Killarney Intro EVENING course
Details of the next Introduction to Mindfulness course are below:
Dates: Monday 7th October to Monday 11th November (no session on Bank Holiday Monday 28th Sept)
Times: 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Venue: John Paul II Pastoral Centre, Rock Road, Killarney
Cost: € 90
To secure your place, please send a deposit of €30 using STRIPE, the secure payment system by following the link below. All you will need are your credit card details. A receipt will be issued to you and your card details will not be stored. Alternatively, you may forward a cheque to Susan Barrett, Camp, Tralee, Co. Kerry.
I’d be happy to chat to you if you have any queries about the course so please feel free to contact me on 087 2838171 or by emailing here.
Next course in Tralee
I hope to offer an Introduction to Mindfulness course in Tralee at some stage during the Winter. Please drop me a line here to express your interest in this course.
Next course in Listowel
I hope to offer an introductory course in Listowel during the winter months. Specific dates will be available soon.
However in the meantime, please feel free to drop me a line here expressing your interest in the course and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
What to expect on this course:
Introductory courses provide an opportunity to learn about Mindfulness in a relaxed and supported way....classes run for one session per week for an hour and a half for 5 weeks. Each session is practical with a focus on developing your own mindfulness skills and practice that will assist you in everyday life.....
The skill of mindfulness is taught through formal and informal mindfulness practices. Formal mindfulness meditation practices are introduced during this course and include mindful breathing and sitting meditation, guided body scan meditation, and gentle movement. The course includes a 20 min guided CD.
Informal mindfulness practices are also introduced as a support to integrating mindfulness into daily life.
While the programme provides an overview of the philosophical underpinnings of mindfulness, much of the content is practical.
Because of the experiential nature of mindfulness, participants are encouraged and supported to undertake short home practices between classes. During classes, there are opportunities for group dialogue and the chance to discuss participants’ experience of home practice and to examine skilful ways of dealing with challenges arising. While classes are designed to support participants to bring awareness to the present moment, they are not intended to involve group therapy.
Who is the “Introduction to Mindfulness” course suitable for?
This course is suitable for those who are completely new to mindfulness practice as well as those who are already familiar with mindfulness and wish to deepen their practice with the support of a group.