Self-Compassion at Work
about the program
Self-compassion at Work explores the (often harsh) attitudes with which we relate to ourselves. We’ll learn to identify the “Inner Critic” and explore how this critical voice influences how we relate to ourselves and others in everyday life and impedes connection, growth, and success. We’ll cover a range of mindfulness-based techniques for shifting this voice from self-judgment to self-kindness, allowing us to use our inner voice as a source of sustainable motivation and encouragement. You’ll come away from the workshop with evidence-based tools for gaining new perspective and cultivating greater curiosity, warmth, and kindness towards your world and your work.
meet your program leader
Nina Bryce is a mindfulness educator and wellness coach at the Center for Wellness & Health Promotion at Harvard University Health Services. She was a founding member on the design team of WholeSchool Mindfulness, an organization bringing mindfulness into K-12 and higher education settings, and has led teen and young adult mindfulness retreats with Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme) since 2014. Nina has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2008, having completed two 200-hour yoga teacher training programs, as well as supplementary teacher training in yoga for youth.
She completed her Mindfulness Teacher Training with Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme) and has completed the Koru Mindfulness certification. Nina earned her Master of Divinity (M. Div) in 2019 from Harvard Divinity School where she trained in facilitation of contemplative practices in both multi-faith and secular settings.
Nina’s approach to teaching mindfulness sits at the intersection of holistic wellness, spiritual care in secular settings, and intentional community building through contemplative practice
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