Teacher: Fleur Chambers (Harvesting Happiness)
A 4 week course designed to help you thrive amidst the busyness of modern life
As mothers, we all want to feel less busy and distracted and more calm in stressful situations. We all share a natural desire to feel more genuine connection, compassion and gratitude. Often the busyness of life makes these things feel just out of our reach. This can lead to feelings of guilt and frustration, and us wondering if we are a good mother.
Regardless of your life circumstances, family composition or the age of your children, bringing a mindful attitude to your role as a mother will benefit you and your family.
Join us for a nurturing yet practical mindfulness course designed to address the challenges of being a present mum in this busy world of ours. You will learn to relax your body and mind, to respond rather than react in challenging situations and also how to really take care of yourself through your biggest journey of all, motherhood.
Week One: Understanding mindfulness and meditation in the context of motherhood
Week Two: Motherhood and stress, understanding your triggers and learning to respond rather than react
Week Three: Cultivating self compassion and connection, exploring how these inner resources increase well-being and happiness
Week Four: Growing gratitude within you and your family. During this final session we will also explore ways you may bring mindfulness into your family life.
After completing this course, participants will receive access to the Harvesting Happiness online Modern Mindfulness for Mothers course through weekly meditations delivered straight to your inbox.
Course date/time: Thursdays 7pm-9pm (x 4 weeks commencing 15th May)
Fleur is the Founder of Harvesting Happiness, a certified Mindfulness and Meditation teacher and a member of Meditation Australia. Fleur's style is nurturing yet practical, evidence-based and guided by a belief that we all have an inner wisdom that if tapped into, can lead to greater well-being and happiness. Fleur is a wife and mother of three boys.