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Welcome to the secure booking page for my Mindfulness Morning in Naas on Sunday 7th April at 11am in the Osprey Hotel. Scroll down for the booking box if you want to skip the information below.
Here's all the information you need:
- In a two-hour session you will learn:
- Mindfulness exercises and mindfulness techniques you can use straight away in all areas of your life.
- How mindfulness improves well-being and reduces stress
- Easy ways to make mindfulness part of your daily life without doing lengthy meditations
I have been practising mindfulness since the late 1980s when not many people had heard of it in the West. At the time people were expected to do long meditations every day which didn't always fit in with the pace of life. Instead I prefer to use simple mindfulness approaches - like those I teach during the two hours - to help me be mindful during the day and to get the benefits of this truly beneficial practice. This 'easy mindfulness' approach, which has been the subject of Mindfulness on the Go and my other mindfulness books, is what I will pass on to you.
What happens during the two hours?
We begin with a simple mindfulness exercises that you can do very easily at home, at work and elsewhere.
I explain what mindfulness is and why adding mindfulness into your day can make such a difference to your well-being.
Later we will do the mindfulness of breathing practice and also a mindfulness practice which people find very very relaxing and which many find helps them to sleep when they wake up at night.
You will hear how mindfulness lowers stress and improves well-being; how mindfulness can help you to step back from resentments, regrets and other negative thoughts; and how mindfulness techniques can be a valuable tool as you experience the challenges and pleasures of life.
I have practised mindfulness since the late 1980s, have taught mindfulness throughout Ireland and in London, have demonstrated mindfulness on ITV, RTE and TV3 and have had books on mindfulness published in several countries and several languages. My latest book is on mindful self-compassion and is called "Kindfulness."
My aim is to make mindfulness easily accessible to people in their everyday lives.
What you learn in the two hours will be enough to enable you to practise mindfulness at home, at work and elsewhere, starting straight away.
My website is at www.padraigomorain.com
You can contact me via the "Contact Organiser" box on this page or you can email me at email@example.com