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How to Cope with Pain with Mindfulness?
13 Oct 2022 (Sat) | 7:30pm-9:30pm
Target group:Members with mild to moderate levels of emotional distress


Chronic pain can be distressing. Not only does it bring physical pain, but it can lead to low mood, fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite, as well as negatively impacting social life and work. We may not be able to control and avoid pain. Yet, is there any other way to live with it apart from merely bearing it?

Research shows that consistent mindfulness practice can relieve distress caused by pain. This workshop will guide you through mindfulness exercises, for you to build a warm and harmonious connection with your body sensations. Let’s try to respond to pain in different ways, in hope of improving our physical and mental health. 


  • Understand the association between mindfulness and pain
  • How to ease pain with mindfulness practice
  • Mindful stretching exercise
  • Sharing  

Instructor profile

Amanda has been practicing mindfulness since 2014, and has completed teacher trainings at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre for Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (Level 1- 4), and the Mindfulness Center at Brown for Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (Level 1 Foundation Training), advanced teacher training of Mindful Parenting, and .b foundation. She is also a certified teacher of Mindfulness-based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT). Amanda is also active in research on mindfulness, including the development of ambassador programs and a local mindfulness mobile app called “newlife.330”.

Through mindfulness, Amanda is learning to live in the present moment with clarity and allow life to unfold naturally. Mindfulness guides her to see the interconnectedness between her and society, and to respond with love and wisdom. 


* In case of financial difficulties, please email info@jcthplus.org to enquire about fee waiver.
** Spaces are limited. If the number of registrants exceed the quota, we will allocate spots by drawing lots, and will notify the results by email.

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