Date/time: This is a three-session live program on Monday 28th, Tues 29th, Weds 30th August, 9.30-11.30am.
Course venue: ONE Heart, 167, Geylang Road, S38924
As a teenager, what were the life-skills you wish you had been taught, in addition to all your school subjects?
These sessions are specifically designed to help teens develop their real inner skills that help them be:
- More effective at achieving their chosen goals
- Build confidence,
- Build resilience around stress and
- Increase their capacity for fun and enjoyment as they learn.
It is structured as a three-session course. Each session includes practical mindfulness exercises that help the children to experience and get better at the skills, not just learn about them intellectually.
The premise of the course is that all of these are learnable skills, rather than ones that you are either born with or not. Access to knowledge of these skills gives your teenager the chance to take greater benevolent control of her/his destiny
Session 1 – Monday 28th August , 9.30-11.30am:
Part 1 – How to focus your attention – In a world full of distractions, what are the ways in which you can focus properly, relax into one activity at a time, combing being calm stability while getting more of your chosen activity (Eg: Study) done?
Part 2 – How to think better – At school we are told what to think about and what information to memorize, but not how to think. This module looks at how to think effectively, think better, deal with mental overactivity and use your mind as a tool for creating a positive and enjoyable reality, even amidst challenges.
Session 2 – Tuesday 29th August , 9.30-11.30am:
Part 1 – How to regulate and even enjoy thrive off stress and anxiety – With so much pressure to fit in, so much information to process, so much choice and uncertainty round the future it can be difficult not to get stressed in a way that isn’t fun. Here we focus on how to meet and deal with stress in ways that helps us to keep calm, and use the stress as a stepping stone to thriving under pressure, rather than feeling overwhelmed.
Part 2 – Working with emotional intelligence – Emotions are non-rational, instinctive and free flowing. Learning to work with and feel comfortable with a range of emotions opens the door to enjoyment, pleasure and wellbeing in life. Yet often we find ourself fighting with emotions, and feeling oppressed by ‘negative’ ones. This session is on understanding emotions and feeling comfortable with them!
Session 3 – Wednesday 30th August , 9.30-11.30am:
Part 1 – Mindful relationship skills – How can we mindfully build healthy relationships, learn to build trust, and make good choices? This session looks at ways of being aware and paying attention that can help us get better at relationships and be confident in our interactions.
Part 2 – Self-esteem: Building a healthy self-concept – Your self-concept is your idea of who you are and what you are worthy of. Building good self-esteem is a main foundation for confidence, self-trust and enjoying who you are as you navigate the ups and downs of your life.
Program Facilitator: Toby Ouvry Previously a Buddhist monk and meditation and mindfulness teacher and trainer with over 25 years’ experience in the field. He is a father or two daughters (one a teen), entrepreneur and business owner. He has a passion for life-long learning and practical life-skill development through mindfulness.
For further details, or to book your place please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or text to +65 96750279.
The program fee:
For the three sessions: SGD$370
Per individual session: SGD$135
Payment: Payment can be made via PayNow on +65 96750279 or alternatively via bank transfer.
Alternatively, you can use PayPal using the following link for all 3 sessions