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Year-end Half-day Mindfulness Retreat
17 December (Saturday)|1:30pm – 5:30pm
The Hong Kong Management Association, 14/F Fairmont House, 8 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong (Exit B, MTR Admiralty station)
100
Target group: Members with mild to moderate level of emotional distress who are interested in taking care of themselves through mindfulness practices.
Quota: 24

About

We say this every year – we can’t believe the year is coming to a close. How has 2022 been for you? Have you spent some time looking within your body and mind?


We invite you to give yourself a treat as we conclude this year. Come to our half-day mindfulness retreat and take a moment to converse with your inner self, as we reflect on all that’s happened in 2022 and get ready for 2023. 


This event will be held in Cantonese.

Contents 


A variety of mindful practices (including mindful sitting, mindful stretching, body scan, etc), life reflections and sharing. 

Instructor profile


Connie has been practicing mindfulness since 2012. She has completed the Foundational Training in Teaching Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy by the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre & HK Center for Mindfulness (Module 1-4), and the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Foundations and Teacher Advance Intensive Training by Brown Mindfulness Center, Advanced Teacher Training in Mindful Parenting, and Teach Paws b Teacher Training. She has delivered many 8-week MBCT and MBSR courses as well as mindfulness workshops to the community in the past. 


Connie has strong faith in the life transformational power that is hidden inside every single individual---everyone is the expert of his/ her own life. Through mindfulness practice, we can be more aware of the connection between ourselves and the universe, cultivating a compassionate and wholesome mind to live with the constant uncertainties in this changing world. 

Remarks


* This retreat is aimed at those with mild to moderate emotional distress, and is not recommended for people who are currently experiencing nicotine, alcohol or drug dependence, symptoms of psychosis, or suicidal tendencies.

** 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.

Apply before: 7 / 12 / 2022

Speaker

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Connie Ho, Registered Clinical Psychologist

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