7:30PM - 8:30PM
8 MAR, MON
ABOUT THE EVENT
How does it look like to have a positive relationship with your body?
The human body is continuously under scrutiny by the media, in our social world, and often from within ourselves.
Mainstream media often portrays a socially-accepted hierarchy of celebrated body shapes. Our perception of how we compare to these ideals can often influence our relationship with our own body – sometimes with unhelpful or unhealthy results.
In this session, we will share how positive psychology research can be used to reconsider your relationship with your body. Learn a range of strategies that can help to connect you with your body.
Rediscover new ways to enjoy your body and methods to help others to embrace theirs!
This class is recommended for those who want to feel better in their bodies, those who would like to wholly embrace their appearance, and body practitioners looking for effective ways to encourage deeper body positivity.
In this session, you will:
Recognise the value of your body and every body
Adopt body-positive practices in your daily life
Be a positive-body role model for others
Get certified and
accelerate your growth
With an addition of just $15, you will be awarded with a Certificate of Participation at the end of the course.
With a certificate, you can:
Enhance your professional credibility
Reward yourself for your commitment
Get more networking opportunities
Become a better mentor
Meet your trainer
Tara lives, loves and teaches the science and practice of positive psychology and wellbeing. A certified adult educator and well-being coach, Tara holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology and MSc in Positive Psychology. Her professional background spreads almost 20 years in Training and Development, Human Resources Management and as a Lecturer.
She is a passionate advocate for positive psychological health and uses scientific research to underpin all of her work. As an educator, Tara brings the latest research to life in practical and experiential ways to support individuals and organisations to thrive. She uses design thinking methodology, ensuring that all of her sessions are learner-centred and tailored to meet the unique needs of the participants.
She creates a safe and inspiring learning environment, where she encourages learners to challenge themselves, to critically examine the material, to synthesise ideas for their own context, and create new levels of understanding and growth.
Programme Leader, Positive Psychology Trainer & Practitioner
Perks of online events
Upgrade yourself in the comfort of your own home
Interact directly with trainers and participants
Small, limited class size for maximum engagement
Learn new skills adaptable to both home and work
Live Q&A Session with the trainer after the session