The Gift of Mindfulness is running a different kind of start to your Sunday with our Mindful Sunday Mornings created and facilitated by Counselling Psychologists Dr Richard Meacham and Dr Emer Sheahan. The mornings will be focused on learning about mindfulness, the benefits of mindfulness and how to begin to cultivate a foundation of mindfulness in your daily life. Our Mindful Sunday Mornings allow plenty of space for mindfulness practice, some gentle restorative yoga, and of course, some fine coffee (for those who indulge)
What you will learn: During the morning we will look at a variety of mindfulness practices that can help you be more present and aware of yourself and your surroundings. We will introduce some relevant theory of mindfulness in the hope of inspiring and informing your practice. During the morning we will focus largely on the practical element of mindfulness so that you can take away a lived experience of what mindfulness might do for you, or reinvigorate your practice for those who are returners. These mornings are a space for shared experience, so there is plenty of room for discussion, and questions and answers in the group, or if you prefer you can chat one-to-one with the facilitators at the end of the morning or during the coffee/tea/fresh air/toilet break.
Who is this course for: No past mindfulness experience is required for this course, so absolute beginners are more than welcome to the morning. If you are returning for a refresher training, then this is also the place for you. If you are a long-time practitioner, then this is a space for you to share your practice with a group. We are open to all.
Course Details: Our next Mindful Sunday Morning will take place in April (details to follow) on Sunday 9am to 1pm in the Psychological Society HQ, on the 2nd Floor of G Grantham House, Grantham Street, Dublin 2. Future Mornings will be run in May, June, July, September, October, November, December 2017
For those driving the is free parking on Grantham St. On a Sunday as far as we are aware.
For Luas, the Harcourt St. Stop is about a 2 min walk away.
For buses, a lot of buses go by stopping on Camden st or close by
Allow time for Sunday morning public transport schedule 🙂
Cost: The cost of the Mindfulness Sunday Mornings programme €40
For bookings and further information please call: 085-2311516 / 087-9976375 / 086-3402334
Check out our website at http://www.giftofmindfulness.com
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You can pay on the day as long as you have confirmed your place with us, as number are limited
Through email at: email@example.com
The Gift of Mindfulness is running a six week course created and facilitated by Counselling Psychologists Dr Richard Meacham and Dr Emer Sheahan. The course is focused on learning to cultivate mindfulness and reduce stress.
What you will learn: Over the 6 weeks you will learn a variety of mindfulness practices and techniques to help calm your mind, live more presently, and cultivate a more compassionate relationship towards yourself and others
Course Details: Our next 6 week course will take place from the 8th of February to 15th of March 2017 on Wednesday evenings 7.30pm to 9.15pm in Taney Parish Centre, Drundum, Dublin 14 (located just 3 minutes from the Dundrum Luas stop).
Cost: The cost of the 6 week course is €295
Special Offer: Sign up today and get 50% off when you bring a friend.
For bookings and further information please call: 085-2311516 / 087-9976375 / 086-3402334 or contact us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/giftofmindfulness or through email at:
We look forward to sharing the gift of mindfulness with you 🙂
This year we are starting our first course on the 8th of February, we are excited, a new year full of opportunities. We are running this course in a great space in Taney Parish Centre, tonnes of parking and 3 minutes walk from the Dundrum Luas stop and about 7 minutes walk from the Ballaly Luas stop. We are looking forward to meeting all those who have signed up already and as of today we still have a few spaces left.