Weekly Mindfulness Practice

Learn and practice mindfulness techniques as part of each session. This is an open session  - you can join any of our weekly sessions.


Every Wednesday, 8 a.m..

Independent session per week


Shreya Agarwal & Komal Kaira 

from Unheard Sagas


INR 400 /session.

Book one session at a time.


Group sessions facilitated by 2 experienced psychologists, Shreya and Komal

  • You can join 1 or more of our weekly sessions of 1hr + 15min each

  • The sessions take place in a small group. People join by registering for each session separately.

  • The group provides a judgement-free and completely confidential space

  • Each session covers:

  • 15 mins of emotional check-in

  • 30 mins of mindfulness practice

  • 30 mins of discussion.

Why Mindfulness is important

All of us can benefit from mindfulness practices to deal with stressors, increase motivation, bring focus and eliminate dysfunctional patterns. 


Mindfulness is our ability to experience and respond to the real world as perceived through our 5 senses. It is the ability to be fully present on purpose and hold one's awareness non judgmentally to know ‘how things are’, “where they are” and “what they’re doing”


Mindfulness helps in bringing awareness to the patterns of thought, feelings, and body sensations helping you manage stress and overwhelming emotions. It can help understand ourselves better so that we can continue working towards a life we prefer. 


This is an essential first step in recognizing the need for corrective action.

Session Facilitators

Shreya Agarwal, MPhil, DU-TISS

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Shreya uses an integrative approach which is trauma informed deriving from narrative, cognitive-behavioural and analytical schools of psychology with emphasis on mind-body connection. 


As a student and practitioner of psychology Shreya aims is to empower the individual and reduce social exclusion from society. She believes therapy and counselling work is not about looking at different kinds of people, rather it is about looking at each individual differently in their contextual circumstances. 

Komal Kaira, MPhil, DU - TISS

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Komal uses a trauma informed lens which informs her integrative work influenced by Trauma theory, ACT, MBCT, humanistic approaches and narrative practices.


She believes that her clients are doing the best they can with the resources available to them. Hence, for Komal therapy is a collaborative space where she uses the strengths and abilities of her clients to help them through their mental health difficulties and aid psychological growth by increasing their resources.

Weekly Mindfulness Practice
Every Wednesday - 9pm