Mindfulness Series Workshop 4 on Offering Refuge to Ourselves, Others and the World
JUNE 27, 2020, Saturday from 10:30 am to 12:00 nn
Workshop Fee: PHP1,000.00 (Must Be Settled Three Days Beforehand)
Workshop Bundle Fee: PHP3,500.00 (Applies If You Register for All Four Workshops in the Series)
In times of extreme challenge and distress, it becomes all too easy to lose our connection with the basic human virtues of acceptance, compassion, empathy, generosity, joy, kindness, love and warmth. Yet these virtues not only offer us a glimpse of light in an often dark world—they constitute who we truly are if we make the courageous effort to remember. In this 90-minute workshop with Teacher Eileen Tupaz, learn mindfulness-based and psychotherapy-inspired techniques for remembering and reconnecting with the best and the highest aspects of yourself in the face of circumstances that would have you forget.
No previous meditation experience or particular meditation ability is required to participate in this workshop. To register in the workshop, click here. For questions or reservations, contact us at +632.7577.0345 or at +63917.577.0345.
ABOUT THE TEACHER: Eileen Tupaz is a meditation and yoga (E-RYT500) teacher trainer, a Reiki Third Degree Teacher, a retreat facilitator, a certified Eating Psychology Coach and the Co-Founder and Co-Director of White Space Mind and Body Wellness Studio. She holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the Ateneo de Manila University with a focus on Eastern thought and is a student of world-renowned mindfulness meditation teachers Dr. Tara Brach and Dr. Jack Kornfield. Eileen's teaching combines the knowledge and experience she's gained from a decade-old mindfulness practice rooted in the Vipassana, Yoga and Zen traditions with an academic understanding of Hindu and Buddhist philosophies. Her additional studies in the areas of analytical psychology, comparative religion, eating psychology and somatic therapy plus her years of experience in coaching, mentoring and teaching have also deeply influenced her approach to meditation. When she’s not reading up on the world’s religions, Eileen spends her free time listening to neuroscience lectures and dharma talks. At work, she divides most of her time between leading yoga and meditation teacher trainings, designing meditation and Reiki courses and leading workshops and retreats. Eileen is well-known for her clear, systematic and often irreverent teaching style and her ability to convey abstract, complex or technical knowledge in a lucid and accessible manner.