People often ask “what’s the best way to start a meditation class?” These days people feel called to host a circle, class, or group. I usually respond with a simple question: What’s your intention for leading a meditation a class? What? That question may seem rhetorical, but take some time with this. Connect
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Recently I googled “best online meditation teacher training” and happened upon this post from Mind is the Master at the top of the search. I can’t tell you how excited my team and I were to learn this. We started the LIBERATE course about 2.5 years ago with 20 people. It was a lot
If you feel an inner-call to share meditation, regardless of your background, age or experience, you’re likely being called to be a healing leader. What does it take to lead meditation and provide healing for others? What are the universal signs and challenges we face when you’re being asked to share your gifts with others?
When I first started teaching meditation in Los Angeles, I had never taken a formal “meditation training.” I had studied with my meditation teacher in India and had learned most of my understanding of meditation with him. It didn’t occur to me to get a formal training, not to mention, I don’t think there
Meditation has always been a personal and essential part of my daily life. It had never occurred to me to ever share meditation until one day I was asked to teach in a class. That’s when I went through the nerve-wracking process of having to figure out how to become a meditation teacher. Back then,
Creating Diversity. Making Meditation Coach training accessible to the right people. Last month, we hosted a meditation coaching webinar masterclass where nearly 600 coaches had an opportunity to learn how to create more calm and focus for their clients. During the training we introduced our LIBERATE Meditation Coach Training course that begins January