Developing Self Care


10 AM – 4.30 PM



Nature has equipped our human body with an amazing set of resources for self-healing. Yet it is our responsibility to develop self-attunement, listen to our organism and live mindfully to facilitate this process. With their strong focus on prevention and self-care, the thousand-year old practices of Ayurveda and Buddhist meditation can help us strengthen our caring system. Modern neuroscience has already validated most of their insights.

As a follow-up of our first workshop dedicated to Ayurveda and méditation between East ad West, this new training is a chance to learn more about how Ayurveda and meditation can improve our body-mind balance and, as a result, our wellbeing, with insights from Eastern philosophies and Western neuroscience.

Join this new experiential workshop featuring inspiring talks, practical exercises and resource sharing. Learn how to choose food as your first medicine and how to tap into the self-healing mechanisms connected to your internal caring system through contemplative practices from the Buddhist tradition.

You can chose to join us for the entire day or to attend the modules according to your interests


10-10.30: Mindful breathing and the caring system

10.30-13 : Food as preventive medicine: Ayurvedic self treatments against winter ailments.

13-14: Ayurvedic lunch (optional)

14.30-16.30: The caring mind: contemplative practices to enhance your caring system

This workshop is co-hosted by Ayurvedagantha – Clara Campanelli, Ayurvedic Practitioner and The Mind Square – Mirko Coleschi, Contemplative Counsellor.

Participation fees:

70 EUR/ entire day (teachings + Ayurvedic lunch)

35 EUR/ single modules

lunch solo: 15 EUR

Few spots available (max 12 persons, to allow an authentic and enriching experience)

Info & enrolments: be@themindsquare / 0471 29313