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Certificate Level Training Course.

Certificate in Meditation Teaching and Holistic Human Development

Commencement date:

10 Week Teacher Training
Monday, 9th March 2020 7am - 9pm.
12 modules, run at 1 module per week (last two weeks we will do 2 modules per class) plus home study (total 120 hours)

Course Fee: (paid in full on enrolment) $1100

Payment plan:

Paid on enrolment: $497 enrolment fee

Weekly Payments of: $100 till paid

Total Fee: Total $1297

*Please note payments are to be competed prior to course commencement*

Includes one full year of IMTTA Practitioner Registration free.

Limited positions – this course typically fills quickly so please enrol soon to guarantee your position. 

Graduates will receive the IMTTA Certificate in Meditation Teaching and Holistic Human Development and are entitled to use the letters Cert.Med.Hol.Couns. (IMTTA) 

This course includes:

Certificate of Meditation Teaching,

Certificate in Chair Yoga Instruction and 

Certificate in Holistic Counselling and Life Coaching.

You can choose to complete further postgraduate courses after graduating from the Certificate in Meditation Teaching and Holistic Human Development, as standalone short courses if you wish. Completion of an additional four postgraduate courses after completion of your Certificate course will elevate your qualification to the Diploma of Meditation Therapy and Holistic Counselling.

Practitioner Registration

All graduates receive an invitation to join the International Meditation Teachers Association (IMTTA) FREE for the first year, as a registered IMTTA Practitioner.

The IMTTA will provide you with resources, support and guidance to assist you in beginning and successfully establishing your new holistic practice. (You can re-register each year after the first free year expires at $220 per year if you wish to receive continuing support and assistance.) You will receive your invitation to join the IMTTA free when you graduate from your training course (Certificate in Meditation Teaching and Holistic Human Development) and can start working in your exciting new career immediately. Even if you plan to continue studying, through postgraduate courses, to achieve your Diploma, Advanced Diploma, or Masters in Holistic Counselling.

Course Outcomes

On Completion of this Certificate level intensive training course you will be qualified to work as a professional meditation teacher and holistic counsellor.

You will be able to work for yourself teaching meditation, chair yoga and positive life skills in the community to groups and individuals and in the corporate sector as a stress management consultant. You will also be able to provide holistic counselling services. You may also seek employment, if you wish, in holistic healthcare centres, wellbeing clinics, health clubs, natural therapies centres and retreats, gymnasiums, respite centres and community centres as well as several other areas that seek to employ qualified holistic therapists with a focus on meditation therapy and positive self-development. 

On completion, you will have the skills, qualifications and confidence to develop a solid general holistic wellbeing practice and you will have ongoing practitioner support to assist you in successfully developing your practice. 

You will be able to register for full membership with the International Institute of Complementary Therapist, the International Meditation Teachers Association and the Complementary Medical Association as well as with the International Meditation Teacher Trainers Association. This training course is among the most highly accredited meditation teacher and holistic counsellors training course in the world and you will also be able to obtain professional insurance.

Course Modules

Studies in Chair Yoga, Holistic Counselling and Meditation Techniques are a core component throughout all course modules.

Module One - Foundation Studies in Meditation

History and Theory of Meditation

Developing Meditation routines

Deepening and refining your own practice

Module Two – Stress; Understanding Cause & Effect

Understanding stress

Physiological responses to stress

Psychological causes of stress

Module Three - Foundations of Human Happiness

The psychology of happiness

Subconscious programming and reprogramming

States of mind & Fundamentals of self-image

Module Four - Tools for Healing

Tools for healing

Positive thinking skills

Foundations of Mind-Body Medicine

Meditation as a healing tool & Hypnotic states

Module Five - Meditation Styles and Techniques

Poses and positions

Breath work

Chakras and energy Meditations

Guided Meditations & visualization

Mantras and affirmations in Meditation

Module Six - Teaching

Talking to groups & Group leadership skills

Answering questions about Meditation Leading guided Meditations

Overcoming obstacles to Meditation practice

Creating safe and effective teaching environments

Module Seven - Working with Specific Groups


People with disabilities

Health care professionals & business clients

Difficult clients

Module Eight - Counselling & Coaching Skills

Client-centred approach

Active listening skills

Identifying obstacles

Case studies

Module Nine - Running Classes and Workshops

Basic Meditation

The IMTTA Course (Meditation, Stress Management & Personal Development Combination)

IMTTA Teen Program (Meditation for Teenagers)

Choosing Venues

Module Ten - Corporate and Community Settings

Corporate stress management and relaxation workshops

Approaching community groups and organizations

Volunteer and community work

Module Eleven – Small Business Management

Ethics and Professionalism

Your public profile

Fundamentals of customer service

Maintaining student/client records

Charging for your services

Running a small home office

Module Twelve – Marketing; The key to success

Understanding the power of branding

Targeted marketing and advertising

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  • Deep Muscle Relaxation Meditation
  • Zen Meditation
  • Mindfullness Meditation
  • Chakra Meditation
  • Mantra Meditation
  • Concentrative Meditation
  • Movement Meditation
  • Creative Visualization Meditation
  • Affirmations

Meditation character traits

  • Decreases the heart rate
  • Decreases the respiratory rate
  • Decreases blood pressure
  • Decreases oxygen consumption
  • Decreases muscle tension

Brain Waves in Meditation:

  • Alpha Brain Waves
  • Gamma Brain Waves
  • Theta Brain Waves
  • Delta Brain Waves

Physiology Of The Stress Response

Positive psychology

Human behavioural manifestations of fight-or-flight

Negative effects of the stress response in humans

Recognising stress

Coping with stress

Stress management