Join self-care/mental health advocate and founder of Bliss Your Heart, Dora Kamau, for an intimate self-care and mental health workshop, that will have you out of your head and into your heart. This 2.5 hour workshop is designed to explore the silence and stigma that surrounds mental health, what we can do to protect our psyche and the importance of self-care in our daily lives.
When: December 8, 2018
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm | 102-1500 Howe St, Vancouver BC
Guests can expect:
- Guided meditation and breathwork to disarm our fight or flight, and help us ground into the space.
- Facilitated group discussion and activities
- An open and raw dialogue about mental health, and how we can use self-care as a way to protect our mental health and well-being.
- A chance to win door prize giveaways from The Practice Studios, Henna by Chloe Hua, Blume and more to be announced.
- Journal and pen
- An open mind and open heart
This event has been designed with women of color in mind but is open to all self-identifying women (LGBTQ and trans-friendly)
This event is sponsored by The Practice Studios and Fresh Prep.
We would also like to acknowledge the land that this event is taking place in Vancouver on unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish),Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
Bliss Your Heart is an in-person and online platform that focuses on promoting self-care, self-love and mental health through monthly workshops and events. It affirms the power of connection and conversations and strives to unpack areas of sensitivity through up-lifting and raw discussions. Bliss Your Heart intends to equip women with a better understanding of their inner world, in order to navigate the outer world -- with a sense of balance and heightened awareness.
Dora Kamau is a mental health visionary and self-care advocate. As the founder of Bliss Your Heart, an in-person and online platform, Dora creates and holds space for women to be empowered, to be heard and to be seen through honest, no fluff and zero filter conversations. After a near death experience at birth and overcoming a series of unfortunate events in her teenage years, Dora used her shortcomings as a catalyst for growth into the multifaceted woman she is today. Her curiosity and appreciation for life have gained her a toolbox full of knowledge, and years' worth of advice which she uses to support and help other women on their journeys of self-discovery. Aside from being a student of life, Dora also holds a BA in Psychology, with a specialization in adolescent psychology and is currently working to complete her BSc. in Psychiatric Nursing.