Join us this October to embark on a challenge that will encourage your Wellbeing and Good Mental Health!
World Mental Health Day is celebrated each year on the 10th of October.
Once again, we are marking the day by challenging ourselves and you to a whole month of self-care guided meditation practices
For each day of the month of October, you will receive a guided meditation that has been recorded specially by The Sanctuary’s own experienced teachers in Mindfulness and Meditation, such as Sr. Stan Kennedy, Dr Tony Bates, Jane Negrych, Mary Jennings, Niamh Bruce, Dominic Cogan, and more.
As well, Trudy Goodman will be joining is in leading this year. Trudy is the founding teacher of InsightLA and cofounder of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. She has taught at universities and retreat centers worldwide for 25 years. Trudy has trained in mindfulness and Zen since 1973, holds a graduate degree in developmental psychology from Harvard, and is one of the senior Buddhist teachers in the U.S. She is married to Jack Kornfield and delivered the first MBSR with Jon Kabat Zinn.
What does it entail?
The goal is to meditate every day for the month of October. That’s the only rule! You decide on the time and the place.
You will receive one meditation each day during the month of October that you be able to watch, listen to and download.
To register, via our Mindbody booking system, we ask kindly ask for payment of €30.00, which will go directly to our An Cuan programme. If you wish to make a further donation, please do so via our PayPal link on our website. If you have any issues or difficulties, please feel free to contact our administration.
Our An Cuan programme is designed to break down barriers and make the activities of The Sanctuary accessible to all, with an emphasis on anyone going through a vulnerable period in their life. The programme has been running since 2005 and we have worked with those recovering from and/or suffering with mental illness, unemployment, addiction, homelessness and people with physical/ mental disabilities.
All the proceeds will be going to our An Cuan Project.
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