iNLP Center Mindfulness Certification Training – The Most Effective and Efficient Way to Learn Mindfulness Techniques & Mindfulness Coaching

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iNLP Center’s Mindfulness Training at a glance:

  • 100% accredited interactive mindfulness certification training delivered through a state-of-the-art online platform
  • 13 module mindfulness course including Audios, Videos, Exercises, and Journal assignments
  • Downloadable 44-page Mindfulness Journal
  • Work entirely online – no travel required
  • Includes unlimited live mindfulness training sessions in our online classroom with a Certified Mindfulness Training Instructor
  • Practice and learn at your own pace with trainer support along the way
  • 24/7 access to your mindfulness learning material
  • Expert support when you need it via email, online chat, phone, and online classrooms
  • Private, student-only community to meet others, practice, and grow
  • Simple, intuitive online learning platform makes it easy to study
  • Mindfulness Certificate emailed to you at the completion of the course
  • No hidden fees!
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Our Mindfulness Certification is available for $499 or as a combination with other courses.

Training Program:

Certifications:

Features:

One-time Price:

Payment Plan:

Mindfulness
Training
• Mindfulness Practitioner
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 2 live sessions per week
• 1 Certificate
• Accredited by INA
$499
n/a
Mindfulness & NLP Combo
• Mindfulness Practitioner
• NLP Practitioner
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 10 live sessions per week
• 2 Certificates
• Accredited by INA
$899
$299 x 4 months
Practitioner
3-Pack
Mindfulness Practitioner
Hypnosis Practitioner Level 1
NLP Practitioner
• Bonus: Personal Development Program
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 12 live sessions per week
• 3 Certificates
• Accredited by IHF
• Accredited by INA

$1297


$340 x 4 months

Mindfulness Facts:

How do you train in mindfulness?

Mindfulness is often referred to as a practice, and what we practice has to do with paying attention to our moment-to-moment experience with openness, curiosity and care.

The first step in training your mind to access the state of mindfulness is to know what being mindful really means. Next step is to be mindful as often as possible. The more you practice accessing the state of mindfulness, the easier it will become over time.

As with other skills, practice makes perfect. So, in order to develop your mindfulness skills, you first need to know what is mindfulness and then you need to know how to engage in mindful activities.

Mindfulness activities can be divided into 2 categories: formal mindfulness (periods of quiet sitting mindfulness meditation) and informal mindfulness (engaging in regular activities, such as eating or exercising, but in a very conscious and mindful way.

To learn about mindfulness and its benefits, we need to practice it on a daily basis.
A one-time experience or occasional practice is not enough in terms of mental training.

Most mindfulness training programs last at least eight weeks. That period of time makes it easier for newcomers to mindfulness to develop new habits as they train in formal and informal mindfulness, and to experience the benefits that come with regular practice.

At the iNLP Center we offer well rounded Mindfulness Training which covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of mindfulness. Our course consists of written material that covers historical, scientific and practical information about mindfulness, guided mindfulness meditations to support your practice, and unlimited live sessions with a qualified Mindfulness Trainer who is there to support you as you develop your own mindfulness skills. Our course is self-paced, and we ask that you attend at least eight live classes in order to help you develop the habit of taking time to practice mindfulness. Your trainer is there to answer questions you may have about the theoretical and experiential aspects of mindfulness.

What are some mindfulness exercises?

Any activity can be done with mindful awareness. That is part of the beauty of mindfulness, it can be applied to all areas of life, from eating to gardening to listening to a friend.

A well-known mindfulness exercise is mindful eating. Mindful eating is best done when eating alone or when eating with others who are also going to practice mindful eating since it involves eating quietly.

When eating in such way, we slow down to really focus on the activity of eating, which also includes seeing, smelling, tasting and even listening to the foods we are eating. Savoring the food and experiencing it in a more conscious way with body and mind.

Mindful eating is the opposite of eating while multitasking or zoning away while munching and watching TV. Mindful eating about being fully present with our meal and noticing every sensory aspect related to it. Some people experience gratitude when eating in this way, and most report feeling fuller faster.

The Body Scan, a guided meditation which involves sensing the body from head to toe is another mindfulness exercise. It helps us become more aware of our body and its many parts, and by doing so we become more present and more in tune with our bodies.

