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Take A Pause with Mindfulness - Special Topic: Fri 28 Sep 2018
Mindful Moments is hosting a monthly practice session open to all who are interested in practicing mindfulness in a group, whether or not you have any experience in mindfulness. ​Each session will be led by Erin or a guest mindfulness practitioner / teacher, and will focus on different mindfulness practices or themes. Each practice session will last 30 - 45 minutes, after which you may wish to have a chat with Erin about mindfulness or mingle with one another. ​ ——— Upcoming Take A Pause Session DATE: Friday 28 Sep 2018 ​​TIME: 7 PM - 8 PM VENUE: 190 Clemenceau Ave, #04-10, Singapore Shopping Centre, S239924 ​ SPECIAL TOPIC: Mindfulness, Nature, and Us Mindfulness is more than developing awareness of ourselves; it is also a practice of discovering our relationships with nature and the sharing of eco practices. This one-hour mindfulness session will explore the impacts of marine litter and how mindfulness can contribute to a better environment, in conjunction with the month of International Coastal Clean-Up. Participants will be led through a dry land paddling segment to experience some mindfulness-based kayaking activities that would usually be conducted out at reservoirs or sea. THE FACILITATOR: Kian is a Kayaking and Dragon Boating Coach who is passionate about integration of environmental awareness and mindfulness with sports. Kian is the co-founder of SplashAxis, a paddle sports company and Better Trails, an outdoor education based social enterprise. Kian developed mindfulness kayaking programs that involve river clean-up, meditation on kayak and is actively designing therapeutic experiences in the nature.

Singapore Shopping Centre, #04-10

190 Clemenceau Avenue, Singapore 239924 · Singapore

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It is a fact that mindfulness has received a lot of media attention from around the world in the recent decades, and we are seeing mindfulness being applied in an increasing number of fields such as neuroscience, cognitive behavioural therapy, healthcare, business and management, education and parenting. More and more research studies on the applications of mindfulness are also showing positive outcomes for the well-being of humanity. But many of us in Singapore may still be relatively unaware of what mindfulness is, how it benefits us, and how to practice it. At Mindful Moments, we believe mindfulness should be learned not as a technique but as a life skill, and practiced not as a quick fix but as a way of life. So we pledge to keep spreading awareness through mindfulness training programs, public talks, workshops, and publishing valuable content in hope that more and more people will learn about this life-changing practice and incorporate mindfulness into their daily lives. Join us for the talks, workshops and classes that we may conduct from time to time, or make a request for mindfulness awareness and training programs to be held for your community or workplace!

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