Mindfulness Meditation Introductory Workshop
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED IN LIGHT OF COVID-19
Early Bird Fee: PHP3,500.00 (Due Three Days Before Event)
Walk-In Fee: PHP4,000.00
Mindfulness is our basic ability to be fully and unconditionally present: to be aware of where we are and what we’re doing on a moment to moment basis without judgment. While mindfulness is a capacity we naturally possess, it becomes more readily available to us when practiced on a regular basis. Mindfulness gives practitioners the opportunity to become more present to reality just as it is—and the observations and insights that they gain from the practice allows them to discover how to alleviate and even eliminate the unnecessary suffering that comes from resisting things as they are.
The Mindfulness Meditation Introductory Workshop is a six-hour workshop designed to teach individuals how to use the time-tested practice of mindfulness meditation as a tool for meeting life’s challenges with power, purpose and peace of mind. Since the establishment of secular versions of the practice in the late 1970s, more than a thousand publications have documented the manifold physiological and psychological benefits of mindfulness meditation: from boosting immunity, increasing longevity and enhancing mental acuity to improving emotional resilience and fostering relational empathy.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have a basic grasp of what mindfulness is; the various ways with which it can be cultivated and trained; and the various means by which it can be applied in order to not just survive, but to actually thrive, in a challenging world. No previous meditation experience or particular meditation ability is required to participate in this introductory workshop. For questions or reservations, contact our Front Desk 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.