Fundamentals of Teaching Mindful Movement
May 22 (Saturday) at 10:00 am

Sydney Spears, PhD, RYT-200
Class length
5 hours
How is mindful movement different from a typical yoga class? Why is embodiment important in mindfulness practice? This unique training for mindfulness informed professionals will guide participants in a better understanding of mindful movement practices from a trauma-aware perspective. Offered online via Zoom (read about our online etiquette) and led by certified mindfulness and yoga teachers, this training is appropriate for anyone who offers or wishes to offer the attitudes and practices of mindfulness in their work with others. Comfortable attire you can move in and a yoga mat will be useful for this training.

There is a two part process to reserving your seat in this class:
1. Register for the desired class using this form (you must have a waiver on file with MAM), and
2. Purchase the appropriate pass by clicking the link below (save by becoming a member for as little as $15 per month):
**No refunds the week (7 days) before the event and thereafter. 4 CEs are available to KS & MO licensed mental health providers who attend the entire event.

Learning Objectives:
  • Explore the importance of embodiment to mindfulness practice and overall wellbeing
  • Understand the difference between mindful movement and other forms of movement practices
  • Learn strategies for teaching mindful movement in a trauma-aware and inclusive manner
  • Gain real-time experience in guiding others in mindful movement practices
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