About Erin Lee
Erin Lee is Founder and Mindfulness Coach of Mindful Moments Singapore. She is a mindfulness practitioner and advocate of mindfulness as a way of life. It is her personal vision to help more and more people learn mindfulness skills and incorporate mindfulness practice into their daily lives to improve their well-being.
Erin is a Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher as recognized by the Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) Center for Mindfulness. Erin has completed the UCSD School of Medicine's Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training Intensive as well as Advanced Teacher Training Intensive for MBSR and MBCT Teachers in California. Erin is trained to teach the .b mindfulness program to teenagers and young adults as recognized by the Mindfulness in Schools Project. Erin holds a Master of Science in Studies in Mindfulness with the University of Aberdeen, UK. She is a Professional Certified Stress Management Consultant as recognized by the Institute of Motivational Living.
Erin conducts mindfulness training for corporate clients and organizations in both English and Chinese, and is also an experienced polytechnic lecturer.
Learning Mindfulness with Erin
To Erin, learning mindfulness is not about gaining intellectual knowledge, but giving ourselves permission to undergo a lifelong journey of understanding our body, our mind and our place in the world, through the direct experience of self-observation. The more we learn to observe everything in a calm and quiet state of mind, the more positive change we will notice about ourselves.
You can expect a mindfulness session with Erin to be highly experiential, engaging participants in authentic practice, personal reflections, and group discussions that offer valuable insights into the common grounds of humanity.
Connect with Erin, because she would love to practice mindfulness with you.
About Mindful Moments
Mindful Moments was set up to encourage mindfulness as the way of life; we believe that everyone should benefit from mindfulness and we hope to make the practice of mindfulness easily accessible to more and more people through the programs and coaching we offer. We advocate that mindfulness should be learned not as a technique but as a life skill, and practiced not as a quick fix but as a way of life.
Find Us On:
Copyright © Light On Life (SP) 2019