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The Big Happiness Interview: How to become more Zen and transform your life – Metro

What is Zen and will it really help with our modern day stress, malaise and post-pandemic anxiety?

‘Zen literally means meditation,’ says Julian Daizan Skinner, the first Englishman to go to Japan and become a Zen master – he gave up his career as a scientist, sold his house, gave all his money away and entered a monastery 30 years ago.

Here we talk to Daizan on the process of becoming less stressed and more Zen.

Why will zen meditation make us happier?

Read the full article here: metro.co.uk/2022/05/22/the-big-happiness-interview-how-to-become-more-zen-and-transform-your-life-16683326/

Accreditation by the International Mindfulness Teachers Association

Accredited Mindfulness Teacher Training Programme

Our Mindfulness Teacher Training Program has just been accredited by the International Mindfulness Teachers Association (IMTA). That means they see us and our training course as a globally-recognized credential in the field of mindfulness instruction.

The IMTA is a US-based organisation that oversees international mindfulness teacher education and training standards. Their aims are to ensure teaching and education programs continue to meet the level of depth and rigour needed to serve students and clients at the highest level and standardize the mindfulness teaching profession.

Sharing the Zen

We were featured in the OM Yoga Teacher Training Guide 2017

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