This FREE workshop will introduce you to the ancient practice of Mindfulness and how you can apply it to your daily life.
This workshop will be beneficial to those who are experiencing any of the following:
Difficulty in handling challenging emotions
Dealing with physical pain
Suffering from loss
...or if you’re simply looking to start a mindfulness & meditation practice.
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FOR DAILY LIVING
May 1, 2021
10:00 - 11:00 AM PHT
A recording will be made available.
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This FREE workshop is open to anyone and is an excellent introduction to mindfulness for beginners.
This workshop may be suitable for you if:
You tend to feel constantly busy, scattered, and rushed throughout your day
You often catch yourself doing things on “auto-pilot” without paying attention
You tend to be forgetful and find it hard to relax or feel at ease
You seem to be stuck in the way you feel and would love to learn how to get out of this cycle
You are ready and willing to learn new skills to be truly happy, despite the challenges of life
Learn mindfulness from a leading teacher in Asia
Imee Contreras is the founder of Mindfulness Asia and co-founder of the Philippine Insight Meditation Community. She is a UCLA-Trained Mindfulness Facilitator, a Community Dharma Leadership Program graduate of Spirit Rock Meditation Center, and the Membership Coordinator of International Mindfulness Teachers Association (IMTA). She is a board member of Braided Wisdom, a core leader of Deep Renewal Women’s Gathering, and a visiting teacher at the East Bay Meditation Center. She develops and facilitates innovative mindfulness programs for international companies, schools, and events. She volunteers to support incarcerated women and abused women and children through teaching mindfulness and meditation.