Professional Breath Coaching Certificate Programme Part 1-2-3 in London
PART 1: OCTOBER 14-18, 2019 / LONDON
PART 2: NOVEMBER 11-15, 2019 / Adobe Connect, ONLINE
PART 3: DECEMBER 09-13, 2019 / LONDON
The ICF accredited Professional Breath Coaching Programme can only be attended once you have first completed the Basic Breath Training. (The Miracle Course.)
Completing this programme will place you in the privileged position of being able to give private breath sessions as a fully accredited and qualified breath coach. You will also be entitled to become a member of Nevsah Institute, where you can represent the institution as an accredited and accomplished breath coach and practise breath coaching in the school’s courses, workshops and private sessions.
The training is 146 hours in total. The whole programme is made up of 3 theory and practiculum parts, 3 written and 2 oral exams, 40 breath sessions with their detailed reports, 10 practiculum work in group breath sessions, 4 Practiculum Lessons and 3 practiculum work in Basic Breath Training.
Training Part 1: Participants will learn about the fundamentals of breath and develop a the crucial theoretical and practical understanding of the discipline, including: the chemistry of breath; how the respiratory system works; how to activate breath; and how to analyse dysfunctional breathing habits and help people learn functional, healthier breathing habits. The final day of this section will include a practical assessment.
Oral Exam 1: There is an oral exam the last day of Training Part 1.
Practiculum Sessions: The participants have to do 20 breath sessions in between Training Part 1 and 2.
Practiculum Lessons Part 1 and 2: The participants go over their sessions and their reports. Each bring 10 reports and go over their presentations about their sessions in each part. (20 sessions and 20 reports in total)
Written Exam 1: There is a written exam at the end of Training Part 1.
Training Part 2 / ONLINE: Participants will be introduced to the Psychology of Breath and breath coaching as an academically rigorous behavioural science. Lessons will focus on how breathing affects our chemistry, psychology, physiology and behaviour. This section will also include theory and practical examinations. Participants will also learn how to use educational capnography for further breath analysis.
Practiculum Sessions: The participants have to do 20 breath sessions in between Training Part 2 and 3.
Practiculum Lessons Part 2 and 3: The participants go over their sessions and their reports. Each bring 10 reports and go over their presentations about their sessions in each part. (20 sessions and 20 reports in total)
Written Exam 2: There is a written exam at the end of Training Part 2.
Training Part 3: participants will focus their attention on coaching, including: what coaching is; what it is not; coaching skills, coaching behaviours, powerful questions, and how to apply advanced coaching methods and techniques to breath coaching practice.
Oral Exam 2: There is an oral exam at the end of Training Part 3.
Written Exam 3: There is a written exam at the end of Training Part 3.