Day of Practice with Fiona O’Donnell Sunday 22nd October in Co. Wicklow

A chance to practice in a supportive group environment


Course Details

Course Information

Day of Practice Sunday 22nd October  2017 

This day of practice  is open to anyone who has attended an 8 week course, please bring a yoga mat, and a blanket for your self.

Please bring a packed lunch:  tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided at the lunch break.

The day of practice will be in silence.  

Location:  Glenview Hotel, Co. Wicklow

No need to book, but if you do have an enquiry,  please email Fiona at 


Fiona O’Donnell

Fiona O’Donnell has completed a 3 year Master’s degree in Mindfulness Based Approaches at Bangor University, Wales. She has completed Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher Training Levels 1 & 2 at Bangor University and is a trained teacher in Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) with The Centre for Mindful Self Compassion, California. Fiona has attended training in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, Oxford University. She has also completed the .b with the Mindfulness in Schools Project (MISP) and has completed Positive Neuroplasticity Professional Training with Dr Rick Hanson.

Fiona has a Masters in Applied Social Research from Trinity College Dublin and a Bachelor of Social Science from Queen’s University Belfast.Fiona is a qualified Reflexologist (ITEC/AOR) and is trained in Occupational First Aider/CPR/AED. Fiona is currently training in Sensorymotor Psychotherapy with the Sensorymotor Institute (Somatic Psychology).

Fiona offers mindfulness courses to people with low mood and anxiety, young people in addiction, alcohol and drug dependency and specializes in mindfulness in the work place and mindful self compassion. Fiona adheres to the Irish Good Practice guidelines for Mindfulness Teachers and has participated in a number of intensive mindfulness retreats worldwide. Fiona is a Teacher Trainer on the Mindfulness Centre’s Professional Diploma in Mindfulness (MBSR).

Fiona’s previous work experience includes several years in Children’s Services in Dublin’s North West Inner City, prior to working for The Atlantic Philanthropies which developed strategies and funding for Children & Youth, Education and Mental Health throughout Ireland.