NVM FOUNDER / MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION COACH
Helen Clare Rozario
Helen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Media Management. She went on to work in various dynamic industries including lifestyle, home and fashion, food and beverage, entertainment and events.
When she discovered the beneficial support of meditation, her life began to transform. Mindfulness & meditation helped Helen tremendously and it has been one of several vital steps in her journey of recovery from alcoholism, addiction and mental illness. She works a staunch program of recovery. She attributes recovery
alongside adopting a mindful way of being to saving her life and it has simply provided her a life she never knew existed; allowing her to maintain a more manageable and peaceful way of living.
Through a life-changing incident about six years ago, clarity and inspiration dawned upon Helen and she realised that she needed to do something more purposeful and the idea of Nirvana Mind was born.
She is a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (a.k.a MBSR) Teacher in training with University Of California San Diego’s Medical School’s Center for Mindfulness and serves as the Chief Mindfulness Officer at Nirvana Mind.
Nirvana Mind aims to create a consciously thriving, action- orientated community. It is a Mindfulness-Based ecosystem dedicated to supporting and providing the community with practical science and evidence based offerings through programs, talks, workshops and retreats.
In 2019, she acquired the licensing rights to SOULSCAPE; Singapore’s pioneer Yoga & Wellness Festival and an online media platform which began in 2013. The SOULSCAPE Experience will return with its mindful movement festival this year in October 2020. The community-driven festival will attract over a thousand participants with a collection of yoga and mindful movement classes, masterclasses led by industry experts, a speakers lounge, an entertainment line-up, a sustainable bazaar, a healing and wellbeing enclave and last but not least, its iconic sunset yoga.
Helen as been in a relationship with her husband Arron for 17 years and is a mother to a 2.5 year old toddler named Sophie Clare.
Helen wants to share the wholesome benefits of mindfulness & meditation, by making it achievable and accessible for everyone. Her primary purpose is to share her experience, strength and hope with others so that they may be guided to the tools and resources that can support them, especially those who are struggling and suffering.