Adelaide Mindfulness can create one and two day workshops to meet the needs of your workplace, community group or organisation. Please contact us to discuss.
Join Tina and Pete for this free session to find out more about MSC!
Tina was one of the first MSC Teachers Trained in the US. After teaching over 15 MSC programs and two more trips to the US for further training she is now the only MSC Teacher Trainer and Mentor here in Australia. Pete Gibson has been assisting Tina for the past two years and is a trained MSC Teacher and Counsellor.
August 1st, 2017
6:30pm - 8pm
The Sophia Venue, 225 Cross Road, Cumberland Park
Do you find it hard to say no? Are your energy levels depleted due to the care you give to others? Do you give to the point of near burn out? Is empathy for others causing problematic stress, worry, anxiety, sleep problems, or feelings of overwhelm?
We are subject to so much suffering in our society these days, ours, our loved ones and also on a global level. Without the clarity and insights that mindfulness and self-compassion bring chronic overwhelm is an all too real possibility.
Learn skills and practices that are evidenced based, to live an authentic and compassionate life. Understanding our shared human needs and our limitations can enable us to stay loving and present without burning out or becoming over-whelmed. Through the increased clarity mindfulness can bring and by including one's self in the flow of compassion we more easefully stay connected with others through both the easy and difficult times.
Completion of a Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program or Mindfulness program such as the Month of Mindfulness, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) or Mindfulness Based Stress Reducation (MBSR) is essential.
Date: Saturday 5th August
Time: 10am till 4pm
Venue: The Sophia venue, 225 Cross Road Cumberland Park, SA
Cost: Full fee $95 (thank you for supporting concession places), Concession $70 (we're glad you can come along), Bring a Friend $70 (share the experience and save)