Course Curriculum

114: How To Lead A Guided Meditation

  • 1
    WELCOME AND ORIENTATION
    • START HERE
    • HOW TO TAKE THIS COURSE
    • COURSE MATERIALS
    • SYLLABUS
    • ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
    • Q&A
  • 2
    LESSON ONE: MEDITATION OVERVIEW
    • JOURNAL REFLECTION #1
    • INTRODUCTION TO LESSON ONE
    • WHAT IS MEDITATION?
    • WHAT IS GUIDED MEDITATION?
    • JOURNAL REFLECTION #2
    • GUIDED MEDITATION STYLES AND BENEFITS
    • QUIZ: MEDITATION OVERVIEW
    • OUTSIDE PRACTICE AND HOMEWORK
  • 3
    LESSON TWO: HOW TO DESIGN A GUIDED MEDITATION
    • DESIGNING A GUIDED MEDITATION
    • WRITE YOUR GUIDED MEDITATION
    • OUTSIDE PRACTICE AND HOMEWORK
  • 4
    LESSON THREE: RECORD AND SELF-ASSESS
    • INTRODUCTION TO LESSON THREE
    • RECORD, LISTEN AND EVALUATE
    • PEER EVALUATION
  • 5
    REVIEW AND NEXT STEPS
    • FINAL ASSESSMENT
    • ACADEMIC HONOR
    • CONCLUSION & OUTSIDE PRACTICE

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Design and write an effective guided meditation.

  • Evaluate your own guided meditation and describe the benefits of meditation with your students.

  • Compare and contrast the benefits and effects of three common styles of meditation.

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Meet Your Instructor

  • David Procyshyn

    Senior Instructor

    David Procyshyn

    David is a yoga and meditation teacher with 15 years of teaching experience and 25 years of practice. His knowledge of the various aspects of yoga and meditation, particularly functional anatomy, relaxation, sleep and anxiety, have informed his teaching and allowed him to help others realize their potential. David lives in Victoria, BC, Canada with his wife, son, step-daughter, two cats and six chickens.