Mindfulness for Families Workshop (30 July 2016)


Life can be a pressure cooker, isn’t it?

There’s all type of pressure in our lives today, and depending on who you are, there could be work tension, school difficulties, peer pressure, relationship strains as well as the constant distraction of modern living, all of which demand our attention more than anything else as families. Unfortunately, the constant struggle to meet these demands can leave us stressed, frustrated and burnt out.

New research on Mindfulness practices have shown tremendous reduction in stress levels, irritability, anxiety, depression and improvement in emotional intelligence, resilience, creativity and attention span. By bringing Mindful Self-Awareness to your life, you can increase your ability to bring empathy, acceptance and values into your relationships.

Join a fun filled Mindfulness workshop for families with children ages 7 to 17 – that’s right, bring your children too.

This special workshop retreat gives your family the opportunity to connect, play, learn and experiment with mindfulness together with other families. During this workshop, you and your family will learn ways to slow down, practice acceptance, ‘BE’ with yourself and each other in the present moment.

Your family will also have opportunities for mindful yoga and mindfulness meditation coupled with other fun filled activities. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to enhance your self-awareness, which can free you and your family from stress and routines. And intentionally ‘BE’ with your family.


Facilitator Profile:

Kathirasan K
Lead Mindfulness Teacher, Director

Kathirasan K (Kathir) is an established mindfulness teacher and practitioner, with a background in Yoga, Philosophy, Organizational Development, Leadership and Teaching. Kathir has been teaching contemplative practices and philosophy for more than a decade.

Kathir has the unique ability to integrate psychology, mindfulness and Yoga to provide a holistic experience for learners. He has the ability to contextualise Mindfulness within the Singaporean Culture in the areas of education, teaching, learning, personal development, leadership, coaching, counselling, career development and stress management.

Kathir learned Mindfulness more than 15 years ago from a teacher from the Himalayas. He has also successfully completed 100 hours of Mindfulness Teacher Training and is currently a Doctoral (PhD) Candidate researching in the subject of Yoga Philosophy and Meditation. He is also a certified Yoga Instructor. Kathir also holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wolverhampton.

Venue: YogaTime

Address: 70a Bussorah Street, Singapore 199483

Day: Saturday, 30 July 2016

Time: 3.00pm – 5:00pm


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