Awakening Joy With Mindfulness
May 26 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm| $70
Learn mindfulness meditation at this half-day workshop, “Awakening Joy”, with Suzie Brown, founder of Avista Mindfulness.
Stress and anxiety can overwhelm us at difficult times of our life, yet joy and contentment are always possible if we know how to find it.
At this workshop you will learn practices that will enable you to find peace and joy even through stressful times.
Based on the international course and book, Awakening Joy, this workshop will introduce you to the skills and meditations to:
- Develop healthy states of mind that lead to genuine happiness.
- Notice the good feeling in your body and mind that accompanies these states and let your awareness enjoy it.
- Keep practicing this so that it becomes a natural habit.
The workshop will include short meditations and everyday mindfulness skills that you can use to feel happier and calmer at any time.
After the workshop you’ll receive audio guided meditations to take home and continue to practice – to really bring joy into your life!
Suzie draws on her training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and many years of Insight meditation practice and teaching to offer this experiential workshop. Read more about Suzie here.
The workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced meditators.
Price – $70 (incl GST) includes refreshments, audio guided meditations, further reading, worksheets and reminder wallcard.
Advance bookings only – please book and pay online at the event’s Trybooking page.
Any questions please call Suzie Brown on 0419 002 606.
Finding the venue: Our venue is Kyo Yoga Garden Studio, 74 The Esplanade, Ocean Grove (to find the venue go to the Hodgkins Street Carpark by the beach, and walk along the path past the toilet block about 150m – this is The Esplanade!). More info on the Kyo web site.
PLEASE NOTE: this workshop is not suitable for those suffering acute depression, psychotic episodes or PTSD. If you’re unsure whether it’s right for you please call Suzie on 0419 002 606 to discuss and/or seek advice from your psychologist or psychiatrist before booking in.