Community Service Scholarship

At Somatic Education Australasia (SEA) we are invested in supporting the integration of somatic practices and social justice, and in making BMC available to diverse communities. We believe in the potential for embodiment and somatic practices to create positive change in the world. In support of this, we are offering two half-price Community Service Scholarships. These scholarships are available to students entering the Somatic Movement Educator program who are committed to integrating and sharing the BMC work within diverse and/or traditionally underserved communities.

You can apply for a scholarship for individual courses or for the entire SME program, although preference will be given to applicants who wish to complete the entire program.

To be eligible for SEA’s Community Service Scholarships you must be:

•Currently working with diverse populations and/or traditionally underserved communities, and
•Committed to applying the skills and knowledge you gain from the SME program into your work with underserved communities and diverse populations.

General Scholarship Information:

•A scholarship is 50% off the regular course/program fee.
•Scholarship students are required to pay the full deposit to hold a place in the course/program. If you are unsuccessful and therefore unable to attend, your deposit will be refunded.
•Scholarship students must be involved in serving diverse populations and/or underserved communities at the time of applying for the scholarship.
•Preference will be given to students committed to completing the entire SME program.

Download the application here.


Scholarship applications for Module 1 are due 10 June, 2019.
Applicants will be notified by 1 July, 2019.

Subsequent scholarships, if available, are due four months prior to the start date of the module or course you are applying for.

Late applications will be considered if the spaces have not been filled.

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