Half day workshop with Niamh Barrett in Dublin 2 Saturday 12th August 2017 FULL

Experiential workshop


Course Details

Course Information


The next half day workshop at the centre is with Dominic Cogan on Saturday 9th September 2017


This half day of mindfulness will be largely experiential and will involve a number of meditations including sitting, body scan and movement. 

This course is suitable for beginners to mindfulness.  If you are curious about mindfulness and would like to know more, these half days serve as an excellent introduction.

These days also provide an opportunity for experienced meditators and those who have completed courses to practice together with a group in a supportive environment.

 Everyone is welcome.


Niamh Barrett

Niamh Barrett began her training in teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in 2007 with a foundation year at the University of Bangor in North Wales, and completed her training with the Institute for Mindfulness-Based Approaches (Germany), graduating in 2010. Prior to this, her professional background was in documentary film and television production.

She began teaching the MBSR programme in 2010 in Kilkenny and Waterford and since 2013 has regularly facilitated this programme for the general public in Bray, Dunlaoghaire and Dublin 2. She delivers introductory workshops in mindfulness to addiction-treatment centres, charities, businesses and academic institutions which have included the Association of Guidance Counsellors, SHINE, Met Life, Intel, Google, Uversity and UCD. Niamh has been a committed mindfulness meditation practitioner for ten years and regularly attends silent retreats and further training, receives supervision while teaching and adheres to the Good Practice Guidelines as established by the UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers.

As the mother of a young child, she enjoys sharing mindfulness practice with others who are working or living with children and also offers workshops and short courses in mindfulness in parenting. She sees mindfulness practice as an accessible and radical path towards a life lived with awareness and compassion.