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.
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
3.10pm: Closing Mindfulness Practices
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Pre-requisite: Participants must have taken Brahm Centre’s Dot B Mindfulness Course.