January – July 2021: Pathway A training curriculum & times

Venue: In the comfort of your home: Live, Interactive, Online, Trainer-led, Zoom Session
 
JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MAY 2021 Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 5.30pm
MARCH, APRIL, JUNE 2021: Saturday ONLY

Programme orientation & meeting MBSR training faculty
SATURDAY, 9 JANUARY 3 – 6PM

Month 1 Training Retreat – Saturday, 16 & Sunday 17 JANUARY
Introduction to Mindfulness Based Psychology & the Neuroscience of Mindfulness. Mindfulness Based Techniques 1 & Attitudinal Factors 1. MBSR Teacher Foundations 1, Safety, Ethics & Assessing Participant Vulnerabilities. Orientation to Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness

Month 2 Training Retreat – Saturday, 13 & Sunday 14 FEBRUARY
Introduction to Mindfulness Based Interventions & Mindfulness Based Techniques 2. MBSR Foundations 2. MBSR Curriculum Teaching Skills 1. Group dynamics 1. Mindful Inquiry Skills 1. Guiding Mindfulness Practices Skills

SATURDAY, 6 FEBRUARY (9am – 5.30pm)
MOVEMENT IN STILLNESS, STILLNESS IN MOVEMENT
Teaching mindful movement within the MBSR context MASTERCLASS

Month 3 Training Retreat – Saturday, 13 MARCH
MBSR Foundations 3. MBSR Curriculum Teaching Skills 2. Mindful Inquiry Skills 2. Group dynamics 2. Orientation to compassion focused MBSR. Advanced Mindfulness Audio Recording Skills
 
Month 4 Training Retreat – Saturday, 10 APRIL
MBSR Foundations 4, MBSR Curriculum Teaching Skills 3, Mindful Inquiry Skills 3. Group dynamics 3. Physical and Emotional Pain Regulation Skills.

SATURDAY, 8 MAY – BONUS FREE ZOOM FACILITATION SKILLS MASTERCLASS

Month 5 Training Retreat – Saturday, 15 & Sunday 16 MAY
MBSR Foundations 5, MBSR Curriculum Teaching Skills 3.
Mindful Inquiry Skills 4. Silent Mindfulness Retreat Teaching Skills. Peer Teaching Practice

Month 6 Training Retreat – Saturday, 12 JUNE
MBSR Foundations 6, Integration of MBSR Teaching Curriculum.
Designing you own MBSR Workbook Skills.

Friday, 2 – Tuesday 6th JULY
Arriving home into stillness, wisdom and compassion
5- Day MINDFULNESS & SELF COMPASSION RETREAT (Home-based, Live, online, interactive & trainer led)
(This can be split into two, 2.5 day retreats if preferable)

This 5-day online, live, interactive and teacher-led mindfulness and self-compassion retreat offers us the wonderful opportunity to take time out from our busy lives and take care of ourselves, expanding and deepening our sense of aliveness, self-compassion and wellbeing. Join us and come together with other like minded people to nourish our minds and bodies with meditation, dialogue and some easy to do yoga. This retreat is delivered in a secular and modern in style. Join us with other like minded people to nourish our minds and bodies. The retreat includes compassion based meditation, mindful movement with Qi Kung, Zen tea meditation and more. Please note that this retreat is for MBSR/ MBCT teachers as well as practitioner and teachers of all forms of mindfulness interventions and approaches. This retreat is also open to the public. This 5-day retreat can split into two, 2.5 day retreats if necessary. The retreat starts on Friday 3 – 6pm, Saturday & Sunday, Monday 9.30am – 5pm, Tuesday 9.30 – 3pm Click here for more information

This retreat meets the Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) for Mindfulness Based Teachers as designated by the UK Network of Mindfulness Teacher Training Organisations & BAMBA (British Association of Mindfulness Based Approaches). Please contact us for the cost of and details.
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

For more information or an application form please contact Clare Clements

Hello, my name is Clare and I am here to help you in whatever way I can. Whether you have a question about our mindfulness courses or simply want to know whether mindfulness could help you, I will be delighted to be of support.

Feel free to email me on info@dorset-mindfulness.co.uk or give me a call on

01202 021 063 for a no obligation telephone chat

 

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Until you value yourself, you will not value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it.
– M. Scott Peck