Meditation courses at The School of Natural Health Sciences

Meditation Course

Self-Study: £135 Tutored: £295

A Diploma Correspondence Course of 11 Lessons

Subjects included in the Course:
• Introduction to Meditation
• Position and Posture
• Meditation and Mind
• Mantra Meditation
• The Chakra System and Meditation (I)
• The Chakra System and Meditation (II)
• Meditation in Complementary & Alternative Medicine
• Meditation and the Labyrinth
• Meditation and the Tarot
• Meditation Problems & Solutions
• Conducting a Meditation Class

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Course Fees

Course fees in £GBP

Tutored: Single payment of £295
or £95 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £50.

Self Study: Single payment of £135
or £35 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £25.

Course fees in $USD

Tutored: Single payment of $590
or $190 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of $100

Self Study: Single payment of $270
or $70 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of $50

This course also contains several ‘Audio Guided Meditations’.

This course leads to a Practitioner/Therapist Level Qualification. See our Accreditation Page for the list of ‘independent accrediting bodies’ who approve and accredit our courses in the UK and around the World.

Course Description

Meditation means awareness. Whatever you do with awareness, it is a form of meditation. ‘Watching your breath’ or ‘Listening to the Birds’ is meditation. As long as these activities are free from any other distraction to the mind, it is effective meditation. It also means a cessation of the thought process, a state of consciousness, when the mind is free of ‘scattered thoughts’ and intrusive patterns.

About the Course

This course in Meditation, takes the student on a journey through both Eastern and Western ‘meditation techniques’; from ‘Chakra Balancing’ to ‘Walking the Labyrinth’. The intended outcome of this course of study is twofold, the first is that the successful student should be able to ‘conduct their own meditations, for their own benefit’, and commence in ‘organising and leading meditation groups and classes’. The second is that this firm foundation in Meditation may be used as the basis for further ‘self-development’.

Who should take this Course?

This stand alone course, is aimed at students who wish to obtain ‘competence in practising and teaching meditation’. No previous qualifications are required, as this course covers the appropriate basics for those studying this subject for the first time.

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