The most resilient, successful, and emotionally intelligent people are the ones who can face adversity and challenge with an open heart and a self-compassionate nature, rather than a rigid or self-critical one. Fortunately, research and practice shows that self-compassion is a skill that can be taught and learned.
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.
People with high self-compassion tend do have happier, healthier relationships. They also tend to compromise more, take responsibility for mistakes, blame others less and finding more satisfaction in relationship.
Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allows us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needs, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves.
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.