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What you can do, or dream you can begin it; boldness has genius, power, and magic in it... - Goethe

Training and Supervision

Mindfullybeing offers an Online and In-person adapted Mindfulness-Based Program (MBP) called Kind And Mindful Approach to Living (KAMAL), developed by Dr Avinash Bansode and his team. It is anchored in our core values of 5C’s, which are Care, Connection, Community, Compassion and Collaboration.

Our mission is to train and connect the upcoming generation of creative Mindfullybeing Community Members by offering support, skilful training and mentorship over one to three years to help create wider, deeper and more meaningful connections to heal oneself and the world.

Who can engage and how?

Mindfullybeing patrons and members.

JOIN our community through membership prior to your admission and get a flavour of our evolving community and our trainers.

Nature of KAMAL Training

The basic foundation Year One program involves 12+ months of active and daily engagement in skilled, creative practice, teaching and embodied learning environments.

Years Two and Three will focus on further Deepening Practices, Buddhist Background and Integrating KAMAL into much wider social and workplace contexts.

KAMAL Training is community-focused, inclusive and supervision-based. It is comprehensive and systematic Training. It is deliberately conducted in small cohorts (10-12 graduates) to enhance the learning experience.

KAMAL’s pathway is progressive, flexible, adaptive and takes account of your existing experience and challenges. We believe ongoing community support, collaboration and continuous supervision are the key ingredients for our growth as skilled practitioners and teachers. We endeavour to offer more than just a standard teacher training program but a lifelong relationship of support and mutual engagement. Some of our aims are to;

  • develop knowledge and deep understanding
  • enhance skills and professional competencies required to teach
  • enrich one’s life, work and relationships
  • play our role in healing self and our environment

Stages of KAMAL Training

Aspects of KAMAL Training

  • building experience (through practice, reflection, and writing)
  • emphasis on embodied practice, formal, informal and relational
  • learning theory and practice informed by evidence-based (mindfulness and wider themes on social, climate, etc.)
  • strong peer support (online and in-person resources)
  • practical leading and teaching skills (incl. supervision)
  • monthly online day retreats,
  • celebrations and gatherings (sangha with small ‘s’)
  • Samatha (Deep Stillness) and Vipassana (Insight) retreats

KAMAL Training Learning Outcomes (click here)

We aim to remain engaged with our graduates (or Mitra, as we call them) beyond the completion of their training.

Want to be a Mindfulness Teacher? Get in touch

“Don’t let life harden your heart.”