Professional Teacher Development Intensive Training (TDI)

The Center for Mindfulness (CFM), University of Massachusetts Medical School are offering an MBSR Teacher Development Intensive Training (TDI) in Ireland in May 2015.

 

DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

TEACHERS:  Florence Meleo-Meyer and Carolyn West, Oasis Institute, CFM

DATES:  Sunday 17th to Monday 25th May, 2015

LOCATION: The Glenview Hotel, Glen ‘O The Downs, Delgany, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

HOST ORGANISATION: Centre for Mindfulness Ireland (CFMI)

TUITION FEES: €1,990.00

ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation with all meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, is available at the Glenview Hotel for €98.50 sharing and €120.50 single per day.  Rooms are pre-booked If you are not availing of accommodation, please allow €49.50 per day for food which includes all meals as above. When confirmation of places are sent to applicants, further details on how to book accommodation will be included.

APPLICATIONS: Applications to attend this TDI Teacher Training are made directly to CFM.  If you would like to apply to attend this TDI Teacher Training, click here.  Application deadline is February 27th, 2015.

TDI TEACHER TRAINING OVERVIEW: This eight-day residential intensive training program focuses on MBSR teacher formation and readiness. It will help you refine your teaching skills through highly focused and sustained inner work in the context of a rigorous teaching laboratory. This environment allows you to cultivate a practical and in-depth familiarity with, and competency in, multiple aspects of the MBSR curriculum, including presentational elements, guidance in meditation and yoga practices, inquiry and group dynamics, and preparation of supporting materials. By successfully completing the Teacher Development Intensive you will have the minimum qualifications for beginning to teach complete MBSR courses on your own.

Florence Meleo-Meyer

Florence Meleo-Meyer

Carolyn West

Carolyn West

“I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding”

- John O’Donohue