Child Meditation Facilitators Training with optional certification

October 29 and 30, 2016 (9 am - 4 pm EST)

 

Choose which option works best for you...
1. Participate in person at Hilton Biltmore Park, Asheville NC
2. Participate live remotely via the internet
3. Participate whenever is convenient for you by viewing recorded webinar training.

 

 

 

To participate remotely or to view recordings you only need access to the Internet. You do not need to be at the location above.

 

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Reviews

(5 out of 5)

I enjoyed that the online classes were a mix of lecture, videos, student sharing and led exercises -- the variety kept things interesting. The material presented was concise and to the point and presented in a well-thought-out manner.
-Andrea from Florida

 

(5 out of 5)

I have never undertaken online training before and was completely unsure what to expect. Needless to say, I was most pleasantly surprised. The quality of the training and the sensitive way in which it was delivered was truly excellent.
-Nicole from the UK

 

(5 out of 5)

There was a lot of information provided during the course and Sarah's book is excellent. I really enjoyed listening to the webinars and having the opportunity to talk and ask questions. The videos were very helpful. It was very helpful to see how a teacher interacts with the children and see the children participate in the class.
-Tania from South Africa

Topics Covered During the Course

The Basics

•Creating safe spaces.
• What to expected your first time teaching meditation to children & tips.
• Research supporting meditation.
• Creating original meditations.
• Working with school- aged vs. teens.

Mindfulness

• What children should become mindful of.
• Mindfulness activities appropriate for age groups (4-7) (8-12) & (13-18).
• Brain science and mindfulness.
• Establishing and enhancing your own mindfulness practice.

Guided Imagery
• Waldorf-style storytelling for teaching meditation.
• Meditation based on the five senses.
•Using art to enhance meditation.
• Auras, chakras and understanding subtle energy

 

Certification

Certification is offered through Satya Worldwide. Please refer to our Certification page for details about certifications.

 

Participate in Asheville ($295 includes lunch both days does not include lodging)

Come join our meeting in beautiful Asheville, NC home to renown art galleries, restaurants, the Biltmore Estate and more. Stay at the Hilton where the training takes place (facilities include a pool) or choose your own lodging. There is a free shuttle to/from the Asheville Airport.

 

Participate live remotely via the internet ($225)

Watch videos of Sarah Wood Vallely and former students teach meditation classes to children. View slides with bulleted details and charts about meditation research, Sarah’s philosophy, and more while Sarah instructs. In addition, contribute questions and comments as they arise via your computer. At which point, Sarah will fully explain any aspects of the course that you are wanting to learn more about. You will also have access to recorded training to view later. You will qualify for certification participating remotely.

 

View webinars in your own time ($225)

Enjoy videos, slides, and your facilitator’s voice right from your computer. You have six months after you register to view the 12 hours of training videos. During your training, contact your facilitator at anytime to ask for more information or clarification. Also, become a member of an online forum where you can converse with other students taking the course. You will qualify for certification participating remotely.

DISCOUNTS: Receive a 25% discount when you sign up with a friend. Email for details.

Scholarships are available. Email for details.

 

Registration

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More Reviews

(4.5 out of 5)

The meditations we learned have been of great benefit to me personally.  The homework activities were purposeful and will help me in preparing proposals for schools.  I loved the videos; watching Sarah and the other teachers was so helpful.  I also liked listening to my classmates give their thoughts & ask questions.  I am pleased that Sarah answered all my emails and offers meditation teaching “technical support” for life to her students. -Dianne from Australia

(4.5 out of 5)

I truly enjoyed the classes and am so glad that I have the book to read over and over. Our preschool pilot program Little Ripples will implement many of the techniques I learned. We know the meditations will help children participating in our program at Darfuri refugee camps in Africa. -Rachel from California

 

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Child Meditation Facilitators Training

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