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Mindful Living is a series of workshops where we meet online to enjoy the experience of meaningful & curious conversations, as well as fun activities and guided meditations that are designed to inspire a joy in living. These in-depth conversations support learning and growth in the challenging areas that we get the most questions about. How can we approach these every day small and big themes with mindful awareness? If mindfulness is a lifestyle of wellness – then how do we bring these practices into our real experiences?

You can choose to drop into workshops that interest you or come each session – you are always welcome!

Do you have an idea for a Mindful Living workshop? Let us know by emailing info@mindfulme.me – we love to create workshops that are meaningful for you!

Online workshop events have a “Name Your Price” option to break down financial barriers to participation, especially during these challenging times. This means that you can nominate your own price for the workshop, from AED50, so that you can help support others by offering more if you can, or less if you can’t.

All workshops are currently hosted on Zoom.


Mindful Living

Hosted by Helen & Kirsty

7pm – 9pm

  • 2nd May – The Stories Behind the Fairy Tales
    We are going to delve into how Fairy tales can help us to explore and uncover unconscious expressions of ourselves. There is much to learn through understanding how some of the stories, behind the stories, can give us insights into our own lives and help us find new meaning and direction. It makes for
    some compelling perceptions and observations about life!
  • 6th June – Topic to be confirmed
  • 4th July – Topic to be confirmed
  • 1st August – Topic to be confirmed

Living as a Mindful Parent

 

 

Hosted by Joanne Jewell 

8pm – 10pm

  • 14th April- How can I teach my children to apologise and mean it? 
     
    Teaching a child how to offer a heartfelt apology is one our most important tasks as parents – it means they will be able to take responsibility in their relationships and it empowers them to learn how to forgive themselves and others when they make mistakes.  When we apologise to a child it allows them to feel safe in their relationship with us – they know we care about them and it enables them to let go of their hurt or anger.  
     
    Insisting a child says “sorry” without feeling it doesn’t teach them any of this – so how do we help them to sit with their guilt and act on it without engaging in blame, shame or anger?  In this session we will explore what an apology is and isn’t and how we can teach children to feel safe enough in themselves to share their remorse.