Activities begin for International Women’s Health Day Mijas. Image – Mijas City Council
He Councilor for Equality and Diversity, Natalia Martínez, opened this morning at the Las Lagunas Theaterre the first workshop of “Practical psychology for life”.
The Councilor for Equality and Diversity, Natalia Martínez, has inaugurated this morning at the Las Lagunas Theater the first workshop on “Practical Psychology for Life”, which is part of the activities programmed by the area on the occasion of the celebration of International Day of Action for Women’s Health, which will be commemorated on Friday 28 May.
With the vocation of being a “quality of life” for its listeners, this workshop “invites us to learn to live our lives from a happier, more understanding and more hopeful place,” says the mayor of Equality, Natalia Martínez, who thanked the speaker, “take the psychology out of the offices and bring it closer to families, couples, schools … in short, bring humanistic psychology closer to normal people”.
The workshop was taught by clinical psychologist Carlos Odriozola, who turns his 40 years of experience into training that “is not included in the books or taught at the University, it is a consequence of this clinical experience.”
“After dinner” topics such as love, fear, guilt, happiness, or freedom are part of this psychology “absolutely applicable to day-to-day life, to any family, personal, or interpersonal circumstance”.
The second part of this workshop will take place this Tuesday, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Lagunas Theater.
In addition to the practical psychology workshop, the week “Body, mind and soul” includes two other workshops: “Conscious and healthy eating”, by Dr. María Jesús Alférez, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Casa of the Culture of Las Lagunas; and “Relax, Breathe, Silence,” by certified Feldenkrais and Mindfulness teacher Stella Marcos, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Casa de la Cultura in Las Lagunas.
Finally, the week of events will culminate this Friday, International Day of Action for Women’s Health, with a program that will begin at 10 a.m. with a healthy walk along the coastal path. At 11 a.m. there will be a Pilates session offered by Juana Bueno and at 11:30 a.m. a Pole Dance performance by Carmen Medina is scheduled. All these activities have as their epicenter the Torre de La Cala and will have a transport service from Mijas Pueblo and Las Lagunas.
From the area of Equality and Diversity, they highlight the good reception of the workshops, whose squares were sold out in a few days, and encourage all residents to join the healthy walk in what will be “a morning of coexistence “.
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