SUNDAY, April 1st from 10am-5:30pm

@ Sima Space in Downtown Berkeley

Part of a Series sponsored by the Inner Science Institute:


Do you struggle with your inner critic, perfectionism, self-judgment, guilt and shame?

This group is for you!

Research shows that mindful self-compassion increases well-being. In this weekend intensive, you will learn helpful ways cultivate mindful self-compassion.

An excellent compliment to trauma recovery and relationship difficulties, Berkeley Women’s Self-Compassion Daylong is a group for those who want to create a more compassionate environment internally and interpersonally. Groups will include principles and practices from psychology and spirituality that are based on the neuroscience of well-being.

Come join us in creating a community of compassionate women.

Let’s thrive together in our FREEDOM from negativity!

Reserve your space by clicking here.

Participants will learn:

  • three components of self-compassion
  • three ways to initiate self-compassion
  • the connection between self-compassion and mindfulness
  • neuroscience of emotional dysregulation and negativity bias
  • how to rewire your brain to entrain calm and positives states
  • formal and informal evidence-based practices to integrate mindfulness and self-compassion into your daily life


Modern scientific insights for the group are based on the work of Kristen Neff, Tara Brach, Janina Fisher, Daniel Siegel, Rick Hansen, and more.

Inner Science principles are based on the ancient wisdom traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism, including the contemporary applications of Mindfulness and Nondual Wisdom.

Learn this in a beautiful space!

Sima Space in Downtown Berkeley

Commit to your Self-Compassion, Book your Space!

Daylong Registration Fee: $130

Please pay through Paypal:


SPACE is LIMITED to 9 women so reserve your space ASAP. If you are ready to commit, you can pay by using this link below. If you still have questions, email or call 510-995-6499.


So, come together and experience Freedom beyond all your perceived limitations!