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An in-depth 6 month training programme for learning to share Heart Based Living practices with others, beginning with a residential course and supported by an ongoing journey of learning, community and mentorship.
The Heart Based Living Ambassador Development Programme is open to people from all walks of life, who are inspired to deepen their practice and share the simple but profound practices of awareness, heart coherence and heart-based communication with others. The programme offers an ongoing community of support, kick-started by an initial 6 month period of training and mentorship, and sustained through online community, resource-sharing platforms and events for further development.
For those that have attended Heart-Based Living programmes (including our Heart-Based Living Intensive) and are inspired by and engaged in heart based living, we invite you to join the Ambassador community.
The Ambassadors Programme seeks to gather a large and diverse pool of heart based living ambassadors inspired to bring these simple and radical practices to their different communities.
Standardised course formats taught by persons of similar background and perspective are inadequate to meet the unique and changeable needs of the different groups they aim to serve. Bringing heart-based living to those in prisons, to hospices, to disengaged teenagers, to refugee groups and business communities– all need different language, orientation and approach. We seek to move beyond the “one size fits all” wellbeing course and adopt a more flexible and creative response inspired by the expertise, experience and inspiration of our Ambassadors.
The Ambassador’s Training equips Ambassadors with the key facilitation skills needed to share heart based practices and offers access to a dynamic participatory platform designed to enable the creation of individualised courses and offerings that express the authentic voices of the facilitators themselves and that meet the distinctive needs of the groups they work with.