In this 60 minute session, Michael Bartura will provide an inspiring event relevant to the occasion through an online presentation and a Q&A session.
He will explore how Gratefulness is ‘made’
- What is gratitude? How does it show up in our lives and how does it add value and pleasure.
- Its connection to a mindfulness practice – day to day – and how you can create a gratitude practice.
- Positive neuroplasticity – The science behind building trust, kindness, gratitude.
PLEASE DRESS THE TOP PART OF YOUR BODY!
We understand that during COVID dressing for the day no longer applies, but, with that being said, we would love to see your face during this online event as breakout rooms will be utilised for individual reflection and work.
- Understand the role and sequence of positive emotions.
- Insight into how the mind work and how our thoughts are the building blocks of our experience (really, our reality) – so in the context of appreciating life, how the practice of gratitude makes for a happier daily experience.
- How to apply this understanding on a daily basis.
ABOUT MICHAEL BARTURA
Michael has been involved in lifestyle education, health & wellness promotion, training and organisational development since the mid-Eighties. With decades of management experience across sectors in four continents, Michael brings to the table a well-refined cross-cultural mentoring capacity and a managerial acumen amassed in both not-for-profit and business contexts.
He has extensive experience in Mindfulness practices and delivers insightful and engaging training seminars and group-work through nondenominational science-based methodologies.
In earlier years, Michael worked as a therapist and a trainer in clinics and centres in Australia, the UK, the US, and Canada. Later, he undertook senior managerial roles in international businesses and charities.
He now runs his own coaching practice based on Mindfulness-based Leadership and Positive Neuroplasticity to work with individuals, organisations, and Startups.
He is a member of the core faculty of the School of Life in Melbourne and the development team for the new Ripple Affect Institute.
In addition to being a Hatha Yoga teacher as recognised by Yoga Australia, Angela is also a student, studying Mindfulness and Resilience to Stress in the Workplace through the University of California at Berkeley.