Dru Meditation teacher training course
The Dru Meditation teacher training course (DMTT) is a powerful transformational journey that provides you with essential tools to live in a positive and successful way. It takes you progressively deeper into the science of meditation. It’s a systematic approach working through the koshas which are the different levels through which we experience the world.
Yoga and meditation teacher
The Dru Meditation course gave me the stillness I never thought possible. I learned to trust my ability to meditate after years of doubt that it would ever happen... I feel more alive in my skin, more awake in my energy, more calm in my emotions and more empowered in my thoughts. It has changed the way I teach so that it is more authentic, more real and more effective for those in front of me!
What you will learn...
- yoga preparations for meditation
- techniques to enhance your concentration and focus
- potent Dru prana kriyas, pranayama (breathwork), mudra and visualisation techniques meditations for healing the body
- meditative contemplation techniques
- chanting and mantra meditation
- how to manage group energetics
- how to maximise the benefits of your meditation
- deep exploration of the 5 koshas:
annamaya kosha—physical body as a gateway to the quiet mind;
pranamaya kosha—awareness of energy;
manomaya kosha—understanding what drives us;
vijnanamaya kosha—programming our thoughts;
anandamaya kosha—resting in stillness and bliss.
Think you'd like to sign up?
If you're interested in Dru Meditation, express your interest here.
Some of the benefits of the Dru Meditation teacher training course...
- learn how to relax at will and be in charge of your mind
- create more success in your life through the use of specific meditation techniques
- live in tune with your natural rhythm and master your emotions
- enhance your personal and spiritual development
- manifest your personal goals
- develop harmony in yourself and your relationships
- become an effective meditation teacher
Dru takes you deeply into the science of meditation.
It shows you how to take your awareness from the physical body through to the deepest layers of your being.
What if I’m new to Dru Meditation?
Previous knowledge of meditation is not necessary as there are several options to help you gain the necessary experience. Generally, as a precursor to the teacher training course, we suggest that you:
1. attend a preparatory Dru Meditation retreat
2. book a personal mentoring with a senior Dru Meditation tutor
3. purchase a copy of the Dru Yoga book Stillness in Motion
4. join Dru Yoga Online, and focus on the Energy Block Release sequences
5. have a basic knowledge of the chakras and subtle anatomy
6. attend a Dru Yoga class regularly if possible
7. subscribe to the Dru Meditation Online course
The DMTTC taught me how to regain my calm in the midst of the hustle and bustle of life, to see things from different perspectives and to be more open to others ideas. As a result I am a more successful project manager.
When do I qualify as a Dru Meditation teacher?
Once you’ve attended all the course days, completed the necessary assignments and passed the final teaching assessment.
There will be on-going brief teaching practice assignments throughout the
course. Your tutors and peers will assess your final teaching practice. For this you’ll be asked to teach at least three different aspects of meditation to your fellow students.
Assessments: projects and assignments
If you wish to graduate from this course with a Dru Meditation Teacher diploma there are a number of assessment processes built into the course.
On this course the emphasis for your assignments is on your personal practice, and a meditation journal that we ask you to keep as a record of your personal practice.
There will also be a written assignment, as well as revision exercises during the course days. These revision exercises will help you keep up to date with the course syllabus. They are organised in a stress-free, informal way.
We provide detailed course manuals to assist your home learning process, although much of what you learn will come directly from your tutors. The notes in the manuals are intended as aids to help you remember; they are a foundation to support your own experience. They can never substitute for live tuition.