Workshops

Lunchtime Mindfulness Practice

This workshop is open to the public. Complete beginners are also welcome to experientially explore Mindfulness with us!

Half-day Silence Retreat

To Be Confirmed

Lunchtime Mindfulness Practice

This workshop is held over Zoom every Friday from 1 pm to 1.30 pm (unless otherwise specified), starting from 19 August 2022. It is catered for busy working adults to take a mindful self-care break in the middle of the day. 

This workshop is open to the public. Complete beginners are also welcome to experientially explore Mindfulness with us!

Session Structure

  • 5-minute Brief Introduction
  • 20-minute Mindfulness Practice (practice may vary)
  • 5-minute Group Sharing & Discussion

What to Prepare?

  • Audio & Video-enabled Computer, Laptop or Phone
  •  Zoom software
  • Wifi connection
  • Earpiece with mic
  • A quiet space preferably

Facilitator

Ms Joy Chen

Ms Chen is a registered psychologist with the Singapore Psychology Society (SPS) and a Mindfulness & Compassion meditation practitioner. She received training and supervision in various mindfulness-based and compassion-focused interventions including: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT), Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), Compassion-focused Therapy/Compassionate Mind Training (CFT/CMT), as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Her interest lies in integrating ancient Eastern wisdom (i.e., mindfulness & compassion meditation) with modern Western science (i.e., psychology & neuroscience) to enhance mental resilience across ages.

*This event is not suitable for individuals with serious physical and/or mental conditions. Kindly seek professional help if you are physically unwell and/or emotionally unstable. Your physical and mental well-being is important, do take care of yourself.

Half-day Silence Retreat

Mindfulness half-day silent retreat is a block of time set aside for people who are interested to deepen mindfulness practice and look inside themselves. Participants are expected to remain silent during the 4-hour retreat, and there is also time set aside for group sharing based on the retreat experience. Complete beginner is also welcome to join and explore mindfulness experientially.

Upcoming retreat

To Be Confirmed

Class Schedule : 15 October

Target Audience: Public

Workshop Fee: 

  • To be confirmed

Class Size: 

  • To be confirmed

Instructor Name: Ms Joy Chen

Instructor Details: Ms Joy Chen

Ms Chen is a registered psychologist with the Singapore Psychology Society (SPS) and a Mindfulness & Compassion meditation practitioner. She received training and supervision in various mindfulness-based and compassion-focused interventions including: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT), Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), Compassion-focused Therapy/Compassionate Mind Training (CFT/CMT), as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Her interest lies in integrating ancient Eastern wisdom (i.e., mindfulness & compassion meditation) with modern Western science (i.e., psychology & neuroscience) to enhance mental resilience across ages.