Facilitated by: Shelley Secrett, RECE
Join this Community of Practice where we explore and reflect on all areas of self-care and personal wellness from the emotional, to the psychological, to the social, physical, and professional too.
Participants are introduced to a variety of practices and tools, hear from wellness professionals, and, together, cultivate a strong social support network.
This month, we are delighted to welcome RECE Shelley Secrett to present, An Evening of Mandalas – A Self-care Experience for Educators.
Mandalas, which simply mean, “circles” in ancient Sanskrit, are timeless and cross-cultural tools for peacefulness, self-awareness and belonging. In a relaxing, virtual gathering participants will understand the origin of mandalas and how they are used around the world both historically and presently. Together we will create a space to let go and live in the moment while honouring time for meaningful self-care. From the comfort of your own home, participants will collectively create mandalas and be treated to an evening that is authentically dedicated to their own health and well-being.
The success of a Community of Practice relies on shared reflection and the open exchange of ideas, experiences, and knowledge between members. Please come prepared to engage in meaningful conversation.
Please join us!
Shelley is a passionate Early Childhood Educator at Emmanuel at Brighton Child Care in Waterloo. She is also a pedagogical consultant at the Early Childhood Professional Resource Centre at Conestoga College. Shelley values bringing unique concepts into the classroom and environment to invoke open-mindedness and promote diversity and peacefulness. She is the owner of Secrett Events and it gives her energy to bring people together to share memorable experiences.
Wednesday, July 28
6:30 – 8:00 PM
** Access link and password will be emailed out prior to the event.
** Ticket Types are based on the County you WORK in