Become a Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator. There’sno need to take meditation teacher training to facilitate a great practice for others. This practical course, toolkit and certification gets you started immediately.
Duration: Training course: 7-10 hours. Optional Certification program: 10-15 hours.
- Complete Toolkit: Meditation scripts, recordings, music, outlines for running sessions, communication templates – everything you need to get started without creating your own material.
- Only 7-10 hours online: Training course is online, self-paced and only 7-10 hours.
- Instant Community: Get immediate access to The Calm Monkey’s worldwide online community of facilitators, and ongoing tips and resources to stay fresh with your facilitation.
- Optional Certification: Earn the credentials of ‘Certified Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator’ to be credible and trustworthy. 10-15 hours.
<strong>Wendy Quan, Founder of <a href="https://www.thecalmmonkey.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">The Calm Monkey</a></strong>, is the industry leader in Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator Training & Certification and combining change management techniques with mindfulness to help people through difficult change. Wendy began workplace mindfulness in 2011, and is the first and only provider to offer this practical training and toolkit. Students rave about this practical training and the valuable toolkit that equips them to start facilitating right away. Experienced meditators can help others without becoming meditation teachers, and can get certified in a very reasonable time frame. Notable clients include Google, the government of Dubai, University of British Columbia, the U.S. Senate, many individuals and Fortune 500 organizations worldwide. Wendy is an international conference speaker, sought for her continuous innovation in facilitator training and combining change management with mindfulness to help people through difficult change. Her cancer journey led to her life’s purpose: “To help people create a better experience of life through mindfulness meditation”.