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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.
There’s no better way to relax the body and mind than escaping from reality for a few hours and pampering yourself with luxury treatment at heather and Earth Spa in Ballinasloe’s Shearwater Hotel.
ANU is a company promoting the development of a new healthcare approach in Ireland, with an emphasis on positive health and wellbeing.
Anu is a company promoting the development of a new healthcare approach in Ireland, with an emphasis on positive health and wellbeing.
ADHD is a behavioural disorder associated with cognitive impairments and brain alterations, both structural and functional. Increased rates of co-morbid psychiatric symptoms and secondary impairments such as work or relationship difficulties are commonly reported in ADHD. Cognitive deficits in executive functioning, including attention, working memory, and inhibition have been widely noted, as have difficulties in arousal, motivation, and emotional regulation (self-regulation impairments).
A Mayo nutritionist will reveal the secrets to postponing the ageing process when she appears at Ireland’s biggest wellbeing event, the Mind, Body, Spirit and Yoga Festival in the RDS, Dublin, from tomorrow, October 24, to Sunday October 26. Colleen Kennedy promises to grab the attention of all those who wish to defy getting older when she gives a talk at the festival about ageing at a cellular level. The Westport herbalist and naturopath, who runs the Body and Mind Health Centre in the town, has based her presentation on countries which have the highest number of centenarians with a high quality of life.
Amber stays true to its motto of ‘Definitely something different’, providing customers not only with the self-healing and meditation tools such as singing bowls, crystals, and salt lamps, but also offering expert advice.
NUI Galway will host a conference on October 9-10 bringing together mindfulness visionaries, higher education leaders and University staff and students to share the evidence-based impact of mindfulness on performance, well-being, entrepreneurship and society.
The next eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction course will run in the Salthill Hotel on Tuesday evenings from September 15.
Dr Rick Hanson, an eminent neuropsychologist, in his book entitled Hardwiring the Brain for Happiness, states that mindfulness training that enhances our abilities to stay with our present moment experience, with an open attitude of acceptance, is in itself not enough. He says that the evolved brain has a negativity bias that makes it like Velcro for bad experience. Therefore we need to build onto our mindfulness training inner strengths from positive mental states, such as compassion and gratitude. Experiential training in developing these positive mental states enables us to meet three of our essential needs, for safety, satisfaction, and connection.