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Following the Noble Eight Fold Path
Attaining Nirvana in Your Everyday Life
Navigating the Four Truths
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The Four Noble Truths are the essence of Buddhism and provide a plan
to deal with all of the suffering that humans face. These truths state
that life is filled with different types of suffering; suffering has a
cause and an end; and you reach Nirvana when you end this suffering. The
Noble Eightfold Path outlines the steps you must take to achieve
Nirvana in your life. The Four Noble Truths describe the sickness in
the human experience, and the Noble Eightfold Path is the prescription
that provides healing. Understanding the truths and traveling the path
will lead to peace and happiness in life.


Part 1

Following the Noble Eight Fold Path

  1. 1


    Meditate regularly. Meditation is the key to
    changing how your mind works and will allow you to travel the path to
    nirvana. It should be a part of your everyday life. While you can learn
    to meditate on your own, a teacher can help guide you and apply proper
    techniques.[1] You can meditate alone, but it is helpful to meditate with other people and under the guidance of a teacher.[2]

    • You cannot travel the path without meditating. Meditation will help you better understand yourself and the world.
  2. 2


    Have the right view. The Buddhist teachings (i.e. The
    Four Noble Truths) are the lens that you view the world through. If you
    are unable to accept the teachings, you will not be able to follow the
    other steps in the path. The right view and the right understanding is
    the foundation of the path. See the world as it really is and not as
    you would like for it to be.[3] You seek to understand reality completely and through an objective lens. This requires you to examine, study, and learn.

    • The Four Noble Truths are the basis of the right understanding. You
      must believe that those truths describe things as they really are.[4]
    • Nothing is perfect or permanent. Think critically about situations
      instead of inserting your personal feelings, desires, and concerns.
  3. 3


    Have right intentions. Commit yourself to developing
    an attitude that is line with your belief system. Act as if all life is
    equal and deserves to be treated with compassion and love. This applies
    to yourself and to others. Reject thoughts that are selfish, violent,
    and hateful. Love and non-violence should should be the rule.[5]

    • Show regard for all living things (e.g. plants, animals, and
      people) regardless of their status. For example, you would treat a
      wealthy person and poor person with the same respect. People from all
      backgrounds, age groups, races, ethnicity, economic groups should be
      treated equally.
  4. 4


    Speak the right words. The third step is the right
    speech. When practicing the right speech, you do not lie, slander,
    gossip, or speak harshly. Instead you speak kind and truthful words.[6] You words should affirm and uplift others. Knowing when to be silent and holding back your words is also important.

    • Having the right speech is something you practice every day.
  5. 5


    Have the right action. Your actions flow out of what is in your heart and in your mind. Treat yourself and other people well.[7]
    Do not destroy life or steal. Live a peaceful life and help other
    people live peaceful lives as well. Be honest when you deal with other
    people. For example, you would not deceive or lie to get ahead or get
    something that you want.[8]

    • Your presence and actions should be positive and improve the lives of other people and society.
  6. 6


    Choose a right Livelihood. Choose a profession that
    is in agreement with your beliefs. Do not have a job that harms other
    people, involves killing animals, or cheating. Selling weapons, drugs,
    or working at a slaughterhouse are not acceptable occupations.[9] Whatever profession you choose, you must carry it out with integrity.

    • For example, if you work in sales, you would not use deception or lies to get people to purchase your product.
  7. 7


    Practice the right effort. Putting true effort into
    anything that you do will lead to success. Rid your mind of negative
    thoughts and focus on positive thinking. Have enthusiasm for whatever
    you do (e.g. school, career, friendships, hobbies etc.).[10]
    You have to consistently practice having positive thoughts as this does
    not always come naturally. This will prepare your mind to practice
    mindfulness.[11] The four tenets of right effort are:

    • Prevent evil and unwholesome states (sensual desire, ill will, worry, doubt, restlessness) of from arising
    • Get rid of evil and unwholesome states that have already arisen by
      countering them with good thoughts, redirecting your attention to
      something else, or confronting the thought and investigating the source
      of the thought.[12]
    • Produce good and wholesome states
    • Maintain and perfect the good and wholesome states
  8. 8


    Practice Mindfulness. Mindfulness allows you to see
    reality and see things as they really are. The four foundations of
    mindfulness are contemplation of body, feelings, states of mind, and
    phenomena. When you are mindful, you live in the moment and are open to
    the entire experience.[13]
    You focus on your present situation not on the future or the past. Be
    attentive to your body, your feelings, your thoughts, your ideas, and
    everything around you.[14]

    • Living in the present frees you desires from your future and past.
    • Mindfulness also means being attentive to other people’s feelings, emotions, and body.
  9. 9


    Focus your mind. Right concentration is the ability to focus your mind on a single object and not be distracted by outside influences.[15]
    Going through the other parts of the path will allow you concentrate.
    Your mind will be focused and not filled with stress and anxiety. You
    will have a good relationship with yourself and the world. Right
    concentration allows you to view something clearly and as it truly is.

