Mindfulness Fun Camp for Children (Primary 4-6)

On the 5th Sept 2016, a group of 11 children (primary 4-6) came together for the Mindfulness Fun Camp held from 9am to 5pm. It was a day of self-discovery for the kids as they learnt more about themselves, understanding more about their thought patterns and the strengths within them. As the camp was designed to improve their focus and help them in stress management, participants were introduced to key mindfulness practices as ways of coping with stress. Through a series of engaging games and videos, the children gained a better awareness of their stress signature, thoughts and emotions, as well as, making new friends in the...

Student & Parents Mindfulness Retreat (11 – 18 years) – 10th Sept 2016

Research has shown that regular mindfulness practice supports improved attention and concentration, relieves perceived stress and strengthens overall mental well-being. During this retreat, students and parents will be able to put many of the mindfulness techniques they have learnt into practice. There will be sessions to practise Mindful Listening as listening is a very important skill for the enhancement of trust and understanding in relationships. Participants will have the opportunity to share some of their challenges faced in their mindfulness journey and review how to re-integrate their mindfulness practices. Most of the sessions for the parents and students will be conducted in separate classrooms. Program: 10.30am: Registration and Introduction 10.45am: Opening Mindfulness Practices 11.30am: Discussion on Sources of Stress 12.00pm: Mindful Listening 12:30pm: Mindful Eating 1.15pm:  Mindful Movement 1:30pm:  Mindful Listening 2.30pm: Sharing 3.10pm: Closing Mindfulness Practices 3.30pm: Close Sign up for the retreat now! Click here to register. Pre-requisite: Participants must have taken Brahm Centre’s Dot B Mindfulness Course. Please Note: ALL PAYMENTS FOR COURSE OR EVENT REGISTRATIONS ARE...

Upcoming Event: Mindfulness Camp for P4-P6 Children – 5th Sept 2016

Exams are around the corner! This camp is designed to help your child learn coping skills to manage his/her stress, focus on the present and do his/her best each day. The camp will comprise of mindfulness, art and reflection activities. If your child has special needs, please write in to eric@brahmcentre.com to enquire if the camp is suitable for your child to participate before registering for the camp. Sign up here! (Limited Places available). Please note that: ALL PAYMENTS FOR COURSE OR EVENT REGISTRATIONS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE....

Mindfulness Boot Camp for P4-P6 Children – 7th June 2016

A group of 16 children aged 10-12 participated in our Mindfulness Boot Camp this June holidays. Participants were taught a range of mindfulness practices to help them to focus and become more aware of their emotions. Through a series of full-filled games and hands-on activities, participants reflected that it was a fun and nice camp. On average, the participants gave 8 out of 10 points for the camp! This is a nice camp. Join it now! - Pramita, Age 10 It is funny, come and learn! - Rachelle, Age 10 It has games! - Rania, Age 11 It’s fun! - Aidan, Age 10 It’s fun! - Yue Qi, Age 12 You should try it! - Uriel, Age 9 It is interesting and I will motivate them to take part in this camp! - Brahadeesh, Age 10 Fun camp! - Akinesh, Age 11 It is ok and fun! - Cherisse, Age 10 .b, Tummy and chest breathing and petal practice might make you calmer! - Wee Rui, Age 10 I learnt to become more aware after the camp. Go for it! - Ashley, Age 11 Participants from the...

Youth Camp for Children Aged 6 – 9

On the 4th Dec 2015, a group of 22 young children aged 6-9 came together for the youth camp held at our M1 Youth Studio. They learnt techniques to focus and concentrate while discovering more about the different brain parts, in the introduction to mindfulness session conducted by Mr Eric Lim. They also picked up useful tips from our instructor, Ms Angie Chew, on how to defend themselves against bullying. Through a series of games and activities, our young participants learnt to build their self-confidence while having a great ton of...

Youth Camp for Children Aged 14-18

On the 1st Dec 2015, we organised a youth camp for a group of 17 teenagers aged 14-18. The youth participants learnt how to defend themselves against bullying, enhance their self-confidence, practise mindfulness and discover what they need to know about sex to safeguard...

Youth Camp for Children Aged 10-12 and 13-15

On the 24 Nov 2015, we organised a youth camp for a group of 24 teenagers aged 10-12 and 13-16 during the holidays. The participants learnt how to defend themselves against bullying, enhance their self-confidence, practise mindfulness and discover what they need to know about sex to safeguard themselves. Participants having fun in the building self-confidence workshop, acquiring skills and techniques to be more self-aware, other-aware, more...

An unforgettable night at M1 TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil

On the 27th Oct 2015, a group of 19 children and youth from Brahm Centre was treated to a spectacular feast at the TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil presented by M1, our sponsor for the M1 Youth Studio. Held at Bayfront Avenue, next to Marina Bay Sands, the signature blue-and-yellow big top housed the energy-pumping cast who delivered the heart-stopping performance. The children and youth were mesmerised by the antics of the acrobats and clapped to the rhythm of the show, savouring every moment of it. “This is an amazing opportunity for kids who otherwise would not have a chance to see this fabulous show. Thank you M1 for opening the eyes of these kids to the wonders and possibilities of imagination and creativity! Exposure is so important to children - to push their creative boundaries and giving them the seeds of new dreams as they will be the ones to take us all to the new frontiers!” said Mr Eric Lim, a mindfulness psychologist with Brahm Centre. “Amazement awaits us at every corner in the performance!’ as shared by one of the youth who attended the show. Click here to learn more in the news release by...