Mindfulness in Motion
Join Ven. Tsultrim as she takes you through a unique and practical exploration of mindfulness to help you develop a greater understanding of how we can all choose to be kinder to others and ourselves.
Our busy lives sometimes suggest there is no time for mindfulness. But being mindful doesn’t necessarily mean we have to slow our lives down to a snail’s pace. We just need to be aware. Aware of our thoughts, our words, our actions. Aware of how they influence our choices and our responses. So whether you want to be more mindful professionally or personally, this course will give you the tools, and consequently the ability to be more peaceful, kind and content in your daily lives.
The on-line course will help you:
- understand how mindfulness can help at home, work and with friends and family,
- learn tools to “let go”, be more aware, and gain greater resilience and a calming perspective,
- turn your everyday thoughts, words and actions into a long lasting mindfulness practice,
- build your confidence, and
- build a stronger, more resilient state of mind.
“I was very happy with the course. Ven. Tsultrim is a wonderful teacher. I love her brightness, wisdom, honesty and humour”.
“ The course was amazing. I have a lot of new skills to help me develop myself and improve the quality of my life”.
One on-line course will begin on Tuesday, 20 April 2021, 6.00pm – 8.00pm (AEST) and continue every Tuesday for 6 weeks. Click here to book.
And another on-line course on Tuesday, 7 September 2021, 6.00pm – 8.00pm (AEST) and continue every Tuesday for 6 weeks. Click here to book.
Workshop Fee: $60
The cost of this workshop will support the ongoing work of Karuna Hospice Service.
Tsultrim (Carla Pearse) is a university trained counsellor and has worked in the community sector for over 25 years. She also has a Master of International Studies majoring in Peace and Conflict Resolution. Tsultrim has been using mindfulness personally and as the basis of her professional work for almost 20 years. She has great confidence that mindfulness can help us to develop our love, compassion and wisdom providing us with greater resilience, strength and courage.