Mindfullybeing is excited to offer the One Year Online and In-person Kind And Mindful Approach to Living (KAMAL) Training Program.
KAMAL Training Program is community-focused, supervision-based, comprehensive, systematic and adapted mindfulness training. The programs are deliberately conducted in small groups (batch of 10-12 students) to enhance the learning experience. Mindfulness-based approaches are long-established and internationally recognised programs helping people thrive, be resilient and flourish.
KAMAL Training Program is offered by our skilled, experienced and professionally trained teachers. It is anchored in our core values of four C’s which are care, connection, community and collaboration. The program involves twelve months of active engagement in skilled, creative teaching and embodied learning environments.
Our mission is to train and connect the upcoming generation of creative Mindfullybeing Patrons by offering community support, skilful training and mentorship to help create wider, deeper and meaningful connections to heal oneself and the world.
KAMAL’s pathway is flexible, adaptive and takes account of your existing experience and challenges. We believe ongoing community support, collaboration and continuous supervision is the key ingredient for our growth as skilled practitioner and teacher.
We aim to remain engaged with our graduates (or Mitra as we call them) beyond the completion of their training. We also endeavour to offer more than just a standard training program but a lifelong relationship of support and mutual engagement. Some of our aims are to;
Mindfullybeing’s KAMAL TP involves active engagement in;
Our comprehensive program is suitable for those;
It is important for us that there be some alignment to our vision and our teachers in training aspirations and preferably to join our community of Patrons. For online training, applicants must have access to suitable technology, space, privacy and the technical ability to join. We invite Patrons who have;
Admissions are Now Open for August 2022-23 (email us for more info.)
“Meditation is not a means to an end. It is both the means and the end.”