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Mindfulness practice can help with general wellbeing and can help reduce stress and anxiety. 


Learn how to cultivate techniques to help take better care of your mental and physical health.

Find ways to work with stress, anxiety and low mood.


The practices we do help us learn techniques and foster attitudes to:

  • Become familiar with the workings of the mind, including the ways we avoid or get caught up in difficulties.

  • Notice the times when we are at risk of getting caught in old habits of mind that re-activate downward mood spirals or crank up anxiety levels.

  • Explore ways of releasing ourselves from those old habits and enter a different way of being.

  • Get in touch with an alternative way of knowing ourselves and the world.

  • Notice the small beauties and pleasures in the world around us instead of living in our heads.

  • Be kind to ourselves instead of wishing things were different all the time or driving ourselves to meet impossible goals.

  • Accept ourselves as we are, rather than judging ourselves all the time.

  • Be able to exercise greater choice in life, with a clearer view.

  • Make a commitment to showing up and building a regular practice over a series of weeks. It takes this kind of repetition over time to form new patterns of thinking and habits.

  • Meditate in a group with others and under the guidance of a mindfulness teacher who will provide you with a good source of insight and support.

Like all things that bring lasting change this can’t be rushed and an 8-Week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course does require commitment.

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About Me

My aim is to help participants cultivate a mindfulness practice which can help them find ways to live with more presence, openness and compassion, helping to uncover insights about themselves and help navigate their day-to-day lives with a wiser and kinder outlook. 

Mindfulness has become a major part of my life and when I saw what it could do for me, I wanted to share these benefits with others. When I began to practice in 2014, I found mindfulness extremely beneficial to my general wellbeing and helping me to manage the stresses and strains of a busy work and home life. Mindfulness continues to offer me welcome support, balance, presence and clarity.

I have a Diploma in Teaching Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Based Interventions with the Mindfulness Centre, Dublin. This training is recognised by the professional body, The Mindfulness Teachers Association of Ireland. The curriculum draws on the training at the Centre for Mindfulness Research & Practice (CMRP) at Bangor University and the Center for Mindfulness (CFM) at the University of Massachusetts (UMass).

I am committed to offering mindfulness-based approaches to anyone with an interest in mindfulness, from the beginner to the experienced. This includes, 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Courses for groups and individuals, follow-up sangha groups (group meditation practice), introductory courses, mindfulness in a business setting and individual mindfulness sessions. 



There may be times in your life when mindfulness may not be appropriate, or the most helpful resource for you. I am committed to having a sensitive but transparent discussion with you around whether mindfulness may be a helpful approach to engage with at this stage in your life.

Please email to make arrangements to discuss this further.