Perhaps the most common mindfulness exercise is Mindful Breathing. This means paying full attention to our breath, not by controlling it, but by noticing it, by paying attention to each inhalation and exhalation, by feeling our belly expanding and compressing with each breath, and by learning to keep our attention there, at the core of our very physical existence.

Our Mindfulness Practitioner Course teaches you how to practice mindfulness in different scenarios and offers guided mindfulness meditations and exercises.

What qualifications do I need to teach mindfulness?

The most important qualification you must have in order to teach mindfulness is that you yourself have experienced and practiced mindfulness on a daily basis for some time and that you are familiar with the history, benefits, practices, challenges and benefits of mindfulness. Once you have experienced the benefits of mindfulness practice in your own mind and life, it will be much easier to explain mindfulness to others.

Aside from having a regular personal daily mindfulness practice that you’ve maintained for some time (months or ideally years), it is important that you know about the history of this ancient practice, which is at least 2600 years old. While mindfulness has gained popularity as a stress management tool in modern times, it is certainly not a panacea and people with certain mental health conditions need to approach it with some caution since it increases introspection and awareness of the inner mental life. Therefore, in order to teach mindfulness, a mindfulness practitioner must know about the contraindications of mindfulness.

Our Mindfulness Practitioner Certification Course covers the history, science and applications of mindfulness and it is taught by a Mindfulness Trainer who has been studying and practicing mindfulness for over 15 years and holds a Certificate in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy from the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Our course is comprehensive and it is meant to give you a complete and well-rounded introduction to mindfulness.

Our Mindfulness Practitioner Certification is not an official “mindfulness teacher training” course per se (those tend to be longer). Our course was developed to introduce anyone into the world of mindfulness and offer them a solid foundation from which to grow and develop a life-long mindfulness journey, and to teach mindfulness to life coaches and others who work with clients in the personal development world since mindfulness helps improve listening skills and the capacity to be more empathic.

However, because we ask that you come to at least eight live weekly sessions and that you practice mindfulness on a daily basis while you study with us, our course supports your evolution as a mindfulness practitioner. If you follow our recommendations for at least eight weeks and you keep practicing mindfulness after you complete it, it will give you the experience, confidence and information you need to teach mindfulness to others if you wish to do so. Many of our graduates (who tend to be coaches, counselors or teachers) feel confident enough to teach mindfulness to their clients and students by the time they complete their certification.

iNLP Center’s Mindfulness Certification & Training Modules:

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 1

Module 1: What is Mindfulness?

This module defines mindfulness and summarizes its rich history which spans 2600 years.

After completing this module, you will be familiar with ancient and modern definitions of mindfulness- an ancient wellness practice backed by modern science.

Module 1
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?
Unit 1
Course Introduction
Unit 2
Live Session Classroom Access
Unit 3
Mindfulness Journal
Unit 4
Defining Mindfulness
Unit 5
Jon Kabat-Zinn's Definition of Mindfulness
Unit 6
Thich Nhat Hanh's Definition of Mindfulness
Unit 7
A Definition of Mindfulness
Unit 8
Mindfulness Myths
Unit 9
History of Mindfulness
Unit 10
Origins of Mindfulness
Unit 11
The Four Noble Truths
Unit 12
The Noble Eightfold Path
Unit 13
The West Discovers Mindfulness

Mindfulness Certification Module 2

Module 2: Why Practice Mindfulness?

This module discusses the benefits of mindfulness according to modern science and according to the classic mindfulness text: The discourse on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

You will learn why mindfulness has become a mainstream stress management and wellness practice.

Module 2
WHY PRACTICE MINDFULNESS?
Unit 1
Why Mindfulness?
Unit 2
Scientific Research and Mindfulness
Unit 3
Original Goals of Mindfulness
Unit 4
Contraindications of Mindfulness

Module 3: How to Practice Mindfulness

This module covers the how-to aspects of mindfulness. You’ll learn about formal and informal ways to practice mindfulness and how to address your thinking mind while practicing mindfulness.

