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8-Week Mindfulness Course (MBWE) for Families - Onsite / Online | April 2024
The research-backed 8-week Mindfulness Based Wellbeing Enhancement (MBWE) is our flagship program that enhances wellbeing by not only building resilience to stressors, anxiety but helps being a happier person.
Time & Location
Apr 21, 2024, 10:00 AM GMT+8
Singapore, 511 Guillemard Rd, Singapore 399849
About the Event
The Mindfulness-Based Wellbeing Enhancement (MBWE) program, established in 2015, represents a significant evolution in mindfulness-based interventions by uniquely combining the principles of Mindfulness and Positive Psychology 2.0. As an appreciative Mindfulness-Based Program (MBP), MBWE is designed to enhance overall wellbeing and happiness for a wide demographic, including healthy individuals and those with clinical challenges.
Our Flagship 8-Week Mindfulness Course
This 9-session program, conducted over 8 weeks, facilitates a comprehensive understanding of the happiness paradigm. Participants are empowered to proactively enhance their wellbeing, equipping them with the tools and insights needed to navigate life's challenges and opportunities. By immersing yourself in this course, you'll discover the keys to unlocking a more meaningful and flourishing existence, fostering a profound sense of personal growth and contentment.
"This is one of the most significant and distinctive teaching intentions of the MBWE. It is the wholeness of our being that creates the capacity to discover happiness and wellbeing as a phenomenon that is always available and ready to be discovered through mindfulness." - Dr. Kathirasan K & Dr. Sunita Rai
Results after 8 weeks
When applied to relationships, mindfulness can enhance communication, intimacy, and overall connection. Here are some ways mindfulness can be beneficial for parents and children:
Mindfulness can be a valuable practice for parents, as it can help enhance their well-being, reduce stress, and improve their relationships with their children. Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment with openness, curiosity, and non-judgment. Here are some ways in which mindfulness can be applied to parenting:
- Being Present: Mindful parenting encourages parents to be fully present and engaged in the moment with their children. This means putting away distractions like phones and truly focusing on the child during interactions.
- Non-Judgmental Awareness: Mindfulness involves observing thoughts and emotions without judgment. In parenting, this can help parents respond to their children's behavior with understanding and patience rather than reacting impulsively out of frustration.
- Stress Reduction: Parenting can be stressful, and mindfulness can provide tools to manage stress more effectively. Techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or simply taking a moment to pause and refocus can be beneficial.
- Emotional Regulation: Mindfulness helps parents become more aware of their own emotions and responses. This awareness can lead to better emotional regulation, allowing parents to respond to their children's emotions in a calm and supportive manner.
- Enhancing Connection: Mindful parenting fosters a deeper connection between parents and children. By being fully present and attentive, parents can better understand their children's needs, thoughts, and feelings.
- Modeling Behavior: Children often learn by example. When parents practice mindfulness, they model the importance of self-awareness, emotional regulation, and being present – skills that can benefit children in their own lives.
- Handling Challenges: Mindfulness can provide a more thoughtful and measured approach to dealing with challenges in parenting. It encourages parents to respond rather than react impulsively, leading to more effective problem-solving.
- Gratitude Practice: Mindful parenting can involve practicing gratitude, helping parents focus on the positive aspects of their relationship with their children. This can contribute to a more positive and nurturing family environment.
- Mindful Communication: Mindfulness emphasizes effective communication by encouraging parents to listen actively, speak mindfully, and be aware of the impact of their words on their children.
- Self-Care: Mindful parenting recognizes the importance of self-care. Taking the time to care for oneself physically and emotionally allows parents to be more present and engaged with their children.The program's efficacy spans diverse demographics and settings, demonstrating its restorative and appreciative qualities. This versatility enables MBWE to address a wide spectrum of needs, facilitating personal development and assisting in the overcoming of various challenges.
What you receive in the course:
- 8 week of live teacher led sessions
- a personal journal with reading materials
- access to guided meditations
- refund options within 1 week after course starts
- qualifies for IMTA accredited Mindfulness Teacher Training Programme & other CFM certification courses
- certificate of completion if 80% attendance is achieved
For more information about the Mindfulness-based Wellbeing Enhancement (MBWE), please click here.
- April 2024: 21, 28
- May 2024 : 5, 12, 19, 26
- June 2024: 2, 9
Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm (Singapore Time)
Day of Mindfulness Retreat: Saturday 8th June 2024, 10:00am to 2:00pm (Singapore Time)
Participants have the option of either joining the class from our training room at Grandlink Square in Singapore, or remotely through Zoom.
SkillsFuture Credit may be applied towards this course. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you like to offset the fees using your SkillsFuture credits.
Terms: Please note that we may cancel this course if we do not have sufficient sign ups. In such a case, you will receive a full refund.
- Ticket type
PricesPriceFrom SGD 430.00 to SGD 1,770.00
- StandardSGD 695.00
+SGD 17.38 service fee+SGD 17.38 service fee
- Student (16 to 21 years old)SGD 430.00
+SGD 10.75 service fee+SGD 10.75 service fee
- Couple or Parent/ChildSGD 1,050.00
+SGD 26.25 service fee+SGD 26.25 service fee