Event Details

This event is running from 9 October 2018 until 13 November 2018. It is next occurring on October 23, 2018 12:00 pm


Interactive Live Teleconference

Online/teleconference dates: Oct 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov 6 and 13 (Tuesdays)

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Early Registration by Sept. 9, $375.00
General Registration after Sept. 9, $425.00

Transformative Mindfulness Methods include a series of simple, natural healing methods and meditations that empower adults and youth to change their response to problems that plague them and strengthen positive qualities, deepening acceptance of themselves and compassion for others. These methods can also draw on the power of the mind to help yourself and others to reduce or eliminate physical and mental pain. They assist in clarifying spiritual challenges associated with terminal illness and times of transition and deep questioning. These very simple but effective receptive visualizations, meditations and exercises can be coupled with drawing, writing or dialogue.

Effective either as therapeutic intervention methods or ongoing mindfulness meditation techniques and tools for life, they have been embraced enthusiastically by all ages – children over five years old and their parents, youth and adults personally and professionally. Their experiential nature have made them easily accessible for all cultures and traditions and very adaptable for groups and individuals with specific needs or problems.

In Level 1 you will:

  • Gain personal experience and introduction to methods.
  • You can use the methods for continued self-practice.
  • A certificate of attendence will be granted by Transformative Mindfulness International.

Both on-site or online/teleconference learning is available.
Please choose one option. 
Click here for on-site option.

This training will be facilitated by Shelley Urlando, International Trainer of Transformative Mindfulness Methods. She supports facilitator in 13 countries. She is an instructor at the University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies in the Foundations of Applied Mindfulness Meditation Program. She is the Program Coordinator and faculty at The Centre for Compassion & Wisdom, Burlington. She co-founded Mindfulness Halton/Peel Professional Community, and is an accredited practitioner of 16 Guidelines For Life.

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