Meditation Teacher Training Course
This ten-hour Meditation Teacher Training, module one, is for anyone who would like to teach meditation or deepen their own practice. It is also for yoga instructors and yoga students from all disciplines, as well as wellness and health professionals who would like to offer their students or clients a practice that will continue to help them throughout their lives.
In this course you will learn a variety of powerful techniques which will awaken clear understanding and Self-sustaining awareness. Become a great facilitator in communicating the wisdom and, most importantly, the direct experience of the state of meditation. Observing how you learn this knowledge of meditation for yourself, you will be well equipped to offer this fine art of teaching meditation to others.
Friday 17 May 6:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 19 May 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
Tuesday 21 May 7:30 p.m. — 9:30 p.m.
3/147 Walcott street,
Mount Lawley, Perth, Western Australia
Early Bird $249 (by April 15)
Regular Price $295
Class package includes:
Gift from the Himalayas
Booklet containing a summary of the topics discussed, including the Jyoti Mantra and Gita verse
Certificate of completion module one, Meditation Teachers Training, from Himalayan Knowledge in association with the International Meditation Institute, Kullu India
The following topics will be covered for module one:
Why meditation, what is meditation, what do we meditate on, and how to meditate on the Knower, your own space awareness
Learn the difference between the Self and the mind
The science of pranayam and how to teach four essential pranayams
The four states of consciousness
Dharana, dhyan, and samaadhi explained (Patanjali)
The three gunas, the forces of nature
Overview of the Bhagavad Gita
Bhagavad Gita: learn the one essential Gita verse
Mantra: the power and effect of sound, chanting in Sanskrit
Learn the Jyoti Mantra, a chant in Hindi
The art of communicating techniques of meditation in a practical, clear, and precise way
Practice in initiating people into meditation
Questions and answers
To teach meditation, the educator needs to have had the direct experience of the state of freedom that the practice brings. Scriptures talk of the direct experience of the Self, Oneness, or the real I. But without being cultivated, the practice is based only on one’s own mental concepts; it is like someone reading a book about how to swim without actually going in the water. Meditation is beyond the intellect and mind, it needs to be directly experienced to be known.
With their thousands of hours of immersion in meditation and yogic studies, Kristin and Robyn have developed a powerful Meditation Teacher Training Course that will clarify, demystify, and provide simple and effective meditation and pranayam techniques that dispel doubts and answer questions.