Equa’s curriculum was designed by leading mindfulness teacher Julianna Raye using the Unified Mindfulness system, a research friendly and science informed method developed by neuroscience research consultant Shinzen Young.
Unified Mindfulness is a system of meditation that’s easily researchable by science with clear terminology and rigorous precision around concepts and procedures.
A direct result of this research and precision is that the process of learning and teaching mindfulness has been thoroughly systemized in a way that makes it accessible for learners across all experience levels.
The Unified Mindfulness system is a secular form of meditation, which means that it’s not religious in any way – so anyone, of any faith (or lack thereof), can do it. It is a comprehensive, robust and refined support structure that any individual at any stage of meditation practice can rely on to go deeper in their insight and their ability to share it with others.
If you have interest in becoming a coach, Unified Mindfulness provides an educational framework and a comprehensive approach for mindfulness teachers as well.