“If we are to prosper and flourish in this ever evolving environment, then it is vital that we make the most of all our resources – and this is true for our mental resources as well as material ones”
Professor John Beddington
Well-being is the combination of feeling good and functioning well. Well-being enables us to develop our full potential; work productively and creatively, build strong and positive relationships and contribute to society.
Mindfulness is a way of experiencing things ‘as they are’ in a non-judgemental way, allowing us to see what is happening more accurately and respond more effectively. More and more research shows that the practice of mindfulness can have a positive impact on people’s sense of well-being.
This conference will look at ways in which mindfulness can enhance the well-being of all, from young children through to adulthood. It will address how the theory of mindfulness relates to well-being and give practical examples.
There will be opportunities throughout the day for meditation practice and discussion.
This conference is relevant to all, and all are welcome.
• Richard Burnett – What next for mindfulness?
• Claire Kelly – The evidence and benefits of mindfulness for young people
• Dr. Ming Rawat and Debbie Correll – The experience of mindfulness in GP settings
• Ger McHugh and Br Richard Hendrick – A mindful approach to technology
Venue: Dublin Castle, 20th May, 2014
Cost: €100 including lunch
For more information and to book CLICK HERE or ring 01 6705419