Mindfulness Courses/Workshops/Drop-in Classes
Oscailt offers mindfulness for all ages.
Many of us want to slow down and experience greater ease, but often find that doing this is not so easy. Mindfulness is a simple practice that connects us to our natural sense of presence. It helps us come to oursenses in a very real way and live more fully in the present moment.
Mindfulness is over 2500 years old as a practice, but it is only in recent decades that medicine and science have come to recognise the capacity of mindfulness to enhance the quality of people’s lives, particularly in the areas of stress reduction and pain management, depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders and panic attacks.
Oscailt maintains a comprehensive series of courses on mindfulness, loving-kindness and self-compassion. We offer regular mindfulness courses for children and for teens. We also host four community mindfulness groups (sanghas) in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
Conflict for Women: Finding Freedom and Power in Conflict (Mari Kennedy) Thursday 7th February
Mindful Self Compassion Course (Mary O’Callaghan) Monday 25th March
Mindfulness events & workshops
A Brief Time Out: A Half Day to Nourish Mental and Physical Wellbeing (Carmel O’Hara) Saturday 27th July
Regular Mindfulness events (no booking required)
Tuesday drop-in mindfulness class (Tuesday, 5.45pm) - Please Note There Will Be No Class On Tues 23rd April
One to One Mindfulness
One-to-one mindfulness sessions with Fidelma Farley
Mindfulness in schools
Oscailt also supports schools in establishing mindfulness programmes for the school environment. If you are interested in mindfulness for staff or students, please contact the Oscailt office.