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There are currently hundreds of mindfulness courses and workshops available up and down the country. But it is worth asking whether they are all the same and of similar quality. Dominic Cogan unpacks the meaning of mindfulness.
It’s the new year and the time when a lot of us are eager to set new goals for ourselves whether it is to lose weight, become fit again, or perhaps to get more enjoyment out of life. Many sign up for gym memberships or join a sports club to overcome that sluggish feeling that seems to develop as a result of the winter weather or maybe a bit of over-indulgence over the Christmas holidays. It can also be a time when people are willing to try out new approaches such as mindfulness to help with stress or chronic pain.
Social Art Ireland believes creativity is an essential part of the human experience; therefore we promote the use of Artistic creativity for personal development and mental health. We facilitate programs that are designed for the specific needs of the people within the educational system, community, nursing homes, and work place.
BodyMind Balancing is a comprehensive, holistic, treatment which combines aspects of Chinese medicine, kinesiology and hatha yoga. It is a simple, safe, non-invasive technique which treats ’disease’ on all levels by re-establishing communications between the systems within the body and mind, restoring equilibrium, and promoting good health.
Holistic wellness coach Sharon Fitzmaurice will run a one day workshop in The McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, in aid of Aware on Saturday April 2.
There will be a day-long introduction to mindfulness in Esker Retreat Centre in Athenry on Saturday January 23, and on February 13. This is your opportunity to learn about a practice that can help you manage stress, handle thoughts better, and live your life more fully.
Children from Northampton National School in Kinvara took part in a Well-being Day last Friday. With the support of funds from the European Erasmus Plus programme, children were able to experience activities delivered by experts in key areas of well-being and mindfulness.
Esker Retreat House in Athenry will host a day-long introduction to mindfulness on Saturday November 21 and again on Saturday December 5, just in time to get you ready for a relaxed and peaceful Christmas
Teresa Curley is a highly qualified therapist/practitioner who has recently opened a new practice within the Leisureland complex. Ms Curley specialises in weight loss and obesity, while reflexology, massage, and meditation are also available at the treatment rooms.
NUI Galway will host two mindfulness-based events this November following the very successful Mindful Way Conference hosted on campus on the 9-10 October 2015. These events are the next steps towards integrating mindfulness into the University’s culture.