Research Findings into MBSR & MBCT show that developing mindfulness can have a positive effect on:
The Monday night sessions are open for all and take place at 7pm. (NB* Sessions will resume Monday January 9th 2023 at 7pm)
Those who have completed MBSR or MBCT
The Tuesday night sessions are for those who have completed the MBSR or MBCT programmes and would like to continue to explore their experience in the present moment. The Tuesday night (7.30pm - 8.30pm) sessions offer a space to practice, to connect and build community and is led by our senior trainees.
Those who have completed the 8 week MSC course
This is a monthly drop-in for people who HAVE COMPLETED THE 8 WEEK MINDFUL SELF COMPASSION COURSE. In this drop-in we will revisit some of the practices from the MSC course and there will also be some optional space to share in small groups. This session is offered on a donation basis. Dates for Spring 2023 will be publsihed here soon.
"I just want to say a massive thank you for running the free mindfulness sessions. As a frontline worker the past few years have been hectic and taking those half hours out each week has been very beneficial to my own health and well-being."
"I am incorporating a daily mediation and I find I can befriend difficult aspacts of my life - I don’t like them, but I can befriend them"
"I wouldn’t be able to do the work if I didn’t have the support and guidance that you all have provided. Whether its Benny, Rachel, Erica, Collette, or any of you, you all bring something unique and yet the same to the meditations. The support of others being there and the support and warmth I have struggled to feel for myself which now seems to be finally rewiring itself into self compassion is just an amazing experience."
We are a team of qualified and experienced mindfulness teachers, all members of the professional body, the Mindfulness Teachers Association Ireland.
We believe in the power of mindfulness and compassion
-to change our relationship with ourselves
-to change our relationships with each other
-to help create a more compassionate, just society and
-to wake us up to the urgency of changing our relationship with the environment.