Duration of program
Maximum Workshop Size
Weekly Engagement Session
Pre & Post Assessments can be conducted
Mindfulness practices are becoming more relevant in Singapore with the increasing challenges we face in both our personal and professional lives. Mindfulness has a tremendous effect in promoting wellbeing and reducing stress, anxiety and other life challenges. Modern research has found that by practicing Mindfulness one can move away from negative thoughts about the past and the future, and remain positive in the present moment. Mindfulness practitioners have also found themselves dealing with physical illnesses and challenges much better than they used to. Numerous research also report a reduction of the frequency and length of medical visits to hospitals, emergency rooms, and health care professional offices.
This eight week workshop integrates mindfulness techniques and practices from the research evidence and global practice. It combines authentic Mindfulness practices, Mindful movements and Positive Psychology to enhance wellbeing. It includes key mindfulness practices and allied practices, meditation practices, silent practices, light stretching and movements, group dialogue and discussion and home experiments. The workshop consists of eight 2-hour sessions and a half-day mindfulness retreat that would weave mindfulness into your lifestyle.
Our Mindfulness-Based Wellbeing Enhancement (MBWE) course has helped people to improve wellbeing, reduce stress and anxiety, and deal with other life challenges. Participants also found themselves to be happier and have stated that they feel less judgmental and critical of themselves and consequently to others.
Regular Mindfulness Practice has also been seen to produce the following benefits:
- improved Relationships
- boosts Creative Abilities
- reduced Depression
- reduced Chronic Pain
- gave Deeper Meaning to Life
- reduced Stress
- combats Anxiety
- regulated Eating Habits
- increased levels of Happiness
Participants will receive:
- The book ‘Mindfulness in 8 Days’ published by Marshall Cavendish
- Mindfulness Journal
- MP3 files for practices
- Support via Group Messaging service
- Certificate upon successful Completion