Individual/Small Group Workshop Mindfulness & Wellbeing
Mindfulness workshops are delivered in traditional group format as participants can benefit from getting support from others who share their experiences. Group process provide energy and understanding from others as participants learn how to integrate the practice of mindfulness into their daily lives. However, mindfulness workshops can be offered on a one-to-one basis for individuals who may not be available for the standard group size setting due to schedule conflicts or who prefer smaller group setting (maximum 2 - 6). It is tailored to suit your schedule and specific needs. It is accessible to all people and no prior experience in meditational practice or yoga is required.
Mindfulness-based skills have become increasingly popular for wellbeing, health, clarity of thought, and work-life balance. People from all walks of life attend our workshops as this self-management skills are used in a broad variety of settings such as community, workplace, business, management, healthcare, sports, educational, and psychology. Reasons for attending are as diverse as enhancing quality-of-life, improving interpersonal relationship, addressing stress and anxiety, mindful leadership, finding peace, and parenting wisely. The practice of mindfulness help us find clarity of mind, by allowing us to step away from habitual, reactive behaviours and respond skilfully rather than on auto-pilot.
The workshop is an interactive and hands-on session introducing participant/s to guided mindfulness practices, and scientific research on mindfulness. In this session, you will learn what mindfulness can offer and explore how it can help you relate differently to your stressors. It encourages participant/s to apply simple and realistic mindfulness activities into their everyday life to support wellbeing at work and at home.
Mindfulness is not something one can learn from just reading it. Mindfulness (skills) is cultivated by practice.
In the experiential workshop, you will learn to cultivate mindfulness to help you to:-
Remain present rather than churning over the past or worrying about the future.
Respond to stressful events skillfully rather than react on auto-pilot mode.
Lower levels of unhelpful thoughts and feelings of worry, anxiety, and self-doubt.
Engage in more accepting behaviours without the assumptions and criticsm that misrepresent much of our experiences, and therefore become less judgemental.
Engage greater capacity for self-awareness.
Achieve more balance and confidence.
Understand how your own mind works.
Generate more calm and peacefulness in daily life.
The workshop is facilitated by Dr. Jessie Koh, Clinical Psychologist and founder of Connected Sense. Dr. Koh has developed and delivered mindfulness workshops for the community at a university clinic in Australia. In her work, she trained and supervised psychology doctorate students in her weekly mindfulness program. Dr. Koh is particularly keen to bring Mindfulness to more people using this simple, but powerful practice that opens the door to self-healing and insight, thereby providing options for coping with the stress of everyday life and the stress of illness. Her doctoral research focused on the effects and mechanisms of mindfulness on psychological wellbeing. For more information about Dr. Koh at >> About Us.
The full program fee include:
Guided instruction in mindfulness exercises and practices.
Alteration beween theory and practice sessions so that you do not sit long in any practice.
Individual reflection and group dialogues.
Gentle stretching exercises.
What else do I need to know?
It is recommended that you wear loose and comfortable clothing for some mindful movements. You may wish to bring along a yoga mat/cushion/blanket if you have one for lying down, but it is not essential. Chairs are provided at the workshop.
If you need more information about the workshop, please >> Contact Us.