28 Mar 2023 (Tue)
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Hustle and bustle of university life could be stressful and frustrating. Some of us may easily get into negative emotions, spending time thinking over stuff that has happened or worrying over things that might happen in the future. Mindfulness is the practice for helping us to purposely focus on the present moment, bringing our attention back to experience life without making judgment.
By practicing mindfulness techniques not only enhances psychological wellbeing but also boost focus and productivity whilst reducing stress and building greater resilience. Here and now, find your inner peace and enjoy the present moment.
Ms. Christine Cheung, Mindfulness practitioner with twenty years of experience in practicing mindfulness
Ms. Christine Cheung is the founder of "Mindful Joyful Parenting" and the columnist of "Mindful Parenting" & "Nonviolent Mindfulness Communication". She is also a graduate of "Mindfulness Teachers Training Program" at Plum Village Mindfulness Academy and a Center of Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) Certification Candidate. She wrote five books including "Miss Bell Bell Mindfulness Course" and "Plum Village WakeUp Girl”.
Here on or before 23 Mar 2023
Tel: 2358 6696 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- This is a recognized event in the "Self-directed Experience" component of CORE1905: Behavioral Foundations of University Education: Habits, Mindsets, and Wellness.
- You need to attend the event in full to get 1.5 hours.