A Free workshop organized by a group of international students and professionals, will be held on September 21, 2016 at the University of Auckland city campus, providing international students with practical tips and tools to help improve their physical and mental well being. The the aim of International Students Empowerment Workshop (ISEW) is to connect and empower international students to face challenges and difficulties with a positive mind and an enthusiasm to win. At that evening will also see an immigration advisor provide guidance to international students.
Any students enrolled in any colleges or universities can attend this meeting without any fee
As per latest statistics, media and just word of mouth, international students face additional stress and challenges adjusting to their life in a new country. Cases of stress, depression and even suicide during their early days, are not unheard of during this settlement process in the new cultural and academic environment in New Zealand.
To be held on September 21, 2016 from 6 pm onwards, this free workshop facilitated by experts can help students transform their life. It can help them increase their ability to deal with challenges by providing them with some tools and techniques including some powerful breathing exercises to tap the vast untapped possibilities. It will help discover the power to create a joyous life, the confidence to stretch and grow beyond limiting beliefs and the ability to lead a deep fulfilling life.
What do you get from these workshops?
∙ A scientifically proven breathing and meditation technique
∙ Practical tips and tools to help improve physical and mental wellbeing
∙ Techniques for improved focus and concentration
∙ Immense inner strength and an unshakable confidence in yourself
∙ New outlook on day to day problems
∙ And a smile that never fades!
To register for the workshop, visit the website – www.isewblog.wordpress.com , visit the FB page to meet the facilitators – @ISEWorkshop and contact Seema – 021 733 970 for more information
Time: 6 pm to 8 pm
Venue: Room no. 423-340, 22 Symonds Street, University of Auckland