Mindfulness Teacher Training in the U.K.
September 19, 2019 @ 8:00 am - September 24, 2019 @ 5:00 pm BST
with Martin Aylward and Mark Coleman
This unique yearlong professional teacher training combines transformational cultivation of your own mindfulness practice and systematic development of mindfulness teaching skills, enabling you to teach a variety of mindfulness programs with confidence and clarity. You will be part of a committed, focused group of like-minded individuals with whom you will receive skilled, guided direction and personalized instruction that will allow you to flourish as a mindfulness facilitator. Our yearlong teacher training utilize in-person teaching intensives, online learning, individualized guidance from the teachers and learning mentors and peer group support.
Who is this course for?
People already working with mindfulness in their professional lives, or anybody wishing to do so—be it through teaching formal mindfulness courses or bringing mindfulness into other roles including in private practice, healthcare, business, education, etc.
Mindfulness Teacher Training Outcomes
- Develop and refine your own practice of embodied mindfulness;
- Enhance your capacity for applying mindfulness in your personal and professional life;
- Understand the historical context of contemporary mindfulness approaches;
- Utilize latest research on the effects of mindfulness;
- Study with renowned mindfulness teachers Mark Coleman and Martin Aylward with over 30 years of combined mindfulness teaching experience.
Residential Teaching Module Dates for U.K. Mindfulness Teacher Training 2019/20:
Module 1: 19-22 September 2019
Module 2: 11-14 December 2019
Module 3: 27 February – 1 March 2020
Module 4: 9-12 July 2020
Our yearlong teacher trainings make use of online learning, teacher meetings and peer group support, with in-person teaching intensives/modules in Devon, UK.
The residential training intensives are held at the Sharpham Trust, a beautiful country estate and educational charity in the heart of the English countryside. Set near Totes, Devon, there is easy train access from London and the trust is close to both the Exeter and Bristol airports. Since the ethos of Sharpham Trust is to build a more mindful, compassionate and environmentally-sustainable world, Sharpham is perfectly suited to supporting a mindful environment.