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September Workshop: Mindfulness for Focus and Well-being

by The Mind Faculty


This September, we are holding the tenth intake of our ever-popular Mindfulness workshop.


In this frantic world, it's easy to feel unfocused, disconnected and overwhelmed. This can manifest in depression, anxiety and unresolved health issues. Clinical studies have down that mindfulness can help us to cope with stress, pain and improve our overall health.


Mindfulness for Focus and Well-Being

Our mindfulness program is based on the clinically proven Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). It teaches you skills to improve your stress management, build your emotional resilience and increase your cognitive awareness. It helps you to develop and draw on your own inner resources to bring about focus, greater balance stability and well-being.


What to Expect:

  • A 90-minute class once a week for 8 weeks.

  • A day-long intensive (10 am - 5 pm) between weeks 5 and 7.

  • Guided mindfulness meditation.

  • Gentle stretching and movement.

  • Basic stress physiology

  • Exploration of habitual patterns of thinking, feeling and action.

  • Brief lectures, discussions and sharing.

  • Individual feedback and support.

  • A course-book and guided mindfulness practice audios.

  • Daily home exercises.

Program Outline

Each sessions will start with our outline and objectives. It will be followed with experiential learning through guided mindfulness and meditation exercises, self-discovery and insights, and voluntary sharing and discussion. Each session has a take-home message and how you can apply it in your daily life.


September 29 (Saturday) 2.00 - 6.15pm


Session 1: Breathing Anchor

Anchoring Ourselves in this Frantic and Unpredictable World


Session 2: Coming to our Senses

Mindfulness of Body and Stress


October 13 (Saturday) 2.00 - 6.15 pm


Session 3: Why Your Buttons Are Pressed

Mindfulness of Emotions


Session 4: The Pleasure of Small Things

Mindfulness of Thought Patterns


October 20 (Saturday) 2.00 - 6.15 pm


Session 5: Put On Your Oxygen Mask First

Mindfulness of Self Compassion


Session 6: Tender Gravity of Kindness

Mindfulness of Others


October 28 (Sunday) 10.00 - 5.30 pm


One-day Intensive: Making it Matter to You

Putting It All Together (Silent Mindfulness Day)


November 3 (Saturday) 2.00 - 6.15 pm


Session 7: Dancing in the Rain

Mindfulness in Interactions


Session 8: Life Worth Living

Mindfulness for Meaning


Tailoring To Fit You

This workshop is limited to 10 spaces. We want to tailor it to fit your individual needs and situation. Upon registration, our facilitator will contact you to answer any questions you may have about the program and to speak about any needs you may have.


All information you share will be regarded as confidential.


You will also be provided with:

  1. 6 Guided Mindfulness meditation audios

  2. Mindfulness Training Manual by UK Breathworks

  3. Light refreshments will be provided throughout the course.

  4. Complimentary follow sessions (subject to availability)

  5. Support via Whatsapp Chatgroups

This course is equivalent to the basic 8-week modern mindfulness training that is the foundation to attend Mindfulness training at UK Breathworks. A certification of completion will be awarded upon full attendance.


Facilitated by Mr Ko Teik Yen

Mr Ko is a fully accredited Mindfulness Teacher to teach UK Breathwork Mindfulness for Health and Mindfulness for Stress courses. He is also trained in MBCT and MBSR. He is also the teaching supervisor for the clinical research program, Mindfulness in Epilepsy Project at the University Malaya Medical Centre. He is also the Founding Director of LCCH Therapy Centre. He has helped clients with anxiety, depression, chronic pain, phobias and other chronic illnesses.


Sign up before September 18 for the Early Bird Price.


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