Mon, Sep 23|
Highbury Community House & Creche
Mindfulness and More for Mums
Invest in yourself and learn essential self-care strategies for mums such as mindfulness, gratitude and self-compassion
Time & Location
Sep 23, 2019, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Highbury Community House & Creche, 110 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead, Auckland 0626, New Zealand
About the Event
Let's be honest and real here: motherhood can be hard and stressful. Being a mum can be an all-encompassing and all-consuming journey. It's easy to get to a point where you feel drained and depleted. You are not alone and it doesn't have to be this way!Come and join this fun and interactive workshop with Clinical Psychologist, Dr Missy Wolfman, from EmpowerMums. We will cover 3 core skills for you to thrive in motherhood: mindfulness, self-compassion and gratitude. All the skills are practical and designed for busy mums in mind.Take the time to invest and nurture in yourself. Not only will you reap the rewards but your family will too.
This workshop is 2 hours long with a morning tea break. Tea, coffee and chocolate will be provided. It is a baby friendly event, and there will be a playmat and toys for the little ones. You will receive a handout summarising all the skills and strategies covered in the workshop.
Ticket is $25 each and you can buy it here:
Dr Missy Wolfman is a Clinical Psychologist and a mother of twin girls. She is passionate about supporting and teaching mums strategies and skills that will help them thrive in their mothering journey. She has taught mindfulness to kids, teenagers, and adults both individually and in groups. Missy is the founder of EmpowerMums - a business focused on supporting mum's mental wellness. Find her on facebook @EmpowerMumsNZ
EmpowerMums is all about empowering Mums like you and others in the community. For every ticket purchased, $5 will be donated to EmpowerMum's charity of the month. For this event, $5 of every ticket purchased will be donated to Bellyful. Bellyful deliver meals to families with newborn babies, and families with young children who are struggling with illness.