This workshop will give you practical, mindfulness-based tools that can help you befriend yourself — and your imperfections — with inner strength and resilience.
- When: Saturday, October 26, noon to 5 p.m.
- Where: Elks Performing Arts Center 3rd Floor Sundance Room
- Cost: $125
- Age limit: 18+
- Categories: Lectures
Do you ever feel like you are your own worst enemy? Many of us are dedicated to being kind to others but have a hard time bringing this same kindness to ourselves. Research has shown that people who are self-compassionate tend to experience greater happiness, life satisfaction and motivation, better relationships and physical health, and less anxiety and depression. We all could benefit by being more compassionate with ourselves, especially those of us who are health care professionals, teachers, parents, caregivers or anyone suffering from burnout or "compassion fatigue." This workshop will give you practical, mindfulness-based tools that can help you befriend yourself — and your imperfections — with inner strength and resilience.
Paula Sarvani is a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and has been working in the field of health and wellness for over 30 years. She is a long-time practitioner of meditation and other contemplative disciplines. For more information, call: 928-499-1648.