Quite often at Sura Flow, we receive the question, “Do I need a certificate to teach meditation?” The short answer is “no.” Although a meditation teacher is not required to have a meditation certificate, there are several reasons why it is beneficial to earn one to teach meditation. Earn a Certificate to Teach Meditation
People often ask me as a meditation coach, trainer, and the founder of suraflow.org, “Sura, How to lead a meditation class? What’s the best way?” These days, people are drawn to meditation classes and meditation coaches. They are drawn to this field because of how they have been helped and how they can help
So many people ask me about how to make money as a meditation teacher, and I am always glad to help them! It may surprise people, however, that I don’t answer them right away with details about financials. There are so many more benefits of becoming a meditation teacher. I usually begin by describing
Are you looking for a good meditation teacher? Do you feel overwhelmed and confused with exactly what to look for? If so, you’re certainly not alone. Finding the right meditation teacher is so important because the right teacher can set you on your way to a more spiritual path. As a meditation instructor, my
People often ask me “what is a meditation coach?” It is the way it sounds! It’s the combination of meditation and coaching. In this 16-minute youtube video, I share more in-depth about meditation coaching and how I accidentally got started offering this when I was living in Los Angeles. As a meditation coach, you teach people how to meditate. You learn about the
Executive leaders today face an insurmountable amount of stress and anxiety. When I first started coaching executives, I was nervous. I felt very stressed by my client’s stress and I could feel their pressure as if it were my own. As soon as we’d start a session, my mind would start whirling, my breath
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between therapy and coaching? It’s a common question that arises in the coaching community and quite often in our trainings. There are three core differences between coaching and therapy Coaching focuses on the now and actions to take for the future, whereas therapy focuses primarily
One of the common questions people ask is “What is meditation coaching? What’s the difference between a Meditation Coach and Teacher?” These days people tend to use these titles interchangeably. Sometimes these roles are subtly different, other times, more vast. There are distinctions that exist between the two, which I discuss in this video.
Hi friends, As you consider your new year’s resolutions, I thought I’d share with you some personal questions I asked myself this year. Perhaps this will offer you a new and helpful perspective. Before creating new resolutions, I think it’s important to reflect on your last year. What was it like? What can you let
Over a decade ago, I would have never dreamed I’d become a Meditation Coach. I had no idea that you could actually make a living teaching meditation. Back then I taught yoga. But with time, I began to notice the popularity of meditation steadily increasing. That’s when I started to receive inquiries about teaching meditation.
When I first started meditating out of sheer desperation, I had no idea I’d ever share this life-changing practice with others. Never did I dream that I would teach and help others with practices like meditation, healing and yoga. Mostly because I constantly struggled with my own practice. It never occurred to me that I’d
I don’t believe in just meditating. It’s what you do with your meditation that matters most. How do you bring it into your life? How can you integrate meditation in your everyday life through your actions & intentions? Meditation is a wonderful tool for resourcing yourself and learning how to breathe. While meditation can create
Coaching has become a popular movement. There are all kinds of different coaching styles available now from nutritional coaching to executive coaching. What are the true benefits of coaching? Is coaching right for you? Coaching is an investment in yourself, your goals and your well-being. The most important thing to think about is what’s really
It was by chance that I started combining meditation and coaching. Clients were really stressed and wanted to learn how to relieve stress on their own, so I began our sessions with a combination of breathing techniques and meditation. This seemed very effective in getting the mind to settle and helping the client to relax.