Interested in building resilience and life performance? This workshop helps you be more resilient and understand how to harness your minds potential for peak performance in the life domain that matters most to you, whether it’s work, study, parenting or sport.
In this class we explore ways to successfully navigate through life transitions, how to manage the uncertainty, understand the stages of transition, and explore our psychology (thoughts, feelings, behaviours) that sits behind transition and change.
Want to learn or practice your mindfulness skills? In this class we do mindfulness through meditation and everyday activities. Types of things we will cover include meditation with a focus on either breath, body, emotions, compassion or connection.
Understanding how to manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviour is the pathway to health, happiness and performance. This class introduces you to mind basics, including how to harness your mind’s potential to create a purposeful and connected life.
Let us introduce you to the science and practice of mindfulness – the ability to focus attention in the present moment, to find calm and clarity. This workshop is interactive, practical and tailored to daily urban life. Slow down and taking notice of your life and how you want to be in the World.
Most athletes know that a significant proportion of any performance is psychological. But many aren’t sure of the specific skills they can employ to reach optimal performance, and how to integrate them into their training regime. Join this workshop to take your sporting performance to the next level.
Learn the science and practice of self-compassion and why it is beneficial for health, happiness and performance to act with mindful kindness to self and others. You’ll leave with the knowledge and skills to be more self-compassionate and reap the wellbeing benefits of motivating yourself through kindness rather than criticism.
We’d love to hear what you think and feel about our workshops or classes. What’s missing? What made you smile? What left a mark? How can we be better?