 How to structure your business
4.2 How to target your audience
4.3 Location, Location, Location
4.4 Branding your service
4.5 Online/offline marketing
4.6 Recommended reading
Module 5: Getting to Work
5.1 Common Questions for Mindfulness/Meditation Teachers
5.2 Teaching posture
5.3 Teach breathing techniques
5.4 Getting into Schools
5.5 Teaching school children how to meditate
5.6 Recommended reading
Module 6: CONCLUSION
6.1 Get ahead of your day
6.2 Trust in the process