Module 3
HOW TO PRACTICE MINDFULNESS
Unit 1
General Instructions for Practicing Mindfulness
Unit 2
The Mindfulness Sutra
Unit 3
Formal and Informal Mindfulness
Unit 4
Inner and Outer Stimulus
Unit 5
Working with Mind Wandering
Unit 6
Time

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 4

Module 4: Mindfulness of the Body

This module covers an in-depth exploration of the First Foundation of Mindfulness: the breathing body and all its parts, functions and actions.

Module 4
MINDFULNESS OF THE BODY
Unit 1
The First Foundation of Mindfulness
Unit 2
Mindfulness of Breathing
Unit 3
Guided Meditation- Breathing
Unit 4
Guided Meditation Breathing Exercise
Unit 5
Beyond Mindfulness of Breathing
Unit 6
Mindfulness of the Positions of the Body
Unit 7
Mindfulness of the Actions of the Body
Unit 8
Mindfulness of the Parts that Make Up the Body
Unit 9
Guided Meditation- Body Scan
Unit 10
Mindful Body Scan Exercise
Unit 11
Mindfulness of the Elements in the Body
Unit 12
Mindfulness of the Impermanence of the Body

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 5

Module 5: Mindfulness of Feelings

This module explores the Second Foundation of Mindfulness: the realm of pleasant, neutral and unpleasant sensations as perceived by the body-mind system.

Module 5
MINDFULNESS OF FEELINGS
Unit 1
Feelings
Unit 2
Types of Feelings
Unit 3
The Life Span of a Feeling
Unit 4
Feeling Calm
Unit 5
Becoming Mindful of Different Feelings
Unit 6
Instructions for Practicing Mindfulness of Feelings
Unit 7
Guided Meditation- Feelings
Unit 8
Mindfulness of Feelings Exercise

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 6

Module 6: Mindfulness of the Mind

This module discusses the Third Foundation of Mindfulness: the mental and emotional experiences produced and perceived by the psyche.

Module 6
MINDFULNESS OF THE MIND
Unit 1
The Mind
Unit 2
Mental and Emotional States
Unit 3
Identifying States of Mind
Unit 4
Instructions for Practicing Mindfulness of the Mind
Unit 5
Guided Meditation - The Mind
Unit 6
Guided Meditation - The Mind - Exercise

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 7

Module 7: Mindfulness of the Objects of the Mind

This module covers the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness: the world as perceived by the five senses and the ability to think and become aware of our thinking processes.

Module 7
MINDFULNESS OF THE OBJECTS OF THE MIND
Unit 1
Objects of the Mind
Unit 2
Types of Objects
Unit 3
Instructions for Mindfulness of the Objects of the Mind
Unit 4
Guided Meditation-Mindfulness
Unit 5
Guided Meditation Objects of the Mind Exercise

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 8

Module 8: Walking Meditation

This module explores the how-to aspects of a form of moving mindfulness- walking meditation. This form of meditation uses movement as a way to access mindfulness.

Module 8
WALKING MEDITATION
Unit 1
Walking Mindfulness
Unit 2
Instructions
Unit 3
Pace and Speed
Unit 4
Walking Meditation Exercise

Module 9: Informal Mindfulness Practices

Here you will learn about embracing a mindful attitude in any situation, particularly while carrying out daily actions such as eating and being with others.

Module 9
INFORMAL MINDFULNESS PRACTICES
Unit 1
An Informal Structure
Unit 2
Activity Based Mindfulness
Unit 3
Mindful Pauses
Unit 4
Mindful Breathing Pauses
Unit 5
Mindful Posture Pauses
Unit 6
Mindful Action Pauses
Unit 7
Mindful Eating
Unit 8
Mindful Eating Exercise
Unit 9
Mindfulness Here and Now

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 10

Module 10: Mindfulness and NLP

Step by step instructions are offered so that you can deepen your mindfulness throughout the day via your 5 senses and your ability to become aware of yourself at any moment.

Module 10
MINDFULNESS AND NLP
Unit 1
Information Processing
Unit 2
Mindful Listening
Unit 3
Mindful Listening Exercise
Unit 4
VAK Mindfulness
Unit 5
Kinesthetic Mindfulness
Unit 6
Visual Mindfulness
Unit 7
Auditory Mindfulness

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 11

Module 11: Mindfulness and the Perception of Time

This module explores the ways in which one can become mindful of one’s perception of time and how its commonly distorted depending on our mental state. Mindful exercises are offered.