    • Concentration is similar to mindfulness. However, when you
      concentrate you are not aware of all of the different sensations and
      feelings. For example, if you are concentrating on an exam, you are
      only focused on taking the exam. If you were practicing mindfulness
      during the exam, you would notice how you felt taking the exam, how the
      other people around you were acting, or how you were sitting during the
      exam.


Part 2

Attaining Nirvana in Your Everyday Life

  1. 1


    Practice Loving Kindness (metta bhavana). Metta means
    non-romantic love, kindness,and friendliness. It is a feeling that
    comes from your heart, and it has to be cultivated and practiced. It is
    usually practiced in five stages. If you are a beginner, try to stay in
    each stage for five minutes.[16]

    • Stage 1- Feel metta for yourself. Focus on feelings of peace,
      tranquility, strength, and confidence. You can repeat the phrase “May I
      be well and happy.” to yourself.
    • Stage 2- Think of a friend and all of the things that you like about
      them. Repeat the phrase, “May they be well; may they be happy.”
    • Stage 3- Think of someone that you are neutral about. You do not
      like them or dislike them. Consider the person’s humanity and extend
      your feelings of metta to that person.
    • Stage 4- Think of someone that you do not like at all. Instead of
      thinking about why you do not like them and having hateful thoughts,
      send your feelings of metta to them.
    • Stage 5- In this last stage, think of every single person including
      yourself. Send metta to those people, your city, your neighborhood,
      your country, and the entire world.
  2. 2


    Practice Mindfulness of Breathing. This type of
    mediation will teach you to concentrate and focus your thoughts.
    Through this mediation you can learn to practice mindfulness, relax, and
    rid yourself of anxiety.[17]
    Find a sitting position that is comfortable for you. Your spine needs
    to be upright and relaxed. Your shoulders should be relaxed and slightly
    rolled back and down. Support your hands on a cushion or in your lap.[18] Once you have your posture, begin going through the different stages. Each stage should last for at least 5 minutes.

    • Stage 1- Count internally (breathe in, breathe out, 1 breathe in,
      breathe out 2, etc.) after each breath until you reach 10. Start over
      once you have reached 10. Focus on the sensations of breathing in and
      out. Your mind will wander. Just bring your thoughts back to your
      breathing.
    • Stage 2- Continue to breathe in cycles of 10, but count before you
      inhale this time (e.g.,1, breathe in, breathe out, 2, breathe in,
      breathe out, 3, etc.). Focus on the sensations you have when you are
      inhaling.
    • Stage 3- Breathe in and out without counting. Try to see your
      breathing as a continuous process instead of just breathing in and
      breathing out.
    • Stage 4- Your focus should now be in the sensations of your breath
      as it enters and leaves your body. This may be your breath passing over
      your nostrils or your upper lip.[19]
  3. 3


    Affirm and uplift others. The ultimate goal of Buddhism is to achieve inner peace and then share your experience with other people.[20]
    Attaining nirvana is not only for your benefit, but for the world as
    well. It is important for you to be a source of encouragement and
    support for others. This is as simple as giving someone a hug if he or
    she is feeling down. If someone is important to you or does something
    nice for you, let the person know how you feel. Let people know that you
    are grateful for them and appreciate them. If someone is having a bad
    day, provide a listening ear.
  4. 4


    Treat people with compassion. Your happiness is directly related to the happiness of other people.[21] Showing compassion promotes happiness for all. You can practice compassion in many ways:[22]

    • Turn off your cell phone when you are spending time with friends and family.
    • Make eye contact when someone is talking to you and listen without interrupting.
    • Volunteer in your community.
    • Open doors for other people.
    • Be empathetic towards people. For example, if someone is upset,
      acknowledge and try to understand why they are upset. Ask them what you
      can do to help. Listen and show concern for their feelings.
  5. 5


