ABOUT THIS EVENT
Mindfulness brings you greater awareness in the present moment, allowing you to stay focused and relaxed at the same time. You feel grounded, centred and calm, less anxious, avoidant or caught in worrisome thoughts.
Being present and relaxed reveals options to you that you may miss when you are tense and your attention is scattered. This gives you the ability to make wiser choices, especially when under pressure.
Having the ability to stabilise attention allows you to enjoy more clarity and creativity, which you can bring into your workplace amongst other areas of your life. Our ingenuity is endless and often we hold the key to removing obstacles and solving problems, which we may be unaware of. Mindfulness helps us remove these blocks.
Mindfulness also improves your ability to relate and empathise with others, creating a variety of options towards engaging in better communication, leadership and teamwork.
Give yourself an edge, develop switched-on mindfulness skills to see and respond with heightened awareness to address what’s been holding back your performance or your ability to effectively solve problems.
Join us for a 2.5hr Masterclass on Mindfulness in the Workplace. You will gain an understanding of many mindfulness practices and bring these benefits into your work life:
- Improved decision making
- Enhanced creativity and innovation
- Greater focus and clarity
- Increased resilience
- Buoyant wellbeing, just to name a few…
You will be guided through a variety of non-belief-based mindfulness techniques and tips and supported in creating and sustaining an ongoing individual practice.
OTHER INFORMATION & BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
PRICE & TIMING
Location: 64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
Phone: 0418 229 662
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Dakini Brooke Williams worked as a Change Management consultant in various corporate business sectors across Australia for many years. In 2012 she was a founding director of the not-for-profit organisation The Vishrant Buddhist Society and became an ordained Minister for the society in 2015.
Her business acumen has supported the society to develop Restful Waters, a public centre for helping people to raise their consciousness. Dakini studied with the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors and completed her Diploma of Counselling. In addition to her professional studies, Dakini has also undertaken 7 years of personal Buddhist psychotherapy training and group work. Dakini is an accredited counsellor who draws on a variety of supportive skill sets including; Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Mindfulness Training.
Dakini uses a transparent style of counselling and her approach shows the importance of the unconscious and past experience in shaping current behaviour. This encourages clients to actively engage in deciding the direction of the work through enquiry and open discussion.
She works collaboratively with clients to assist in clarifying issues, development of skillful means and provides a supportive environment to explore, examine and resolve arising issues being faced in life. Her approach is respectful, insightful and demonstrates genuine care for others.
Dakini is an experienced counsellor who specialises in:
* Relationship Counselling
* Communication Issues and Conflict Resolution
* Grief & Loss Counselling
* Stress and Anger Management
* Anxiety and Depression
* Self Esteem Counselling
* Childhood Trauma Counselling
* Childhood Attachment Disruptions
* Adolescent Counselling
* Post-Traumatic Stress
* Personal Development
* Mindfulness Therapy & Meditation Practice
* Group Counselling Facilitation
* HBDI Practitioner & Group Facilitator
It is with deep reverence that Dakini performs her work, as she understands and appreciates the journey of facing ourselves. Dakini is also an accredited HBDI (Hermann Whole Brain Dominance) Practitioner since 2010. The HBDI is a profiling tool used by individuals, couples and teams to help identify people’s thinking preferences. When we understand how others and ourselves prefer to think we are better equipped to improve our communication, decision-making and problem-solving abilities. In developing an awareness of our various thinking preferences a greater acceptance of others and ourselves begins to emerge and assists in the resolution of conflicts.
The joy of Dakini’s life is helping others; her time and efforts are given to the Vishrant Buddhist Society and other community projects. She also loves to cook, play with the animals, while supporting and loving her family and community members. Heading out into nature is a calling for Dakini, she loves to go walking, hiking and camping, along with going to the movies or theatre events. All of these bring a big smile to her face and heart.
Tosh is a dedicated practitioner of mindfulness and meditation. Realising the benefits of being in touch with inner stillness and silence, he loves to share his passion for meditation with others. He is devoted to living a life of service.
Tosh is a mathematics and physics teacher who has found mindfulness to be an invaluable part of his life. He has completed the Mindfulness Training course at Restful Waters and is currently training to become a mindfulness teacher for school children.