Mindful Self-Compassion Training Intensive

Mindful Self-Compassion Training Intensive

9 Day MSC Intensive Mexican Retreat will offer three hours of Mindful Self-Compassion Training each day as developed by Dr. Chris Germer and Dr. K. Neff and The Centre for Mindful Self-Compassion. A half day silent retreat will be offered on Day 6 of the retreat.
In a beautiful oceanside setting, there will also be time each day for yoga, swimming, rest, relaxation, exploring or creative pursuits with our resident artist Johanne Galipeau. The final evening together will feature a Lantern Making Class and closing ritual by the sea. This course is for anyone wanting to learn or deepen mindfulness and self-compassion skills and qualifies as one of the prerequisites for the MSC Teacher Training.

Bringing Mindful Self-Compassion to the Table

Bringing Mindful Self-Compassion to the Table

This workshop will provide you with RADICAL NEW WAYS of looking at your relationship with food, your body and your life.

You will learn practices you can use immediately to help calm that inner critical voice and cultivate a new, more compassionate voice that will support you to take care of yourself in a sustainable, loving and healthful way.

Mindful Self-Compassion 8 week Training

Mindful Self-Compassion 8 week Training

Research has been exploding the last ten years showing a strong link between mindfulness and self-compassion and less negative emotions (anxiety, anger, frustration, stress, depression) and, at the same time, the strong development of more positive emotions (relationship satisfaction, healthier lifestyle behaviours, increased happiness and overall wellbeing.

Self-Compassion in the Workplace

Self-Compassion in the Workplace

WORKSHOP IS FULL AND REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Please contact us for information about how to arrange a Self-Compassion Training Day for your workplace or organization.

Central Vancouver Island Multicultural Society Staff Training Day designed to support staff to manage stress, prevent burnout and learn to treat themselves with the same care and kindness they offer to those they support and care for.