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Mindfulness Group Practice: Mindful eating
2月8日 (Wednesday)|7:30pm – 9:00pm
Target group:Anyone who is interested in using mindfulness to take care of themselves


Life goes by every day as we pursue our futures, take care of our families and manage our relationships. Do we ever stop and listen to our inner needs? In preparation for the challenges ahead of us in the new year, how can we take better care of ourselves?

We are at the height of indulgence at this time of year, whether it is Christmas feasts, Chinese New Year treats, Nian Gao, Turnip cakes... Do you overeat over the holidays, only to regret it later? Or do you always want to eat healthy, but find yourself rushing through your meals, not paying attention to what you're eating? You may even end up with stomach cramps.

Mindful eating helps us to choose our food more consciously and wisely. It also allows us to fully savor and enjoy the food choices we make. According to research, taking an 8-week mindful eating course can even help us lose weight. Amanda is not only a clinical psychologist and mindfulness teacher, but also a certified teacher of Mindfulness-based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT). We invite you to prepare water and snacks (such as chips, nuts, chocolates, candies etc), and experience mindful eating with us in this online group practice. Start turning every bite we take into an act of self-care. (If you would have dinner before the practice, please do not make yourself too full; If you'd like to have dinner during the practice, please prepare a light one.) We welcome anyone who is interested in using mindfulness to take care of themselves.

The event will be held in Cantonese. 


  • Getting to know, and experience mindful eating 
  • Q&A 

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. 

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