Education Without Stress Seminar

March 7th 2020

Dear Educator, come and join us as we explore how to foster Education without Stress by awakening the full potential of every student and educator through Consciousness Based Education (CBE).

1-Day Seminar for all Educators

Education without Stress

Develop Consciousness, Reduce Stress, Optimise Brain Functioning

Saturday March 7th 2020
9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue: Te Kohanga Reo O Puau Te Moananui A Kiwa
26A Farringdon Street, Glen Innes, Auckland 1072

We are delighted to offer you this Education without Stress Conference about the scientifically verified Consciousness-Based Education (CBE) and the benefits of CBE for students, staff and schools.

CBE can be implemented easily in any pre-school, primary, secondary or tertiary institution to enrich the standard curriculum, teaching practices and learning environment.

The goal of CBE is to systematically unfold the inner creative potential of every student and create a significant influence of coherence and harmony in the school, community and nation.

450,000 students and staff in 800 schools in 60 countries have taken CBE education.

 

Inspirational Speakers

Our honoured Guest Speaker, Professor Tracey McIntosh MNZM  is currently a Professor of Indigenous Studies and Co-Head of Te Wānanga o Waipapa at the University of Auckland; our Keynote speaker Frances Clarke, from Australia is an expert in implementing CBE in schools internationally.

Professor Tracey McIntosh

 

Professor Tracey McIntosh MNZM is Ngāi Tūhoe and is Professor of Indigenous Studies and Co-Head of Te Wānanga o Waipapa (School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies) at the University of Auckland. She was the former Co-Director of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence. She was a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer in New Zealand Studies at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. and lectured at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji. She has sat on a number of assessment panels including PBRF panels ( Māori Knowledge and Development and Social Sciences) Marsden Social Science Panel, Rutherford Discovery, James Cook Fellowship and Health Research Council Panels.

In 2012 she served as the co-chair of the Children’s Commissioner’s Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty. In 2018-2019 she was a member of the Welfare Expert Advisory Group (WEAG) which released the report Whakmana Tangata: Restoring Dignity to Social Security in New Zealand (2019) and Te Uepū Hapai i te Ora- The Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group which released the report He Waka Roimata: Transforming our Criminal Justice System (2019). A second report will be released soon. She sits on a range of advisory groups and boards for government and community organisations.

Keynote Speaker – Frances Clarke

Director of the International Foundation of Consciousness-Based Education (IFCBE) 

Frances is the founding Principal of Maharishi School, Melbourne, Australia – a position held for twenty years before retiring to become the School’s Director of CBE in 2016. Since March 2018 Frances has been providing CBE Professional Development courses to principals and teachers in Nepal, Australia and Thailand. In this role Frances continues to provide CBE training, advice and assistance to schools throughout the world.

Frances has the practical experience and the creative vision to ensure that schools fulfil their goal of educating responsible citizens and future leaders of society. Through CBE training, teachers are equipped to nurture creative, wise, compassionate students. Thus a strong foundation is laid to enable students to think and act ethically, contributing significantly to progress and peace on our planet Earth.

Frances will introduce the principles of Consciousness-Based education and give conference participants an outline of the four components of CBE with their benefits. She can provide the necessary training to schools so that they can become self-sufficient in this educational approach.

We would like to thank our sponsors and supporters – Te Puni Kokiri and Te Kohanga Reo O Puau te Moananui a kiwa, GMDO Aotearoa NZ – Transcendental Meditation for Women, and the International Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education.

Professor Tracey McIntosh

MNZM

Keynote Speaker - Frances Clarke

B.Economics (Hons) and Dip Ed

We would like to thank our sponsors and supporters:

Come and join us as we explore how to foster Education without Stress by awakening the full potential of every student and educator.

Ngā mihi,

Mere Austin & Carolyn Rhodes
Co-Directors
GMDO Aotearoa New Zealand
-Transcendental Meditation for Women

Mere Austin – 027 443 5712
Carolyn Rhodes – 027 410 8018
education@tmforwomen.co.nz
www.tmforwomen.co.nz

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Past Events

March 2019 Maharishi Aroma Therapy Course

Maharishi College of Perfect Health brought their 6-day MAT Foundation Course, and 10-day MAT Consultant Training Course to Auckland, New Zealand, taught by Dr Nadine Thomas, Director of the Department of Maharishi Aroma Therapy at MCPH in Vlodrop, Holland.

In this course, participants learnt how to conduct a Maharishi Aroma Therapy Consultation and how to prescribe the appropriate essential oils and methods of application for balancing the doshas and addressing health conditions.

They received elaborate knowledge about essential oil therapies for a great number of imbalances.

May 2012 Maharishi Gandharva Veda Vocal Course

Maharishi Gandharva Veda Vocal helps to strengthen your voice, bring harmony and balance to your physiology, and to the environment. Everyone felt more energised and uplifted. After pracitising at home one participant said “My mood lightened and I enjoyed greater energy and better focus with which to begin my day.”