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Engaged Mindfulness Institute 
Mindfulness Teacher Training 

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Become a Certified Professional Mindfulness Teacher (CMT-P)

Enrollment is limited--apply now! 

Our training enrolls once a year...  

Train with the best . . .

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Study and learn from world-renowned mindfulness teachers. We have gathered a brilliant group of teachers who are all experts in the field of mindfulness.   Learn more about our 27 Faculty members and what they will be teaching you here. 

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Our Unique Focus

In this time of uncertainty, the world needs more people willing to step up to teach trauma-informed Mindfulness as a key skill for resilience.  Engaged Mindfulness Insitute specializes in training people to bring mindfulness to those in underserved communities.  

We’ve been providing Mindfulness Teacher Training for over eight years to changemakers around the world and have certified hundreds of graduates of our year-long training. 

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Our Training Includes

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In-Depth Coursework (online)

Some of the richest learning will occur through joining with your training cohort (limited to 50 participants per year) online for a deep dive into the foundations of mindfulness and all aspects of teaching. Online coursework includes lectures, discussions, readings, exams, and written assignment

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Communities of Practice
(online)

The training includes ongoing participation in a robust, online Community of Practice led by an EMI Faculty member. In your small (6-8 participants), bi-weekly Zoom group, you will share your learning about the key concepts of the training and practice teaching and receiving feedback. 

You will also be meeting with your faculty group leader one- on-one two times during the training to work with you on developing your teaching skills. 

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Retreats
(hybrid)

Four intensive 4-day retreats -The first two online retreats focus on deepening your practice, the second two are  'training' retreats where you will present mindfulness and receive feedback from your peers.  The second two retreats can be attended online or in person at our retreat center in Deerfield MA, US. 

COST 

Your choice of one of these three options:

1. Pay-It-Forward Course Fee: One Payment  of $4,750
Required $250 (nonrefundable) deposit to hold your space in the training
Three pay
ments (after deposit) of $1600, or
Six payments (after deposit) of $850
(this price helps fund our Scholarship fee--see below)

2. Sustainer Course Fee: One payment of $3,750
Required $250 (nonrefundable) deposit to hold your space in the training

Three payments (after deposit) of $1,350, or
Six payments (after deposit) of $700
(this price allows us to continue offering this training)

3. Scholarship-Supported Course Fee: One Payment of $2,750
Required $250 (nonrefundable) deposit to hold your space in the training

Three payments (after deposit) of $1000 or
Six payments (after deposit) of $550
(this price has limited spaces available) 

Certification

with IMTA

We were the first organization to be authorized by the International Mindfulness Teachers. Association. 

All of our graduates are eligible to receive the highest

IMTA certification of Mindfulness Teacher Professional Level.  CMT-P

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EMI's MTT Learning Outcomes

1) Knowledge: acquire knowledge of the classical and modern scientific foundations of mindfulness.
2) Personal Practice: Establish a consistent mindfulness meditation and mindful movement practice for enhanced teaching context and personal wellness.
3) Well-Being Skills: develop practical skills in building resilience, compassion, and empathy and in teaching these same skills to students / supporting students in doing the same.
4) Ability to Guide Students: develop skills in guiding basic mindfulness practices including mindfulness of body and breath, body scan, and compassion meditation.
5) Group Facilitation Skills: Develop a trauma-informed, effective teaching and facilitation style to skillfully engage with individuals and facilitate small groups.
6) Cultural Humility: Develop the knowledge, skill, and sensitivity required to teach mindfulness and facilitate mindfulness-based interventions in a manner appropriate to the interest, cultural, and educational background, and health status of the individuals and groups you are working with, especially at-risk individuals, vulnerable populations, and underserved communities.

Become an active changemaker

The world needs your skills now more than ever!