Cream, Grey and White Yoga Wellness and

Why this course?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), mental health is “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.”

 

This course bridges the gap between meditation as a practice and how it can have a positive effect on your mental well-being so you can find ease, well-being and peace whenever you need to. 

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This program is for you if you are looking to restore your mental well-being, increase your self-awareness, deal with negative patterns and build inner resilience. Too often mental health is confused with mental illness, mental health is something that we all have that can vary day by day. By learning practical skills it’s possible to improve your mental well-being and deal with negative emotion, thought and belief patterns which may be outdated and no longer serve us. 

 

Successful mental well-being is not about never having negative emotions or thoughts, it’s about pro-actively applying the skills you’ll learn on this course when they arise and being able to process them. When we are able to do this skillfully, we can operate in a world from response rather than reaction. 

In this 8-week course you will receive short lectures, experiential learning, journaling exercises, meditation and homework each week. I’ll be sharing tools from the iRest® protocol as well as how you can support yourself physically, mentally and emotionally through lifestyle choices, yoga, breathing and sleep. 

This comprehensive course will give you practical steps to:

 

  1. Meditate effortlessly 

  2. Use your practice as a place to safely welcome your emotions, thoughts and beliefs

  3. Cultivate increased self-awareness 

  4. De-stress your nervous system through breathing techniques, yoga and meditation 

  5. Improve your overall well-being including sleep 

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MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

DAVINA HO

"MY WORK WITH CLIENTS HAS BEEN CALLED TRANSFORMATIONAL BUT IT’S REALLY THE TOOLS I TEACH FOR PEOPLE TO CREATE THEIR OWN

HEALING AND 

TRANSFORMATIONAL 

EXPERIENCE.

 

THE POWER LIES WITHIN ALL OF US" 

TESTIMONIALS

“Davina has been a source of support, healing and inspiration. She teaches me not only what practices to be trying and how to do so but also why something in particular and the benefits to be gained. I am more aware of what my body needs to revitalise and techniques to try when I am feeling stressed and anxious. She listens well, is very conscious of her clients’ needs and has a calming tone and demeanour. I feel fortunate that I met Davina as I am truly enjoying the yoga, meditation and breathing as well as the friendship.”

STEPHANIE,

CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER

NEXT COURSE DETAILS

8 WEEKS STARTS JANUARY 2021

10AM - 11.30AM SGT SATURDAYS

(IN PERSON NEWTON - 5 SPACES)

23rd, 30th January

6th, 20th, 27th February

6th, 13th, 20th March 

8 WEEKS STARTS JANUARY 2021

8PM - 9:30PM SGT WEDNESDAYS

(12PM - 1:30PM UKT)

(ZOOM - ONLINE)

3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th February 2021

3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th March 2021

S$595 ($525 Early Bird)

Please note that this course will be a pre-requisite for future silent retreats with me unless you have a meditation or yoga certification or proof of a significant practice or attended another silent retreat.

You Will Benefit From This Course: 

 

  • If you are overwhelmed by your emotions or thoughts

  • Have symptoms of chronic stress and anxiety such as tiredness, exhaustion, burnout

  • You are physically, mentally or emotionally drained

  • Find that stress and anxiety disrupt your sleep 

  • Finding that you are reactive to situations in your life 

You Will Learn: 

  • Research, tools and practices to pro-actively engage stress and anxiety for mental well-being using the ten step iRest® protocol

  • Tools for inner safety 

  • Somatic mindfulness techniques 

  • Breathing techniques to calm and soothe the nervous system

  • What your stress triggers look like 

  • The science of sleep 

  • An understanding of mental well-being 

  • To increase self-awareness 

  • The importance of yoga for mental health

How do we heal what's out there?

We heal what's in here!