Autumn 2018 Mindful Self Compassion Daylong Retreat at Gaia Wellness

Time to take care of yourself with a beautiful day of mindful self compassion practice in nature at Gaia Wellness Centre.

Are you a person who has an easier time taking care of others’ needs than your own? Do you have a strong inner critic? Do you have an intuitive sense that being kinder to yourself would serve you, but you are not sure where to begin?

After this daylong introductory retreat, you will walk away with some practices for befriending yourself and motivating yourself with kindness rather than punishment. You’ll participate in experiential exercises, and simple meditation practices while receiving a taste of the empirically supported Mindful Self-Compassion practices. No meditation experience required. All are welcome! 

This daylong Mindful Self Compassion practice retreat at the Gaia Wellness Centre (formerly Yoga Garden Retreat) in the beautiful surroundings of a private lake and the forests of Wakefield, Quebec, will strengthen core MSC practices for graduates of MSC courses, will introduce mindfulness practitioners to an experience of the MSC core meditations, and allow those with no mindfulness meditation or MSC experience an opportunity to gently experience the practices of mindful self compassion.

This retreat will take place on Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 9am to 4pm.  Cost will be $160pp and includes a delicious catered vegetarian lunch.

Click the link below to register for “Autumn 2018 Mindful Self Compassion Daylong Retreat at Gaia Wellness”.

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