“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom” - Aristotle
It takes courage to stand up to harm, including the discomfort we unwittingly inflict on ourselves through self-criticism, self-isolation, self-rumination or the projection of these onto others, when things go wrong.
Mindful Self-Compassion can be learned by anyone, even those who feel uncomfortable when they are good to themselves or haven’t had a model of how to respond to life’s difficult moments with kindness, care or understanding.
The Mindful Self-Compassion program is a journey and adventure in self-discovery and self-kindness. Learn powerful practices you can apply in daily life to live a calmer, more productive and meaningful life.
- Recognise your triggers
- Slow down mentally
- Enhance your capacity to respond
- Boost your focus and performance
- Unleash your inner creative potential
- Develop compassionate action and emotional agility
- Reduce stress and adopt a calmer approach to life
- Develop a better relationship with yourself and others.
- Discover a greater sense of wellbeing and happiness life.
Delivered face to face or online, executive coaching sessions will help you reduce stress, distraction and emotional reactivity so you can stay focused on the things that matter. You will learn practical strategies you can apply immediately, in daily life. Jo’s expertise will help you get to the core of any issues you face.
Mindful Self-Compassion (8 week)
This 8-week training program is designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion, a powerful tool for emotional agility and resilience.
The program teaches the core principles and practices of Mindful Self-Compassion that allow us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needed, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves.
Mindful Self-Compassion (retreat)
This 5-day residential program is an intensive form of the internationally recognized, eight-week training program in Mindful Self-Compassion developed by Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff.
Cultivating self-compassion enables us to cope with life’s challenges, bounce back from difficulties, and is strongly associated with lower levels of stress and anxiety, healthy habits relating to diet and exercise, more satisfying compassionate relationships, emotional agility and well-being.
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If you wish to schedule an appointment, are curious to know more about workshops, coaching or retreats, then please get in touch. We will get back to you as soon as possible.