Our level of compassion affects how kind we are to ourselves and how kind we are to others;
it’s a soothing balm to our individual and collective suffering; teachers from the Dalai Lama, Einstein and Mother Theresa to modern day scientists and researchers have revealed the significance
of self-compassion on our mental, physical and emotional health.
In this workshop, we’ll take the time to learn more about how compassion affects us internally and externally, we’ll learn a few potent and practical tools to cultivate compassion, and most importantly, we’ll practice with ourselves and others.
Sixth Street Community Center
638 E 6th St.
New York, NY 10009
The workshop agenda is:
Sharing intentions of this workshop
Check-ins and introductions in circle
Education on the scientific benefits of self-compassion
Practical tools to take away with you to cultivate compassion daily
Guided prompts to strengthen the compassionate voice within
Experiential activities to safely release ego and connect with others
Group discussion and close
Bring if you can:
This workshop is open to self-identified women.
(on sale until Monday, 8/26 @ noon)
Chetna is a mixed media artist and creative wellness consultant. She's passionate about the power and healing of creative expression. Themes in her art, study and life include psychological reflection, affirmations, shadows, self-care and self-empowerment, motivation, collective consciousness and oneness with Mother Earth.
She has a Master's in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley. She's facilitated creative workshops in varied settings from academic contexts with adolescents and young adults, and with multi-generational and multicultural adults in intimate retreats . She specializes in using and teaching creativity as a pathway for healing, empowerment and community-strengthening.