Module 11
MINDFULNESS AND THE PERCEPTION OF TIME
Unit 1
Mindfulness and Time
Unit 2
Inner and Outer Time
Unit 3
The Stress-Time Continuum
Unit 4
Working with Time

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 12

Module 12: Ego and the Notion of Self

This module offers practical insights into the use of mindfulness for self-exploration, self-understanding and self-liberation. Mindful exercises are offered.

Module 12
EGO AND THE NOTION OF SELF
Unit 1
Ego Stories vs. Mindfulness
Unit 2
Two Kinds of Ego Stories
Unit 3
Moving Beyond Ego Stories
Unit 4
The History of Spoons
Unit 5
Outcomes of the Spoon Phenomenon

Mindfulness Certification Training Module 13

Module 13: Final Assignments

The module is your final certification module. It is only for journal entry and to practice and submit your mindfulness demonstration submission.

Module 13
FINAL ASSIGNMENTS
Unit 1
Journal
Unit 2
Mindfulness Demo

What your Mindfulness Certification Training Includes:

Once enrolled you will have access to your Student Dashboard and tools to start your course.

Elements of the Mindfulness Training Course:

Assignments
Assignments are an integral part of your training. Receiving your certification is conditional upon your successful completion (80% grade or better) of all assignments. Some assignments may ask you to work with a volunteer of your choice. This can be a friend, family member, co-worker, or an actual client. Other assignments may ask you to complete a writing assignment or answer a question or to record yourself on audio. In lieu of recording, you may attend live training sessions to demonstrate your new skills with your trainer.

• Audios
Throughout your mindfulness training, you will have several guided meditation to listen to and follow.

• Live Mindfulness Training Sessions
In addition to the self-paced online mindfulness certification course material, you will also be learning during your live training sessions. These live sessions take place in our virtual classroom between you, your trainer, and a small group of students. You are required to attend at least eight but also able to attend as many as you like.

These sessions are an opportunity for you to learn more about each topic covered in this course, practice your skills, see and participate in live demonstrations, and ask questions. It is highly recommended to attend as many live training sessions as possible to get the most from this training and develop your skills as an effective mindfulness practitioner and coach. Directions for attending are located in the first module of this course.

• Journaling
An important part of your training is keeping a daily mindfulness journal. We provide a 44-page downloadable journal where you can keep your thoughts throughout your course as well as respond to course journal prompt.

Mindfulness Certification Platform
Mindfulness Journal

Upon successful completion of this course, you may request your mindfulness certificate in the last unit.

Anytime you need help we are here for you. You can click on the “Questions?” chat box at the bottom right of the screen, email your trainer, or call us.


Unlimited Live Mindfulness  Training Sessions Included!

Mindfulness Certification Training Classroom

You are required to attend at least 10 online mindfulness sessions during your mindfulness training. They are held in our online Zoom classroom with your Mindfulness Certification instructor.

We encourage to attend as many live mindfulness training sessions as possible! You can attend them throughout your course, and even after. They are included with your course fee and give you the added value of learning from a professional mindfulness coach where you can ask questions, practice mindfulness techniques, connect with other students, and get tips for building your mindfulness personal and business practice.


Our Mindfulness Certification is available for $499 or as a combination with other courses.

Training Program:

Certifications:

Features:

One-time Price:

Payment Plan:

Mindfulness
Training
• Mindfulness Practitioner
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 2 live sessions per week
• 1 Certificate
• Accredited by INA
$499
n/a
Mindfulness & NLP Combo
• Mindfulness Practitioner
• NLP Practitioner
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 10 live sessions per week
• 2 Certificates
• Accredited by INA
$899
$299 x 4 months
Practitioner
3-Pack
Mindfulness Practitioner
Hypnosis Practitioner Level 1
NLP Practitioner
• Bonus: Personal Development Program
• 100% Online Access
• Attend up to 12 live sessions per week
• 3 Certificates
• Accredited by IHF
• Accredited by INA

$1297


$340 x 4 months

This course may be bundled with other programs for a discounted rate. Please inquire for pricing.