Meditation Teacher Training Certification Program
MTT 300 Hour Certification / Online Classes
“The Meditation Learning Center”
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"The Meditation Teacher Training Program" An Empowering Online Program.
Upon completion of the program the student will gain cognitive and experiential knowledge of every aspect of meditation and finish the program as a confident group and private meditation instructor.
This is an in-depth study program containing five, six class modules that when completed will enable the student to receive the "The Meditation Teacher Training Certification".
A certification program in which all of the 30 classes can be taken online.
Who should attend?
Physicians and Physician Assistants
Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
Psychologists and Social Workers
Veteran Healthcare Providers
Massage Therapists and other Body Workers
Educators of all kinds
Complementary & Alternative Medicine Professionals
Other Allied Health Professionals
Individuals wishing to deepen their practice of meditation
Past Students (Certified Meditation Teachers)
Follow this link to read about some of the past students of this program:
Why Shane Wilson and this Program?
Shane is recognized as an individual that has a unique ability to simplify the understanding of the mind, make meditation practically applicable in everyday life, and blend East and West to create a systematic approach to self-development that brings about positive change. His goal is to empower people to discover and live their greatest potential by knowing themselves through the practice of meditation, and by taking meditation out into the world to teach others. Shane Believes in teaching people to teach and feels that this is the fastest way to make global improvements.
Shane Wilson founded the Meditation Learning Center in 2002 and is a minister through ordination by the Los Angeles Buddhist Union and the International Order of Buddhist Ministries. He studied meditation throughout the world with American, European, Chinese, Sri Lankan and Thai instructors and is fully dedicated to helping those wishing to experience life with more joy and balance. He believes that by incorporating the correct practice and study of meditation and its related modalities into ones life, this joy and balance can easily be accomplished by everyone.
Shane provides meditation and class instruction for the Arizona International Buddhist Meditation Center of Mesa Arizona (A.I.B.M.C.) as well as providing opportunities through the Meditation Learning Center in the form of classes, courses, retreats and by meeting with individuals as a spiritual mentor and counselor using traditional western therapies along with meditation and mindfulness practices. For more information visit: www.shanewilson.org
Stephanie Cordel has been involved with the Meditation Learning Center since 2013, assisting with content development for the Meditation Teacher Training Program. She teaches informational presentations on various topics related to meditation including Meditation and the Brain, Contemplative Practices, and Mindfulness-Based Therapies. She also has trained independently in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. With a degree in Child Development, she specializes in working with parents and children ages 5 & up. She also works with Mindfulness First to bring mindfulness programs to children in schools across Maricopa County of Arizona. She is passionate about providing children with mindfulness as a tool to promote positive social and emotional development.You can reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
All five modules are to be completed to receive The Meditation Learning Center - Teacher Training Certification.
Each six-week online module is $240 there are a total of five modules within the program with a total cost of $1,200. Each module can be paid individually as you work your way through the program, or the entire program can be paid in advance at the reduced rate of $1,040 (The student must decide about the full payment option before the start of the second module ) The course study consists of weekly video viewing, study from class handouts, weekly quizzes. In addition, a final test will be due at the end of each of the five modules.
Any refunds will be considered for total program payments only, prorated based on the individual five-week course price.
Please direct any questions about this program to: Shane@meditationlearningcenter.com or by calling 480.513.7747 (please be prepared to leave a message)
Follow this link for more information via email: http://ymlp.com/xguqujesgmge
Registration - Payments can be made by check or credit card.
Pay by credit card or Paypal by selecting one of the modules below you can pay per module or for the complete program. Please keep in mind that all five modules must be completed to receive the program certification. (If new to the program please select module one if paying per module, you can pay the remaining balance at a later time to receive the paid in full discount)
If paying by check - Send check for the appropriate amount (depending upon your choice of paying per module, or for the entire program). Include: email address, home or street address, and phone number and mail to:
The Meditation Learning Center
1030 W. 9th Street
Mesa, AZ 85201
(Once a check is received you will be contacted immediately and a notice of receipt will be emailed to you).
This program explores the primary methods of meditation as well as the following topics in detail:
24 meditation methods from around the world
Anapanasati (Mindfulness of breathing)
Self Inquiry (Atma Vichara)
The relaxation response
Visualization (contemplation, guided visualization)
Tai chi chuan
Knowing what meditation is
Explaining to others what is being taught
The history of meditation
An ancient practice
The early meditators
The function of the brain in meditation
How the brain responds to meditation
Why it works and related brain studies
Using the EEG-understanding brainwaves
Understanding brain waves
Hands-on use of the electroencephalogram (EEG)
Religious and secular aspects of meditation
How religions use meditation
Meditation as a secular practice
Health benefits of meditation
De-stressing with meditation
Evidence of meditation's health effects
The Physiological and Psychological effects of meditation
Physiological changes that occur with regular meditation practice
The psychological changes that occur with regular meditation practice
Working with ADD
How meditation heals and its effects on specific health conditions
Coronary artery disease
Cancer and its related symptoms
Identifying guidelines for practicing meditation
The Meditation place
What is insight?
Experiential understanding and how to identify it
Your true nature
The history of mindfulness
What it can do
How to use mindfulness
Feelings and addictions
What are feelings?
What is an addiction?
How feelings can lead to addiction
Setting up and promoting a private practice
Advertising what you do
Building confidence in your gift
Getting the word out
Working with the media
When and when not to spend money
Finding employment as a meditation instructor
Meditation into your area of work
Working with others
Who are you working with?
Time restrictions and allowances
Presenting a lecture
The Power point option
Why present and to whom
Setting up a meditation retreat
Giving retreaters what they want
Giving the retreater nothing to do
112 Meditation centering techniques
The hindrances and aids to meditation
The hindrances that cause difficulties for the practice
Using various aids in our meditation practices
Mindfulness and concentration practices
How concentration works
The difference between mindfulness and concentration
Leading a meditation group
Experience in facilitating a meditation class through simulations and assignments