CMI offers mindfulness training for yoga teachers. We harness the foundations of yoga traditions, providing in-depth educational experiences. Approaches are practical, hands-on and flavoured by the teachings of MBSR and MBCT.
Trainees are well supported through their own mindfulness processes and unfolding to become faithful mindfulness trainers. You can search online to find an inspirational teacher who's committed to changing the world. Find out about MBY
IYT is premised on the three pillars of yoga, Ayurveda and mindfulness. These are inseparable systems when understanding ill health and promoting conditions for healing.
The capacity to heal is seen as residing within the innate intelligence of each human being. Ayurveda draws a broad definition of health: being able to remain comfortably still within, promoting the notion that the capacity to heal resides deeply within each of us.
Mindfulness is the key that unveils this innate potential. Ayurveda harnesses this potential. Yoga cultivates this potential.
Living well: Ayurveda and Yoga in the modern world – LAUNCHING MAY 2014.
This foundational programme is aimed at all who are keen to learn fundamental principles of this ancient healing system in everyday life.
Ayurvedic Therapist Training Programme – COMING 2015.
This professional qualification, recognised by the Ayurvedic Practitioners Association, qualifies therapists to support clients in adjusting lifestyle and nutrition choices to improve their health and wellbeing.