In addition to offering private one-on-one mindfulness classes at the stunning SCCUL Sanctuary, Clarinbridge, I am delighted to now have a dedicated mindfulness space in Galway City.

Mindfulness Classes in Galway

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Group Mindfulness Classes, Galway

6 Week Course - Beginners: Tuesday 10th September. 10am - 11am. €60

Location: Centre for WILD Atlantic Wellness, Galway Bay Seafoods, New Docks. Galway City.

Booking essential, as limited spaces.

Group Mindfulness Classes, Galway

6 Week Course - Beginners: Thursday 5th September. 10am - 11am. €60

Location: Centre for WILD Atlantic Wellness, Galway Bay Seafoods, New Docks. Galway City.

Booking Essential, as limited spaces.

If a few minutes of every day is dedicated to mindfulness, it is possible to free up energy, be more creative, adventurous and happy.

The practice of mindfulness begins in the small, remote cave of your unconscious mind and blossoms with the sunlight of your conscious life, reaching far beyond the people and places you can see.

— Earon Davis.

Research is now suggesting that prolonged stress has a considerable impact upon the development of many illnesses, including: cardiovascular disease, cancer, endocrine and metabolic disease, skin disorders and infectious aliments of all kinds.

It may even produce the following physiological reactions: elevation of blood pressure, accelerated heart beat, inhibited digestion, increased muscular tension, a compromised immune system (predisposing the body to infection and disease) and nutritional deficiencies. 

Stress also has a major effect on psychological difficulties, such as depression and anxiety, and it can be responsible for (or exacerbate) a lot of back problems, fatigue, chronic headaches, irritability,  memory loss, lowered sexual drive, and insomnia.

 A mindful approach to reducing stress:

People intuitively know that they need to take ‘time out’ to reduce stress.  Unfortunately, we have marginalised these experiences to the once a year holiday – or if lucky a Sunday morning nap in bed.  The problem is - this isn’t enough; especially, if you are experiencing daily work-life pressures or suffering with chronic anxiety, fear or tension. 

 Regularly practicing mindfulness can have a significant impact upon our health & well-being: 

  • Consciously allowing the mind and body to relax promotes good health and a better quality of life, and if practiced regularly can even help people face stressful situations more positively.

  • Mindfulness can boost the immune system, increase energy & improve memory. It can also ‘unlock’ confidence, inspiration & a renewed sense of purpose. 

  • It can calm and focus the mind, sooth a nervous system & improve digestion.

  • Mindfulness improves our ability to digest food and assimilate nutrients.

  • Over time it can help reduce the hormone & blood sugar imbalances associated with weight gain.

  •  A regular practice can also  ‘unlock’ confidence & inspire a renewed sense of purpose.

Mindfulness refers to the awareness that emerges by paying attention, on purpose, non-judgmentally to the present moment.

— Jon Kabat-Zinn.

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