Sunday 13 December 2020.
From 10.00 to 16.30
Day of Nourishment "Cultivating peace, contentment and love"
For people who already practice mindfulness or yoga and for everyone looking for some peace and calm.
With Beate Trück.
Come and take a pause with us and resource yourself from within with mindfulness. More than ever is important to prioritize self-care in these turbulent times. Benefit from a day in stillness and calm where guided mindfulness practices will help your busy and possibly anxious mind to come to rest. In this day we will be focusing on grounding practices to quieten the mind and tap into the inner peace that is inherent within all of us. This day can be a powerful boost to your energy and to a sense of peace in the midst of the chaos. It will help you to see more clearly what you need to step out of the hamster wheel and to flourish in your life.
Maybe you have done a mindfulness course in the past or you already practice yoga or meditation on your own? It's not always easy to keep up a daily practice. Somehow, daily life takes over again and again and even though you know the value of mindfulness, you don't practise it as much as you'd like to.
A day of mindfulness allows you to take a deeper dive, so you can at the same time refresh and deepen your practice. This can help you reconnect with meditation, and boost your motivation to continue with it on a daily basis. You can also feel the benefit of meditating in a group (again).
We will practice a mix of different forms of meditation, mindful walking and stretching, to bring your mind at rest and to tune into what really matters to you.
The day will mostly take place in silence, with English instructions given by the teacher. We also encourage you to refrain from using your phone.
Feel free to check out our frenquently asked questions for further information on our courses.
Ideally, you already have some experience with mindfulness and/or yoga. If you are completely new to mindfulness or yoga, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Some benefits of a day of nourishment
- Feeling more rested, relaxed and calm.
- Improving your focus and concentration
- Gaining greater physical and psychological wellbeing.
- Having the opportunity to deepen your mindfulness practice.
- Finding a new sense of inner freedom.
- Being able to see more clearly what really matters to you.
- Easing the voice of the inner critic and developing a kinder, more compassionate mind
- Developing a sense of contentment and fulfilment
- Feeling connected with and supported by a group of like-minded people
The day will take place in "MM81", a beautiful and spacious Maison de maître between metro Merode and Montgomery on Avenue de Tervueren in Brussels. It also has a lovely garden with a pond. If the weather allows it we will do some outdoor practices in the beautiful garden.
Tea, coffee and snacks are available throughout the day.
Please bring your own lunch.
Covid 19 Precautions
To ensure your comfort during this event, we take measures following the guidelines concerning health standards:
- Small groups to allow enough space between participants during all activities.
- Amenities to wash and disinfect your hands regularly.
- The location is cleaned and ventilated several times a day.
- Possibility for outdoor meditations whenever the weather allows it.
- Please use your mask when circulating inside
- We encourage you to not participate should you have symptoms.
Arrival between 9.30 and 10.00
10.00 Introductions, mindful yoga and opening meditation
11.30 Tea break
11.45 Mindful walking and sitting meditation
13.00 Mindful lunch in silence
13.45 Outdoor session using all senses (if weather allows it), alternatively sitting and walking meditation
14.45 Tea break
15.00 Sitting meditation, gentle practices to end the silence and closing session
Beate Trück is founder of Brussels Mindfulness and an experienced mindfulness teacher. She has trained for MBSR at Arbor-Seminare in Germany and is also a positive neuroplasticity teacher authorised by Dr. Rick Hanson. She has given many retreats to an international audience over the past years and since a few years is also responsible for the 2-year mindfulness teacher training at Brussels Mindfulness.
In her retreats she likes to combine mindfulness and positive neuroplasticity meditations which have a very calming and uplifting effect. Participants like her warm and inclusive style and some of them come back regularly to her retreats.
Watch this free guided meditation on gratitude with Beate from a Facebook life event:
Day of Nourishment on Sunday 13 December 2020 with tea breaks included: € 95 (VAT included)
Please bring your own lunch and - if you wish - something to share with the group.
Please check our terms & conditions about cancellations and refunds.
Registrations will close on Satuday 12 December 2020 at 17.00 CET
Digital detox and silence
Throughout the day we will be practising digital detox to give our mind some rest. Please put your ohone in flight mode or do not bring it at all to not be tempted to check your messages.
Also, please make sure you inform your relatives that you won't be reachable during this day (except cases of emergency).
For most of the day we will be in silence to deepen a feeling of rest and peace while being connected with the group.
Please fill out the form below in order to register for the Day of Nourishment on Sunday 13 December 2020.
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If you want to discuss something directly with the teacher, you can Beate via email@example.com.
Many thanks for your registration and we are looking forward to finding a moment of nourishment together.