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These sessions replace the former Centering Prayer/Introduction to Meditation sessions. They will comprise input from various spiritual writers and traditions, a period of meditation, a sharing on the input to enrich each participant’s understanding and insight regarding the input and will end with prayers relevant to the input and to one’s daily life.Find out more »
Yoga classes Kilcoole Convent €110 for 10 weeks or €13 per session.
Hatha Yoga is the basis of all Yoga styles. Niamh’s classes vary dependent on who is there, and what particular issues present themselves at any given session, being tailored as much as possible to each individual. However, there will always be an emphasis on safety of the spine, and an aspect of core strengthening. Breathing and a little meditation are a regular part of all Niamh’s classes. These classes are suitable for all.
Booking in advance is essential- please call Niamh on 087 950-6923 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an enormously popular 5 week course. Bookings must be made in advance and a single "taster" session is only €15 - please contact Harry on 0872898073 or email email@example.com
"Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiological functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder."- Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, author of "The Healing Power of Sound: Recovery from life-threatening illness using sound, voice and music.
For most of the first Saturdays throughout the year (during term time), we gather to share a day together of extended mindfulness meditation practice, from 10.30 to 1.00. These sessions include quick walking, silent meditation, mindful walking and chanting. All are welcome. Please see the events calendar for dates.
Final Session: “Who do you say that I am?” Is Jesus still relevant for our time?
Searching for a Meaningful Faith in Today’s Society, the final talk in this series. These talks have been extremely popular so book early ?
‘Mindfulness is a source of happiness’ (Thich Nhat Hahn)
Through mindfulness we seek to live life more deeply, contentedly and peacefully. The practice of mindfulness – being aware and awake to the present, moment by moment – brings our body and mind into harmony as we perform our daily tasks and helps us to realise our oneness with everything/one around us.
In these three sessions Sean will explain and provide practice in mindfulness including some Yoga and T’ai Chi exercises.
Alan Lyons, psychologist, states in a recent issue of the Irish Times health section: To look after ourselves we need to look after our four dimensions: our spiritual, physical, mental and social/emotional wellbeing. Probably the dimension we neglect most is our spiritual. We need to search for that which nourishes us on our spiritual path – and what better way to do that than to search together! These sessions will involve some meditation, input and the search.Find out more »