Schenectady Peace Project: Meditation Leader Training

Has meditation transformed your life for the better?

Are you interested in helping the Schenectady Peace Project reach more people?

Join us for the next Peace Project Meditation Leader Training program!

3 consecutive Wednesdays- 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 6:30-8:30

Become an inspiring meditation leader trained to share scientifically proven, time-tested meditation techniques for the Schenectady Peace Project.

Share the transformative power of mindfulness and meditation with your students, family, friends, clients, or patients to help them discover newfound strength, vitality, creativity, inner peace, and greater well-being in their everyday lives.

Overview of the Meditation Teacher Training Program

The Schenectady Peace Project Meditation Leader Certification program is designed to provide a sound understanding of the Project itself, its goals, and most importantly its meditation protocol, along with the science that supports it. Our main objective is to help you feel confident delivering professional meditation instructions and inspire others to experience the benefits of meditation, during, and beyond the Schenectady Peace Project .

The program consists of three training sessions, some basic assignments and many opportunities to practice what you learn under the guidance of meditation professionals Anne-Marie Serre, Corporate Meditation and Yoga teacher, and Jerry Petell, LMSW. Bethany Gonyea, Biofeedback Specialist and Founder of the Global Peaceful Cities Project is also supervising the training program. Together, these three individuals have over 46 years of meditation practice and a strong passion to share the benefits of meditation with others.

Will You Make a Great Meditation leader?
A great meditation leader has:
– A dedicated personal meditation practice, one that they’ve been doing every day for a substantial length of time;
– A commitment to their practice even when times are tough… or, if they started because times were tough, they remain committed to their practice even when life is easy;
– Experience in the tangible benefits of meditation in their own lives and the ability to articulate them;
– Mental, physical, and emotional balance;
– A grounded, yet light-hearted approach to life and meditation;
– Respect for each person’s personal beliefs and credo, no matter how different they may be from their own.
Next training session to be announced based on interest and demand.

Donations are accepted for participation in the program.

Questions? Contact: (518) 227-6486