The word integral can be understood in many ways. Integral implies a non-dual worldview, an integral worldview. It recognises the multi-dimensional nature of reality. It implies an emphasis in teaching and learning for the development of the whole person, integrally. It also implies an approach to teaching and learning that embraces the multi-facets of existence as the same unified whole.

Some integral practices offered and combined within sessions, classes and workshops at The Art of Integral Being include Bodywork, Breathwork, Mindwork, Soundwork and Artwork.

To find out more about an integral approach to the teaching and learning of spiritual practices and wisdom traditions, take a closer at the following:

What is Integral Yoga of the Dharma Ananda Tradition?
What is Contemplative Education? 
What is Integration?
Integral Yogic Studies Teacher Training Course