The program consists of 12 training sessions, which are held one weekend per month, for a year. Sessions will take place on Saturdays two times per month from 9am to 5pm.
You will have the chance to participate in both active and passive learning, ranging from techniques, training and practice, to methodology, ethics, anatomy and physiology. Every student will complete a teaching practical. During this part of the training, you will learn about observing and assisting, also having the opportunity to lead a supervised group and class teaching including feedback from our instructors.
Allowing a month between sessions offers our trainees the time to assimilate and deepen what they have learned, through personal practice and reflection. Each month, students will be assigned some homework and reading to complete between sessions, further encouraging their self discovery and the growth of their practice.