    Be mindful. When you practice mindfulness, you pay
    attention to how you think and feel in the present moment. Mindfulness
    is not only for meditation but for your every day life as well. For
    example, you can be mindful as you eat, shower, or get dressed in the
    morning.[23] Start by choosing one activity and then focus on the sensations in your body and your breathing as you do it.[24]

    • If you want to mindful while you are eating, concentrate on the taste, texture, and smell of the food as you eat it.
    • As you wash the dishes, pay attention to the temperature of the
      water, how your hands feel as you clean the dishes, and how the water
      feels as you rinse the dishes.
    • Instead of listening to the music or the television as you get
      dressed in the morning, get ready in silence. Notice how you feel.
      Were you tired or well rested when you woke up? How does your body feel
      as you put on clothes or shower?


Part 3

Navigating the Four Truths

  1. 1


    Identify suffering. Buddha describes suffering
    differently than you may usually think of it. Suffering is inevitable
    and is a part of life. Dukkha is the truth that all is suffering. [25]
    Suffering is typically used to describe things such as sickness, aging,
    accidents, and physical and emotional pain. Yet, Buddha considers
    desires(i.e. especially unfulfilled desires) and cravings as suffering
    as well. These two things are considered the roots of suffering because
    humans are rarely ever satisfied or content. Once one desire is met,
    another desire is created. This is a vicious cycle.

    • Dukkha means “that which is difficult to bear.”[26] Suffering is a large spectrum and includes things that are great and small.
  2. 2


    Determine the cause of suffering. Desire and ignorance are the root of suffering.[27]
    Your unfulfilled desires are the worst type of suffering. For example,
    if you are sick, you are suffering. While you are sick, you desire to
    be well. Your unmet desire to be well is a greater form of suffering
    than just being sick. Any time you desire a thing, opportunity, person,
    or achievement that you cannot have, you are suffering.

    • The only guarantees in life aging, sickness, and death.[28]
    • Your desires will never be satisfied. Once you achieve or get
      something that you want, you will begin to desire something else. Your
      constant cravings keep you from achieving true happiness.[29]
  3. 3


    End suffering in your life. Each of the four truths
    is a stepping stone. If all is suffering and suffering comes from your
    desires, then the only way to end suffering is by no longer having
    desires.[30]
    You must believe that you do not have to suffer and that you have the
    ability to stop the suffering in your life. To end the suffering in your
    life, you must change your perception and learn to control your
    desires.

    • Controlling your desires and cravings will allow you to live with freedom and contentment.
  4. 4


    Attain the end of suffering in your life. The end of suffering can be attained by traveling the Noble Eightfold Path.[31]
    Your path to nirvana involves can be summed up by three ideas. First,
    you have to to have the right intentions and mindset. Secondly, you
    have to live out your right intentions in your everyday life. Lastly,
    you have to understand true reality and have the correct beliefs about
    all things.

    • The eightfold path can be divided into three categories: wisdom
      (right view, right intention), ethical conduct (right speech, right
      action, right livelihood), and mental cultivation (right effort, right
      mindfulness, right concentration).[32]
    • This path offers guidelines for how to live your everyday life.[33]

