Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment, or present moment awareness. There is significant evidence linking it to decreased stress and anxiety, self-awareness and positive mental health.
What we Offer...
Roisín has been exploring and practicing mindfulness for a number of years. She has completed several courses in Mindfulness training and has attended numerous retreats. In 2015 she completed the .b training programme at the Sanctuary in Dublin and is now a qualified .b teacher with The Mindfulness in Schools Project. The .b curriculum teaches mindfulness in an engaging and interesting way, while also emphasising the experiential practices that young people can really benefit from.
Roisín is passionate about introducing teenagers to the practice of mindfulness and has had the opportunity to teach the programme to several adolescent groups. The .b programme is a fun, useful and engaging ten session mindfulness course for young people.
Mindfulness in School (.b Curriculum)
Roisín is available to deliver the .b programme to youth groups within schools, community groups, youth groups etc. For further information please contact us by phone or email.
Introduction to Mindfulness & Self Compassion
5 WEEK COURSE
Milford Presbyterian Church – Friday 10am-11am
- Starting Friday 14th October – Friday 11th November.
- Cost: €50 for 5 weeks.
- Booking essential, places are limited.
Rathmullan & District Resource Centre – Monday 6.30pm-7.30pm
- Starting Monday 17th October- Monday 21st November (No class Monday 31st October)
- Cost: €50 for 5 weeks.
- Booking is essential, places are limited.
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At its most basic level, mindfulness helps train your attention to be more aware of what is actually happening, rather than worrying about what has happened or might happen. When we are mindful we are aware, we notice what’s going on around us and inside us. We learn to bring greater curiosity to whatever it is we experience.
Through being mindful, we learn that small things can have a big effect. Becoming aware of our bodies, our emotional life, our communication with others, helps us to live a life that is more centred in loving kindness and self-compassion.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, the founding father of secular mindfulness, described this skill as ‘being alive and knowing it’.
During this 5 week course you will learn skills which support you to develop the quality of attention, and the capacity to come back, again and again, to the present moment with curiosity, compassion and kindness.
This awareness means we can respond more skilfully to whatever the present-moment throws at us. We develop a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us.