Discover the power of mindfulness in enhancing relationships. $89 for the 3-hour live and online workshop. Maximum of 20 people per course.
Let Go and Let Be
Explore the power of being present for both your own experience and being in the company of other people. Understand more fully what it is truly like to be heard and why we all need this.
Notice more fully the under-currents in our relationships; how often our words don’t match or can’t fully express what we are feeling. See how a greater awareness of our present moment feeling experience empowers us to make better choices and to be able to respond to challenging situations like conflicts with wisdom, including both asserting, being able to walk away and to set healthy boundaries.
Discover the tremendous freedom and joy that arises when we deepen into our experience and lessen off the need to fix ourselves or fix other people. Explore what it means to start from a place of genuine self-compassion.
What is covered in this workshop?
Learn what it means to be mindful in our relationships.
Understand how our own beliefs, habits and psychological patterns affect how we see ourselves and others.
Experience the freedom gained through increased self-awareness and how this improves effective communication in relationships.
Develop the power of attention and intention to support deeper, more meaningful, intimate and real relationships with significant people in your life.
Learn to trust your own experience more and when to set boundaries based on it.
Rediscover your innate ability to form a healthy relationship with both yourself and others.
This workshop is delivered live via Zoom. For confidentiality and safety reasons, the workshop is not recorded.
Facilitated by Glenda Irwin
This Mindfulness and Relationships Workshop was developed and is facilitated by Mindfulness Works lead trainer, Glenda Irwin in response to people’s requests for more mindfulness practices, especially those that are helpful in our day-to-day lives as well as the major life challenges we all encounter.
Glenda began teaching mindfulness to children in 2010 as a response to her own challenges as a parent. She trained with Amy Saltzman (USA ‘Still Quiet Place’) and went on to write many courses and parent/child mindfulness lessons. She is the creator of ‘Mindful Colouring for Kids’.
Glenda is trained in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and CFT (Compassion-Focussed Therapy). Glenda’s level of coaching qualification is that of Trainer Master Coach whereby she supports ANZCAL coaches to use mindfulness in theirs, and their clients’ response to change. Her principle teachers are Joseph Goldstein, Rick Hanson, Dr Paul Gilbert and her own son, Cameron Irwin. Glenda is a director of Mindfulness Matters — teaching mindfulness to organisations and the general public.
‘Ultimately, Mindfulness is the wisdom that affords choice.’
‘When I accept myself, I am freed from the burden of needing you to accept me.’ – Dr Steve Maraboli
Refund and Transfer Policy
- Full refunds are available up to one week before the workshop starts.
- Free transfers to other courses are available up to one week before the workshop starts.
- Full refunds are available if you attend this workshop and do not get benefit or value.
- For more details about our refund and transfer policy, please read our FAQ.
Who is it suitable for?
This course is suitable for people with some existing mindfulness or meditation experience.
About Mindfulness Works
Mindfulness Works is New Zealand’s largest mindfulness training organisation. Over 15,000 have completed the Mindfulness Works Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation course.
Mindfulness Works is committed to:
- Providing accessible and affordable mindfulness courses.
- Offering a diverse range of experienced and skilled mindfulness trainers.
- Providing courses in a practical format with exceptional supporting resources.
- Improving the mental health of all of us and fostering self-love in all.
- Supporting our facilitators with options for further professional development.