Community Q&A

  • Question
    If desire is the causation of
    suffering, isn’t all of life desire? When we are hungry we desire food.
    When tired we desire sleep. How do we banish these desires without dying
    or losing our minds?
    Community Answer
    Yes, you are right, all of that is
    driven by desire. There are three bases of desire: lobha (greed), dosa
    (aversion), and moha (delusion). Desire within these three bases is
    acknowledged as the causation of suffering. When you are hungry, it is
    okay to eat in the motivation of fulfilling daily nutrition necessity
    for doing the right effort. Do not eat more than you need because it
    gains greed (lobha). It’s okay for you to desire to be free from these
    three bases, it’s called right effort. To understand more, read about
    Four Noble Truths and Noble Eightfold Path. It is also okay to read some
    Dhammapada verse.
  • Question
    If all Buddhists ultimately desire
    to attain Nirvana, then isn’t that a contradiction if they can’t attain
    it as long as they have desire? I am confused.
    Community Answer
    Don’t be confused by the word
    “desire” used to explain the causes of suffering with the “desire” used
    to describe one’s wish or will. An example of the former is our greed,
    some examples of the latter are birthday wishes and our ambition.
    Obsession about satisfying desire ultimately leads to all kinds of
    suffering, while fulfilling a wish keeps one’s mind focused and
    directional. Once we make a wish, we may not be as obsessive as
    satisfying our desire to fulfill the wish. The “desire” to attain
    Nirvana is an aspiration to all Buddhists who have to be mindful of all
    conditions that may obstruct them to attain it, including their own
    “obsessive desire” to attain it.
  • Question
    One of the tips on this page says,
    “Find what you enjoy and do more of it,” but isn’t that just indulging
    one’s desires and, therefore, increasing suffering?
    Community Answer
    Finding what you enjoy more and
    doing more of it does not lead to nirvana. You need to free yourself
    from all defilements. The main cause for suffering is craving, which
    happens due to greed, ignorance and hatred. The best way to attain
    nirvana is meditating.
  • Question
    How exactly do I meditate? What do I think about or do?
    Lilith4
    Community Answer
    Try to practice mindfulness. Focus
    on what scents you are smelling, what the ground feels like beneath you,
    the sounds you are hearing. Think of the little things. If you’ve never
    meditated before, check out a mindfulness tutorial on YouTube, or
    download the app Headspace.
  • Question
    Can I attain nirvana if I’m not a Buddhist?
    Community Answer
    To attain nirvana, you have to
    follow the exact path and methods taught in Buddhism. When you follow
    them, your vision, beliefs, and understandings are adapted to Buddhist
    teachings. It’s all about following the methods with your own
    understanding with proper knowledge of “Dhamma.”
  • Question
    Can Muslims attain Nirvana also?
    Community Answer
    There may be many ways of attaining Nirvana. Buddhism is just one way, so it is hard to say.
  • Question
    Could I attain nirvana if I have desires?
    Community Answer
    No. There are prerequisites that
    should be fulfilled. According to Buddhism, you will be reborn again and
    again until you attain nirvana. You have to fulfill those requirements
    along your chain of births.
  • Question
    Will I know when I have achieved nirvana, or will I have to wait until I die to know?
    Community Answer
    According to Theravada Buddhism, there are four stages to attain nirvana, and you will know if and when you achieve each stage.
  • Question
    If I achieve nirvana and choose not to be reborn to help others attain it, is that the end of my existence?
    Community Answer
    No. Attaining nirvana may seem to
    be an end of material existence, but a consciousness at that state
    transcends beyond space and time. It is a state of absolute freedom;
    free from all kinds of spacial (distance, size, and volume), temporal,
    and material obstruction (forms, objects, etc.).
  • Question
    What will happen after I attain nirvana and die? I won’t be reborn, so what will happen?
    Tandin Wangchuk
    Community Answer
    Once you have attained nirvana, if
    you want to help others to attain nirvana as well, you can choose to be
    born again. Take example of Lord Buddha: he died at the age of eighty,
    but attained nirvana way before that. That doesn’t necessarily mean he
    was never reincarnated. It is said that one attains nirvana when one
    knows what emptiness is. Once one does, he has freed himself from the
    cycle of birth, but he can always choose to be reincarnated to help
    others attain nirvana as well.

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Tips

  • Your path to enlightenment will be different from everyone else’s,
    just as every snow flake takes a unique route through the sky. Do the
    practise that you enjoy/comes natural/feels right to be doing.
  • Try different methods of meditating, they’re just tools and methods
    to use along the way. A varied set of tools is useful at different
    times.
  • Nirvana is attained when the misconception of the way the self (and
    everything else) exists ceases permanently. There are many methods to
    cause this can happen. None are right or wrong, better or worse.
    Sometimes Nirvana occurs spontaneously and sometimes it takes a lot of
    time and effort.
  • Eventually the seeker and the nirvana being sought need to be let go of.
  • Nobody else knows your path (see the snowflake analogy above) yet
    rarely will a teacher tell you to go to a different group and not their
    group. Most teachers/traditions/sects have a very strong attachment to
    to their prescribed route to enlightenment yet one of the main obstacles
    to enlightenment is attachment to opinion/view. The irony shouldn’t be
    lost on you along your journey.
  • Autonomous practise is essential in attaining nirvana. A teacher’s
    role is to help you grow and become spiritually autonomous. Their role
    is not to create co-dependency and regression to an infantile state, yet
    this is very very common.
  • Achieving Nirvana will probably not be easy. It may take a long time. Even if it feels impossible, keep trying.
  • You
    can practice Buddhism on your own, but you may benefit from going to a
    temple and having a teacher. Don’t rush to decide on a group or teacher.
    Always trust your own instinct with this and take your time. There are
    great teachers out there and some very unpleasant ones. Do a web search
    of the temple/group/teacher and the words controversy and cult. Do your
    homework.
  • The eightfold path is not a linear path. It is a journey that you travel every day.
  • Find what you enjoy and do more of it.

