[UG] Self-compassion Workshop
Personal Enrichment for the Post-Pandemic Life Series
- Self-compassion Workshop [CCL recognised]
Research shows self-compassion reduces stress levels, anxiety, depression, shame, fear of failure etc. and increases life satisfaction, coping resilience, motivation etc.
In this activity-based workshop, we will experience first hand the power of self-compassion, a very useful skill that we can benefit from in difficult times.
Date and Time: 17 March 2022, 7pm - 8:30pm (THU)
Medium of instruction: English
Eligibility: Undergraduates (priority to Halls Residents)
Host: Ms. Cheryl YUNG
Cheryl is a yoga instructor and dance meditation facilitator. She was drawn to yoga as a remedy for her back pain in the beginning. The calmness and mindfulness qualities of yoga and meditation practices then become the pillars of her life.
She is an advocate of mindfulness, self-compassion, mental health and self-inquiry, and believes that the way to create a better world is to start from within, by taking care of one’s mind, body and heart.
Cheryl is an HKBU graduate and a Hall Advisor of the Undergraduate Halls.
Deadline: 11 March 2022
- Participants should prepare a note book and a pen for the webinar.
- Photos and/or videos might be taken during the webinar and appear in the university's publicity materials. Your consent to this is assumed upon receiving your application. Otherwise please contact us.
- Successful applicants will receive a confirmation email with the zoom link from email@example.com.
- 7 pm - 8:30 pm
- 11 Mar 2022 (Fri)