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Part 1 – Fundamentals of Teaching Yoga and Meditation in Military Communities

Fundamentals of Teaching Yoga and Meditation in Military Communities

Tuition: $395
Yoga Alliance CEUs: 14 contact hours
Location:
from your home (webinar)
Formats:
1. 7 weekly webinars (90 min. each, total 10.5 hours) or
2. 3-day intensive webinar (total 10.5 hours)
(Both formats are recorded and available for later listening)

Dates:
(To register – click on the dates below or look at the right column of this page.)
Jan 28 – Mar 11, 2015 (Wednesday weekly format, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm ET)
Apr 17-19, 2015 (weekend intensive)
Aug 21-23, 2015 (weekend intensive)
Sep 22 – Nov 3, 2015 (Tuesday weekly format, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm ET)

Intensive Times:
Fri – 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm EDT/3:00 pm – 6:30 pm PDT
Sat – 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm EDT/9:00 am – 2:30 pm PDT
Sun – 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm EDT/9:00 am – 1:30 pm PDT

Prerequisites:
Meditation teaching training or
Minimum 200 hour yoga teacher training or
Experienced  health professionals on a case by case basis

Who and Why:
This course is designed for three types of yoga and meditation teachers:
1. Those with no experience with the military and wish to determine if working in a military community is appropriate for them.
2. Those with no experience with the military but have a very strong desire to be of service in this venue.
3. Those who are currently working in a military community and want to learn how to teach yoga and meditation in a military setting.

Learning Objectives:

  • The key distinctions between “yogic culture” and “military culture” and why they matter.
  • Key facts about military culture, history, structure, values, norms and attitudes.
  • Cultural sensitivity skills critical to a teacher’s success and effectiveness.
  • Ways to introduce yoga/meditation that enhance your students’ receptivity and focus on the relevance to their concerns.
  • How to create a safe learning container and why this is crucial for working with those suffering from trauma.
  • A basic understanding of war-related traumatic stress, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Practical guidelines for working with student’s emotional reactions in class.
  • Strategies and tips for initiating a class or workshop series in military facilities and communities.

Earning your Part 1 Certificate of Completion requires:

  • Attending (or listening to recording) all 7 webinar lecture classes
  • Participating in two hour-long discussion groups* (not recorded)
  • Submitting final homework assignment

To register – look at the right hand column on this page.

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Contact Information

Warriors At Ease
8400 Cedar St.
Silver Spring, MD 20810
Phone: 512-516-5031
(pacific time)
Contact:
Gail Francisco

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