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- Register online to the NIN training in India, and from your NIN profile (accessible few days after your registration), you’ll be able to register automatically to the summit.
Hurry up … 100 spots available!
Your registration will be validated upon payment.
EARLY BIRD until 30th of June
Abad Whispering Palms Resort
More photos and info on the resort here.
This is where we’ ll be …
Additional info
By attending both instructor training and the summit, you get:
FOOD: The meals will be served as open buffet, so we do believe everyone will find something tasty and suitable for specific diets and preferences.
(Vegetarian & non-vegetarian cuisines). You will enjoy the local specialities during breakfast, lunch , dinner and coffee/tea breaks with snacks. ACCOMODATION: You are going to stay 4 nights (Wednesday to Sunday) in the marvelous air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Each room can
accommodate two persons. For additional nights, you need to arrange accommodation by yourself.
TRANSPORTATION: Local transportation from Cochin to the Summit venue can be assured (both ways - there is an additional cost of 20 USD to be
paid on the spot).
FLIGHTS
ARRIVAL AT THE AIRPORT: it takes about 2 hours drive to the Resort, so make sure you arrive early enough. SUGGESTED DEPARTURE: Sunday, 23rd of February, noon time, acceptable option Saturday
evening (however the event fee stays the same)
Closest airport:
Kochi International Airport (Cochin)
Possible pick-up points to reach the summit venue:
1. Airport
2. M.G.Road Cochin (city) - (the exact spot will be communicated later)
Arriving by plane one day earlier at night? You can check into any hotels near the airport. Most of them have free shuttle service from airport to their hotels. Here are few suggestions: Sara Hotel Apartment ( Budget), Atlas Airport hotel, Quality Airport Hotel, Flora Airport Hotel, Saj Earth, Golf view, Airlink Castle. They are all very reasonably priced.

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Become a NIRVANA INSTRUCTOR

GET TRAINED & CERTIFIED ONLINE


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PRE-CHOREOGRAPHED PROGRAM

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Education Process




Registration and access to your NIN profile
After your payment you get access to your Nirvana Instructor Network profile where the whole education process takes place

Follow the education process in 7 steps
From
introduction, to theory with videos, manuals, App to practical part
with choreos, tutorial videos, music soundscapes and manuals as well as a
whole marketing section.

Finish with a Skype verification call

Our
representative will go with you through all the steps, answer all your
questions and give you further inputs about your Nirvana career.


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Features & Handouts

Nirvana® Full Education & business support on all levels
Nirvana® Official Instructor manual 4 choreos included 20 choreos included
Nirvana® Choreographies Nirvana® Choreographies #1-4 Nirvana® Choreographies #1-20
Nirvana® Soundscapes (for use in group class) Soundscapes #1-4 (100+ tracks) Soundscapes #1-20 (500+ tracks)
Nirvana® Exercise sequences 33x unique sequences 80x unique sequences
Nirvana® Exercise sequence video tutorials 66x tutorials (modifications) 160x tutorials (modifications)
Nirvana® Full class video tutorials with info wall 4x Nirvana® Full class video 20x Nirvana® Full class video
Nirvana® Choreography notes
Nirvana® Breathing & movement technique video tutorials
Nirvana Instructor network profile (choreos, music, tutorials, etc.)
Nirvana personalized Instructor website

Instructor Certification handouts

Nirvana® Instructor Certificate (e-form)
License to teach Nirvana® worldwide Yearly renewal Lifetime
Continuous education points
(15 AFAA CEUs & 1.9 NASM CEUs)

Expert mentoring service

Expert educator live guidance, technique correction,
Q&A and general walkthrough via skype video
1 hour session via skype video 2 hour session via skype video
298 €
1 year licence
598 €
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And that’s not all


Your own Business Package



Instructor & Class
locator listing

Online Instructor
support group

Global branding & worldwide
promotional activities

Instructor discount
in Nirvana® store (20%)

Bonus Content - Free Access to Cloud 7 Premium App

Get new clients & be an inspiration to existing ones
We provide this tool to promote instructors and their classes!

