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Fri, May 26


Darling Same Young | 大人山養

Breathe, Write, & Nourish

A Meditation and Writing Workshop Honoring Mothers

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Breathe, Write, & Nourish
Breathe, Write, & Nourish

Time & Location

May 26, 2023, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM GMT+8

Darling Same Young | 大人山養, 磺溪街50巷11號, Shilin District, Taiwan

About the Workshop

Workshop Overview

Motherwork is constant, exhilarating, tiring, and deeply meaningful.  What are some ways our roles as caretakers can nourish our entire, whole selves?  Join Jessica and brenda in this month that honors mothers for a workshop blending mindfulness practices, guided imagery and creative writing & drawing exercises in a safe, beautiful space that will allow you to hold the motherwork you do in a new regard. This intimate 2-hour workshop will be held in English and a vegetarian lunch will be included.  Space is limited. Register now!

Workshop Details

May 26, 2023 Friday 

10:00 am - 12:00 pm  Workshop 

12:00 - 1:00 pm Vegetarian Lunch

Darling Same Young (大人山養)

Your Facilitators

Jessica Kay Lee is a 300H certified meditation coach with a Mind-Body & Spiritual Psychology Masters and Maternal Wellbeing Advanced Certification from Columbia University. As a global citizen and Asian American, Jessica combines her Eastern roots and Western academic training to offer culturally-sensitive meditation programs for individuals and groups. As a modern woman and a mother, she implements a feminine and intuitive approach in her healing and teachings. As a fellow human being living in today’s fast-paced world, she loves sharing wellness tips and resources that have not only supported her on her own journey, but that which have been backed by science & ancient spiritual wisdom. She currently offers 1:1 meditation coaching, meditation circles, seasonal workshops with awesome co-facilitators such as brenda, and psychoeducational resources. Connect with her at   

brenda Lin’s first book, Wealth Ribbon: Taiwan Bound, America Bound, is a collection of interconnected personal essays about family and cultural identity.  Her writing has appeared in Fourth Genre and WSQ.  Her recent work, on the intersection between text and textile, appeared in Sotheby’s and TextileXchange.  brenda is a high school creative writing teacher and has also designed and led several writing workshops for adults.  She loves creating spaces and opportunities for people to connect with themselves through writing. Follow her on Instagram @hopethatyoucanwear. 

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