Join Jasmine & Lucy to practice and develop the skills of self-kindness together, and benefit from a sense of community with this in-person programme in Gloucester (Charlie’s Centre, GL1 5SL) 13th Sept – 1st Nov 2021, Mondays, 10.30am – 1pm (UK time). This course is open to all and has been kindly sponsored by Charlie’s, a wonderful community support centre.
We are delighted to be working together again to offer you practices and techniques to help cultivate stability, calm, grounding, connection, and uplift.
Lucy Chan teaches mindfulness, self-compassion and Buddhism internationally. She was trained directly by the internationally renowned pioneers of self-compassion Kristin Neff and Chris Germer, and she co-created the Self-Compassion programme for the nationally acclaimed mindfulness charity The Sharpham Trust. She also works as a doctor in the NHS; self-compassion practices helped her meet the challenges of a stressful job and her passion is to help others incorporate these practices into their lives. She recently delivered a TEDx talk on Fierce Compassion that you can watch on the official TED website here.
Jasmine has facilitated mindfulness groups for both children and adults for over 10 years. Most recently she helped train adult mindfulness facilitators in educational and community settings. She was trained to teach mindfulness by the internationally recognised teachers Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield, and has also undergone teacher training in Mindful Self Compassion.
This course is kindly supported by Charlie’s Centre in Gloucester – a wonderful community centre supporting those affected by cancer.
£20 registration fee to reserve your place.
Followed by optional ‘Pay What You Feel’ donation that will be shared between the community centre Charlie’s, and the facilitators.