App
notifications

Instructor
& Class locator

Direct messaging
with clients





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Become a Nirvana Ambassador
and lead Workshops for clients
and companies

Become a Nirvana Mentor
and assist new Instructors

Become a Nirvana State
Ambassador and promote Nirvana

Become a Nirvana
Education Specialist


Market potential - You will get new clients


Estimated market size

Research & evidence

Stress/Burnout 80 % of
population
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Depression/Anxiety over 500.000.000
7 % of population
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Insomnia over 2.000.000.000
30% of population
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Asthma/COPD over 900.000.000
12% of population
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Obesity over 1.900.000.000
25% of population
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Cardio/Hypertension over 3.000.000.000
40% of population
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Allergies over 2.200.000.000
30% of population
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Diabetes over 420.000.000
5% of population
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Frequently asked questions

1.
I have a question regarding the online training procedure. Can you
please let me know exactly how it works after I buy the kit online?

It’s a very simple, yet efficient procedure that can get you started as a Nirvana Instructor very quickly:
1. REGISTRATION AND RECEIPT OF THE ACCESS DATA
After
we receive your payment you will get access to your Nirvana Instructor
Network profile (NIN profile) where the whole education process takes
place.
2. YOU FOLLOW THE PROCESS IN SEVEN STEPS
From
introduction, to theory with videos, manuals, learning through the App
to practical part with all the choreos, tutorial videos for each
sequence, music soundscapes and manuals as well as a whole marketing
section with guidelines, checklist and offline and online materials.
3. FINISH THE PROCESS WITH A VERIFICATION CALL
Our
representative will go with you through all the steps, answer all your
questions and give you further inputs about your Nirvana career. We also
do a short verification of you having completed and understood all the
parts. After the call you will receive your certification.
Another factor for your certification is the country of residence verification.
As the Online Instructor training is not yet available in all countries
only residents of countries presented within the registration process
can be certified. If you reside in a country outside of this list, at
this stage, you would need to attend and on-site training in order to be
certified.

2. Is it just theory that i have to study?

Within
your Nirvana Instructor Network profile (NIN profile) to which you get
access upon your payment you can find the theoretical (manuals,
tutorials) as well as practical parts. Nirvana is a pre-choreography class to music so you get access to the choreographies, soundscapes for these choreographies and the videos explaining the technique
of every single sequence in Nirvana. You also get a manual for each
choreography with a graphic representation of each sequence.
In addition to this you also get a full marketing section with guidelines, checklist and marketing materials you can use for your promotion.

3. Is there an exam before i get the certificate or how does it work?

After you’ve followed all the steps and studied all the materials a Skype call with Nirvana HQ is set, during which also a short verification
of you having completed and understood all the parts is done but more
so the idea of the call is to guide you through all the possibilities,
answer all your questions and give you further inputs about your Nirvana
career. After the call you will receive your certification.

4. What does the Skype verification call look like?

The call generally takes approximately 1h and includes:
GETTING TO KNOW you and your work so we can advise you about the best way to introduce and implement Nirvana
ANSWERING POSSIBLE QUESTIONS AND VERIFICATION -
we go through the steps to make sure all was clear and to do a short
verification of you having completed and understood all the parts.
Additionally here we answer all the theoretical, practical and marketing
questions you might have.
SHARING THE MOST RELEVANT INFO -
as Nirvana offers extended learning, marketing and business
possibilities let’s use the Skype communication to highlight the most
indispensable ones, such as: Nirvana NIN profile, Nirvana App, Nirvana
Workshop, Nirvana career (Nirvana Mentor, Nirvana Ambassador, Nirvana
State Ambassador), Nirvana Country Tour, Nirvana Summit etc.

5. After the online training is it really possible to teach your own class?

Absolutely.
After you go through all the process you will be able to lead your own
Nirvana classes without any problems. Nirvana instructor training is a turnkey solution
as you receive full choreographies and corresponding music soundscapes
with cues and tender voiceover, guiding you and your clients to perfect
Nirvana execution so you can really lead the class with ease.
The
whole Nirvana structure is supporting you as an instructor so you can
focus on the most relevant things: conveying the feeling of Nirvana,
explaining the science behind, guiding the participants to the feeling
of flow, gently correcting their technique etc.
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