Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion
Feeling stressed out and finding it difficult to show kindness to yourself? Join us for our 6 session self-compassion course and discover the capacity and resources to care for yourself!
In this course, learn how to strengthen your inner resources to care for yourself with kindness and love. Discover how supportive gestures, being in the present, motivating ourselves with compassion, and making room for difficult emotions, can help you to improve your well-being.
Life is not easy, be kind to yourself.
The course covers the following topics:
- What is Self-Compassion
- Self-Compassion practices in daily life
- Discovering your compassionate voice
- Working through difficult emotions
- Managing caregiver fatigue and burnout
- Discovering your core values
Each class includes short talks, experiential practices, reflections, and group discussions.
“The course is helpful in showing me the different ways to come out from the vicious cycle of ‘self-critic’ and ‘self-pity’ to a more compassionate person to myself and move on beyond my emotion for a better ‘me’. Thank you Teacher Kai Lin and all the participants for their sharing that I am not alone, it’s alright not to feel alright at times.”
─ A sharing by Ms Jean Lee, SC-MSC Jan 2023
Date: 7 Jul – 11 Aug (Every Fri)
Time: 7.30pm to 9pm
Venue: Awareness Hub @ Bras Basah Complex
Fee: $185 for 6 sessions
- Online registration: https://bit.ly/3F6ahVJ
- Reception Office @ KMSPKS | 9am to 4pm
- Awareness Hub | 11.30am to 6pm
Registration deadline: 30 Jun 2023 or when fully registered
Enquiry: 6336 5067 | email@example.com
Teo Kai Lin
Kai Lin is a trained teacher for Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC). She is also a certified teacher for Koru Mindfulness, a mindfulness and stress management programme designed for young adults. She has an M.A. in Contemplative Education and was an Associate Lecturer in a polytechnic for 9 years. She has spent more than 17 years in the public service and the social sector. She is most interested in how we could live our lives with greater presence, authenticity and compassion, and to flourish as human beings.