Tuesday, May 9th 2017
6pm – 8.30pm
338 Pitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Statistically Significant – Running life your way
We’ve never been busier and quite often we find ourselves on the ‘hamster wheel of life’, yet we want to be calm, relaxed, resilient, vital, confident and, most of all, happy. Following suit with last year’s event on becoming a ‘Chief Life Officer’, this year we will learn self-awareness and supportive actions for a sense of ease and well-being. Join us for a workshop led by mindfulness facilitator, Clarissa Hughes, on topics including:
- Knowing your drainers and sustainers – how to avoid exhaustion and being overwhelmed
- Learning to pace – breaking the cycle of doing too much and crashing as a consequence
- Staying flexible – learning about our tendencies to either resist or feel overwhelmed by things we don’t like
- The power of the breath – how we can use breath consciously to de-stress
6-6.30pm Welcome drinks / arrival
7.30-7.45pm Regroup & close
7.45pm-8.30pm Networking & drinks
Founder / Owner
Clarissa is an accredited Breathworks mindfulness trainer, facilitator, speaker and writer. She is the owner and founder of Nen Consulting that focuses on workplace wellness and mindfulness for chronic pain and illness relief.
She is an active writer on mindfulness and well-being and frequently pops up in publications and on radio and recently featured on the SBS. Based in Sydney, she runs courses, workshops and speaks at conferences on mindfulness in daily life as well the benefits of mindfulness within the corporate world.
Clarissa has had the honour and privilege of training with the Vidyamala Burch from Breathworks, with Dr Richard Miller in iRest Yoga Nidra and Simon Blow in TCM based Qi-Gong.
Clarissa holds a Ph.D in Sensory Perception and has a strong interest in how our environments effect the way we perceive the world. Prior to founding her company Clarissa spent 28 years working in major corporations in senior leadership insights positions across UK, Australia and Asia.
She loves working with people to help them find practical ways of incorporating mindfulness into their daily lives, leading to greater health and well-being. And, with her strong background in science, Clarissa loves that mindfulness has been proven to work scientifically.