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In this time of social distancing, it may be hard to imagine that opportunities for connection can still exist. But they do. Maybe you've always wanted to learn about mindfulness but never had the time. Or maybe your current practice can use a boost, especially now. We've moved all of our workshops online to give you the opportunity to find some much-needed calm in the midst of this "new-normal" that we are all facing.
The next cycle of our popular workshop, Learn to Meditate - Modern Mindfulness for a Busy Life, will be held LIVE & ONLINE over 5 Sundays starting September 27th. This class is perfect for beginners who would like to learn how to meditate, or for those who have been practicing for a while and would like to deepen their application of mindfulness in real life.
This class may be right for you if you'd like to learn how to:
🔸Develop a mindfulness meditation routine of your own.
🔸Better navigate stress and reduce anxiety.
🔸Be more centered, calm, and grounded in everyday situations.
🔸 Deepen your relationships with loved ones.
🔸 Rewire your brain with new habits for a better you.
Benefits of mindfulness practice include:
✔️ Reduces symptoms of anxiety, depression, and burnout
✔️ Reduces emotional reactivity
✔️ Improves stress-resilience
✔️ Boosts working memory
✔️ Improves focus
✔️ Improves sense of well-being
✔️ Promotes empathy and compassion
Because we know that many of us are experiencing financial hardships at the moment as a result of the global pandemic, we are pleased to offer this workshop at a discounted rate of TTD $650 / USD $115.
About Your Teacher - Makeda McKenzie
This class will be lovingly facilitated by the founder and principal consultant of the Caribbean Mindfulness Institute (CMI), Ms. Makeda McKenzie. To date, she has trained over 1,000 West Indians in the practice and science of mindfulness.
In her engaging and interactive workshops, participants learn about “mindfulness for real-life” – how to reduce the effects of stress, live with more presence and connection, and cultivate more happiness, fulfillment, and resilience using science-based mindfulness practices.