Introductory Workshop in Lusk Community Cultural Centre
Thursday 13th July 6.30-9.30pm
Facilitated by Anne Kirwan
You are invited to explore the powerful roles that mindfulness and compassion can play in all aspects of our lives during the upcoming workshop.
Most of us have experienced many life changes in recent years which continues to challenge us as we recover and regenerate post pandemic.
The good news is mindfulness and compassion are two proven practices we can always rely on to help us through difficult times and strengthen our resilience.
This workshop is an opportunity to explore Mindfulness and Compassion as supportive somatic, psychological and emotional resourcing practices.
The aim of the workshop will be to ‘dip a toe in the water’ and to offer experiential mindful and compassionate ‘mini-practices’ helpful in reducing stress, and giving yourself the gift of self-compassion, rest, ease, learning, connection, and support in community together for the evening. No experience of Mindfulness necessary. All are welcome!
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About the Facilitator: Anne Kirwan
• Owner/Manager of Ashe House, Centre for MindBody Integration
• Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach
• Certified MBSR Teacher with the Institute for Mindfulness Approaches, Germany.
• Certified Teacher, Mindful Self Compassion, UC San Diego CFM Mindfulness-Based Professional Institute and Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP) Bangor University
• Trained Teacher endorsed to teach Positive Neuroplasticity (PNT) developed by Dr Rick Hanson
• Certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist (CSP) with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, Boulder, Colorado