Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Online

During your mindfulness meditation teacher certification program, you will be trained to deepen your practice and teach the TSD Mindfulness to your students. TSD Mindfulness involves, Taming the mind, Soothing the gut, Dwelling in the heart and Integration with source energy.

 

You will become skilled at teaching others how to raise resilience, reduce stress, heal and experience greater connection with the help of their mindfulness practice. During your mindfulness meditation teacher training online, you will teach 1 – 3 of these objectives in a single class. During your student teaching, you will teach six classes to a small group of students of your choosing.

Mindfulness Teacher Certification Teaching Objectives

 

To support Taming the Mind, student will practice mindfulness of:

 

  • physical sensations

  • sounds in the environment

  • breath sensations

  • mental responses to instinctual impulses

  • mental responses to emotions

  • thought sequences

  • our natural tendency to justify and explain

  • desires for change

 

To support Soothing the Gut student will practice mindfulness of their:

 

  • physical sensations in the gut area

  • thoughts of concern triggered by the gut     

  • desire to preserve status quo

  • instinctual responses to thoughts

 

Student will also be able to:

 

  • practice mindful exercises to soothe their gut triggers

 

To support Dwelling in the Heart, student will practice mindfulness of their:

 

  • physical sensations in the heart area

  • emotions

  • desire for certainty

 

Student will also be able to:

 

  • allow their emotions to exist naturally

  • use mindfulness exercises to support their own natural healing process

  • allow physical responses to pain and joy

  • practice embracing uncertainty

TESTIMONIALS

I can’t tell you how much my life has changed since taking the TSD Mindfulness online course. It’s amazing to me is that I can handle my big emotions and negative thoughts in a much more appropriate way, resulting in less stress. And I also now have a practice for looking deeper into those emotions and thoughts to see what is at their root. Holly Holfeltz, TSD Certified Mindfulness Teacher, California

 

 

The TSD Mindfulness classes are a great way of discovering yourself & healing your heart! TSD Mindfulness has improved my focus and quietened my mind, helping me to better concentrate. In moments of concerns and worries, the technique gives me ease when I am triggered and supports me to be comfortable with "what is". TSD Mindfulness encourages me to surrender more quickly and to build my trust so I can open and go deeper to explore my heart consciously. Mirka Pesek, TSD Certified Mindfulness Teacher Candidate, Australia

 

 

TSD Mindfulness has definitely helped me become more resilient, more in tune with my irrational fears and my need for everything to be planned. I've learned that by embracing uncertainty I am more able to live in the moment and to truly enjoy the process and the beauty of what the outcome can actually be. Lisa Codina, TSD Certified Mindfulness Teacher, Canada

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Course Syllabus

This is a combined syllabus for all programs, since many students work towards two certifications.

Classes 1 – 2

  • Mindfulness of thoughts

  • Mindfulness of emotions

  • Mindfulness of distraction

  • Improving resilience with mindfulness

  • Introduction to the mental, gut and heart centers.

  • Tips for teaching students with attention challenges

 

  • At home practice: minimum of 90 minutes of practice per week.

  • Homework: two reflections per month (written or video) and postings to digital forum.

  • Reading: chapters 1 – 14 in Tame Soothe Dwell by Sarah Vallely

Classes 3 - 4

 

  • Mindfulness techniques to tame your mind

  • Mindfulness techniques to soothe your gut

  • Mindfulness techniques to settle attention within your heart

  • Mindfulness techniques for breaking cycles of distorted emotions (ie. shame, resentment)

  • Mindfulness techniques for improving relationships, including relationships with addictive substances

  • Counseling, coaching and teaching instruction

 

  • At home practice: minimum of 90 minutes of practice per week.

  • Homework: two reflections per month (written or video) and postings to digital forum.

  • Reading: chapters 15 - 26 in Tame Soothe Dwell by Sarah Vallely

  • Clinical practice for counselors and coaches; prepare for student teaching for teachers.

 

Classes 5 - 6

 

  • Mindfulness techniques for integrating conscious with divine

  • Mindfulness techniques for healing

  • Mindfulness techniques for deeper emotional awareness

  • Mindfulness techniques for deeper spiritual awareness

 

  • At home practice: minimum 120 minutes per week.

  • Homework: two reflections per month (written or video) and postings to digital forum.

  • Reading: chapters 27 - 55 in Tame Soothe Dwell by Sarah Vallely

  • Healer and minister instruction.

  • Student teaching and healer and minister clinical practice.