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42-hr Meditation Teacher Training with Wendy Weymann

Meditation is a key ingredient in life. It allows a person to stay centred; to gain insights; and simply to quiet one's mind for an extended period of time. Learn how to lead a meditation practice. Incorporate your own style and inspire others.


2885 West 33rd Ave., Vancouver BC, CA V6N 2G3
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  • Teacher Training

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Sep 12 to
Oct 4
08:00 amto18:00 pm

3 weekends Sept 12/13; Sept 26/27; Oct 3/4



Save $100 ($695 + tax) if register before June 30! Space are limited.

Full Description

Course outline:

- benefits of meditation: physical/spiritual/neurological
- understanding of mindfulness meditation
- knowledge if the 4 noble truths & the 8 fold path
- knowledge of the brahma viharas (heart practices) & metta (Lovingkindness) meditation
- knowledge of the 8 limbs of yoga
- in depth knowledge of the yamas & niyamas
- explore the similarities/differences of mindfulness meditation & yogic meditation
- how to develop a sustainable daily meditation practice (for yourself & your students)
- practice teaching mindfulness & metta meditation sessions
- practice teaching yogic meditation sessions
- teaching methodology: how to teach with confidence, class planning, how to assess students needs, ethics of being an awesome teacher

Prerequisite: 200 hr yoga teacher or special permission may be given to advanced students.

Requirements for graduation:

Attend a meditation retreat – I suggest Birken Monastery in Kamloops
Required Reading*:

A Path with Heart – Jack Kornfield
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali – Mukunda Stiles
Lovingkindness – Sharon Salzberg
Against the Stream – Noah Levine
*books are not included with tuition

Suggested Reading:
The Yamas & Niyamas – Deborah Adele
Dharma Punx & Heart of the Revolution – Noah Levine
Meditation for the Love of it – Sally Kempton

Location: SpiRe Wellness in Vancouver

Cost: $695 [before June 30] $795 after
Hours: 42 (Yoga Alliance Certified)


September 12-13, 2015
September 26-27 , 2015
October 3-4, 2015

The program will be capped at a maximum of 12 people