Post-Grad Training Courses
Post-Grad Training Courses
31 Jan 2019
20 Dec 2019
9.30am - 12.30pm
$1250 early bird, $1499 Full
Offered February through November to current students, teachers, practitioners and the larger community and designed to enhance learning and continued professional development. Throughout the year the BioMedical Institute of Yoga and Meditation offers a variety of 110-hour Professional Development Courses in Meditation. These courses entail 33 hours face-to-face contact as well as 77 hours enhanced online learning and can be utilised as part of the current BIYOME course, or to develop and enrich current qualifications.
Upon completion of each individual course, not only will you be able to attain membership with the Meditation Association of Australia, your teaching skills will be second to none. You will gain the skills to connect compassionately and to listen deeply to an individual. Attaining adept knowledge within a biomedical framework of meditation you will be able to provide clients with skills of resilience, and positive, lasting change.
This is the course I have developed from the year that changed my life. Amongst challenge and adversity, these are the practices are where I found my deepest courage and strength. These are the Meditations and evidenced based practices that I created meaning and fostered compassion in my life. They are here now in this year long course for all to receive, cultivate and cherish.
Celia Roberts, 2018
Founded in state-of-the-art science and lived experience, mindfulness for a meaningful life offers you a chance of learning proficiency in the teachings that have been personally effective within Celia’s life. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to create deepened embodied meaning within your life.
Spread over the course of the year, mindfulness for a meaningful life will cultivate an accessible energy of healing, compassion, altruism; ultimately you will come away not only with continued professional development to assist your clients, so too you will attain your own sense of freedom built upon sustained resilience.
o Understanding the philosophy behind practice including the history and roots of Meditation from a Buddhist & Yogic perspective.
o Understanding the physiology behind practice including the neurobiology of mindfulness and compassion as it relates to the evolution of change, brain plasticity, and the gut-brain axis
o Understanding the psychology behind practice including the spiritual and transcendental roots of intuition, intention, resolutions, resilience, human potential, and positive psychology.
o Understanding from a complete immersive experience the foundations, applications, and teaching methodologies of Mindfulness for a Meaningful Life.
Celia Roberts (Head Senior Teacher, BSc)
Dr. Sue Jackson (Flow & iRest Specialist)
Clare Sillence (Social Worker & Mental Health Specialist)
Sam German (Kundalini yoga)
1. Ricard, M. (2015). Altruism: The power of compassion to change yourself and the world. Tullamarine, Australia: Bolinda Publishing.
1. Siegel, D. J. (2010). The mindful therapist: A clinician's guide to mindsight and neural integration. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Co.
2. Kornfield, J. (2017). No time like the present - finding freedom and joy where you are. London, United Kingdom: Ebury Publishing.
3. Badenoch, B. (2018). The heart of trauma: Healing the embodied brain in the context of relationships. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Co.
1 yoga mat
zafu (meditation cushion)
zabuton (meditation cushion base)
Investment for Specialty Intensive Training from $1,499 (early bird rates offered)