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Meditation Therapy II Holistic Counselling II Yoga Teacher Training
Mind & Body Courses II Holistic and wellbeing courses
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Our academy have accredited professional courses for you to go out teach and support others in Holistic Counselling II Meditation Therapy II Yoga Teacher training
✔︎ Internationally and Industry Accredited recognised education program setting you above and beyond to be an EXPERT in your field
✔︎ The business skills you need to run and set up a successful Holistic Counselling Practice
✔︎ Outstanding counselling & Holistic therapy techniques & tools to powerfully help your clients
✔︎ An evidence-based foundation built on scientific research and non-sectarian education
✔︎ All the skills you need to become a great Holistic Counsellor, Meditation Teacher, Stress Management Consultant or Holistic Life Coach
✔︎ Have a career in an Industry that will continue to grow with more people reaching out to FIND QUALIFIED MEDITATION TEACHERS, HOLISTIC COUNSELLORS AND YOGA TEACHERS
Holistic Counselling is is a unique form of counselling, focused on a person in their entirety. It considers physiological and psychological disorders as parts of a greater whole, and regards the mind, body, and spirit as fundamentally interconnected.
Meditation Therapy is a period of relaxed contemplation of the mind and body. The term is a broad one, and can characterise a wide variety of embodied practices ranging from deep breathing to movement of the breath and body. Gi gong, Dynamic movement, dance, music, focused awareness, zen, mantra, guided, visualisation and walking meditation are just some of the mind body meditations to practice. Meditation is particularly effective at easing the symptoms of anxiety, and people with post-traumatic stress may be able to reduce the frequency of intrusive thoughts and flashbacks with meditation. People struggling with substance abuse problems, may use meditation to reduce their cravings, focus on healing, and increase self-awareness and self-esteem.