At this time of uncertainty and stress, learning skills to navigate the challenges of our work and personal lives is paramount to maintaining our own health, wellness and sense of joy. Mindfulness is a practice of non-judgemental awareness. It is an ancient practice with solid clinical and neuro-scientific evidence in modern times. In this workshop participants will learn formal and informal practices of mindfulness, meditation and the science of happiness, through presentation discussion and embodied practice opportunities. The objective will be to emerge from this 3 hour workshop with a sense of connection and a toolset to cultivate resilience, self compassion and meaning in our lives.
BCALM (BC Association of Living Mindfully) has been facilitating mindfulness for the past 7 years to hundreds of groups and thousands of individuals. Part of an amazing team of practitioners, Ocean Lum is passionate about the Body-Mind-Spirit continuum. She holds a BSc in Nutrition and Biochemistry and a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. Ocean is a Registered clinical Counsellor in private practice. She specializes in a holistic approach to anxiety, depression and trauma by integrating talk therapy & somatic practices.
Cost: $25 for ASPECT members, $40 for non-members
300 - 722 Cormorant Street | Victoria, BC | V8W 1P8
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