Singapore Mental Health Film Festival 2019 | WORKSHOP: Morning Flow + Meditation
Morning Flow + Meditation by Cheryl Tan — The Breathe Movement
Our body stores information from the life experiences that we gather from birth to present. We utilise movement to feel different sensations that arise from engaging various parts of our body, and tune in to the thoughts and emotions that come along naturally. In the seated practice, we will slow our pace down as we bring gentle but firm focus to the inhale and exhale breathing patterns; objectively watch the thoughts, sensations, and emotions that may arise during the practice.
This practice allows us to calm our thoughts and bodies, and helps us step away from the need to take flight, freeze or fight when we bump up against situations that may be triggering to us. We will be able to tune into our bodies on a much deeper level, and gain a higher level of self–awareness.
You do not need to be an experienced yoga or meditation practitioner to attend this class. You’ll just need to bring a curious, open mind to the class, and simply allow yourself to be present.
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About The Breathe Movement
The Breathe Movement is a a social organisation that seeks to increase the emotional and mental resiliency of individuals through the practice and philosophies of yoga.
Through the synchronization of breath, organic movement and creative expression, we want to inspire individuals to connect with their inner strength, confidence and ability to make healthy, sustainable life-choices.
We want to inspire humans to feel connected to their minds and bodies by utilising the immediate tool that all of humanity has – the breath.
About Cheryl Tan
Cheryl is an imperfect human with an infectious laugh. She has dedicated her life to uncover the dark and light within herself, constantly expanding her inner awareness to observe the intricate stories that surface with each layer. Infused with this work of conscious movement, meditation, writing and art, she has realised pathways for healing and self-transformation to occur. She has come from the advertising world where she was driven by educating the masses on brand stories, and has switched her focus to use raw human stories to inspire courage and love in the people around her.
Cheryl’s passion in social justice and mental illness awareness drive her to be of service to the Earth and her people. She is eternally grateful for her teachers who have taught her beautifully tough life lessons and to bring her practice off the mat and into the world - Scott Petrie, Seane Corn, Mary Taylor, Richard Freeman, her parents, and high school teachers.
Cheryl is the founder of The Breathe Movement, and the Festival Director of the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival 2019.
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- A fully refundable fee of $5 is charged for each workshop reservation.
- Upon arrival at the workshop, present the e-ticket to our friendly SMHFF staff. The refund will be processed electronically via Peatix
- In the event of a no-show, the ticket will be forfeited and not refundable.
- Registration closes 11:55pm on 17 February, 2019. Any cancellations must be made before this cut-off date and time.
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SMHFF is committed to providing an open and safe space where we welcome people of all genders, sexualities, orientations, and expressions to participate in empowering, non-judgemental and non-threatening discussions. This also means that we commit to respecting the privacy of others by maintaining confidentiality and allowing others to speak for themselves.
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The contents of the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival (“SMHFF”), such as film, panel discussions, workshops, and other material from the festival (“content”) are for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen, heard or read, during the festival.
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SMHFF is crafted by The Breathe Movement – a social enterprise that utilises the philosophies of yoga to enable individuals to reconnect to themselves.
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Sat Feb 23, 2019
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