As women, we put so much pressure on ourselves to be perfect. We live with constant expectations that tell us who, what and how we should be. Despite the fact that most —if not all—of these expectations are impossible to meet, we constantly strive to meet them. And when we don’t, we feel inadequate, powerless and isolated.
What would it be like to receive self-compassion, whenever we need it?
In this very intimate workshop we will explore the science and practice of self-compassion, and the special relevance this practice has to us women.
This event is about women talking to women and discovering together how to bring more mindfulness and compassion into our daily lives—together. It’s about learning to support ourselves, when we need it the most.
Is the workshop science based?
Yes! This workshop draws upon the research of Brené Brown and Kristin Neff. It will be conducted in a safe, supportive, and phone-free environment and will involve short exercises, guided practices, personal reflection and a group ethos of deep listening and friendly speech.
This workshop will be led by Jossy Jimenez
Jossy has a master’s degree in human development and is certified as a mindfulness facilitator by UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behaviour. She has training in Stanford University’s Compassion Cultivation training (CCT), and has completed teacher-training in the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program with UCSD.
She has developed wellbeing programs for institutions in Australia, the United States, and México —everything from kindergartens to large corporations. Above all, she is an enthusiastic practitioner who has a great personal appreciation for the benefits of self-compassion practice.
Presented by Jossy Jimenez
Please note: tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred to a friend or family member if you can no longer attend.