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Sat, 28 Oct



3Rs of Compassion

Explore new ways to encounter the stories of your body thru your own breath and mending hands using breathwork and the art form of Kintsugi By Liverpool John Moores University

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3Rs of Compassion
3Rs of Compassion

Time & Location

28 Oct 2023, 10:00 – 16:00 UTC

Onchan, Corrin Court, Heywood Ave, Onchan, Isle of Man IM3 3AP, Isle of Man

About the event

This opportunity invites you to a series of creative and community-based sessions over two days - 27 and 28 October 2023. The sessions are creative ways to manifest and invite compassion into how we care or bring our loving energy and attention to our bodies - to respire, repair and respair. The first group of participants will be t (1) ‘Breathe for Health’, a chair-based breathwork training:

The timings for breathwork training sessions are as follows:

27 October 2023 (Friday)

  • 9.30-10.30
  • 11.00-12.00
  • 13.30-14.30
  • 16.00-17.00
(2) ‘Breathe New Life’, a Kintsugi-inspired Make-A-Mend workshop

The timings for the Make-a-Mend workshops are as follows:

28 October 2023 (Saturday)

  • 10.00-11.30
  • 14.30-16.00

There are limited spaces for each session. Please book early to secure your place. All sessions will take place at :

Sight Matters (Manx Blind Welfare Society)

Corrin Court, Heywood Ave

Onchan IM3 3AP, Isle of Man


This 2-day programme is initiated through a Compassion project funded by Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).

This project is a creative collaboration with Dr Judith Enriquez from the School of Education, Ceri Anwen Jones from the School of Nursing, Allied Health of LJMU and Dr Katy Roe, Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Manx Care.

We (Judith, Ceri and Katy) have connected more than two years ago with one united intention to create a space charged with compassion that can regenerate and restore our health, our communities and our Earth.

With the funding support from LJMU, this project is our first attempt to bring into being our intention on compassion. The project explores the experiences of those diagnosed with ME/CFS and long COVID by connecting with our bodies using our breath and hands. If you register for the above sessions, we will get in touch with more detailed information about the project and seek your consent to take part in it. Participation in our study is not a requirement to join any of the sessions. We welcome your presence in any way you would like to show up and engage with our collective intention around compassion.

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