Let’s gather in circle + in the flesh for MOSAICEYE’s first in-person event in over a year! REGISTER HERE.
Research has proven that self-compassion serves as a buffer not only to depression and anxiety, but also to dissatisfaction and stress during difficult transitions and situations. It’s also been shown that self-compassion is intrinsically motivating; self-kindness and mindfulness, which are important aspects of mindful self-compassion, promote proactivity and empowered action.
This workshop, facilitated by Chetna, leverages this evidence along with a disciplined practice toward self-care; sharing skills and tools to bring all this goodness more into your daily life, especially during collective times of uncertainty and crisis.
We’ll meet in-person each Saturday in June (the 5th, 12th, 19th + 26th) from 10am – 12pm (mountain time) @ SHYFT at Mile High (1401 Zuni St Suite 106, Denver, CO 80204)
This experience includes:
- 8 hours of interactive, informative and inspiring workshop
- Education on the psychology, motivation and impact of mindful compassion
- Creative guidance for expressive arts, play and connection
- Hands-on practice with useful tools
- Physical artistic resources for reference
- Art supplies for in-session activities
Tickets for all four workshops are offered on a sliding scale: $166 – $188*
*May the fee not hinder your participation. We have a number of partial scholarships available; if the sliding scale is not accessible to you and you’re committed to attending this series, reach out to us with what you can contribute and we’ll be in touch