Winter Schedule – Days of Mindfulness and Mindful Walking.
Hugh O’Donovan and Associates (HODA) Presents
A Day of Mindfulness and Mindful Walking. (“Mindful Walk and Talk”)
Updated Schedule of Workshop Dates.
September 2015. Sat, 5th, Sat, 12th and Sat, 19th.
November 2015. Sat 14th and Sat 28th.
In Ballymaloe House Hotel, Shanagarry.
(The Grain Store / Carrigaun Room)
The day involves a guided experiential workshop where through practical exercises and discussion, mindfulness and mindful walking as a life choice will be explored and practiced. The workshop will also draw on the evidence based insights of positive psychology and their relevance to a mind / body understanding of well-being, happiness and peace and ultimately effectiveness in life and work.
This workshop is designed for busy people who would wish to take a day away to let the body catch up with the mind. You will leave with the understanding and skills to develop a more mindful practice in your life as you wish.
The development of this workshop arises in the context of the recent publication of my book; Mindful Walking: Walk your Way to Mental and Physical Well-Being.
Participants: 10-14 (Max).
Cost: €125.00pp To include;
Workshop, Workbook and materials.
Tea / Coffee at Breaks.
Lunch is NOT covered in the workshop cost. This allows participants the flexibility to choose what best suits them from a range of options in the area, including Ballymaloe Café and the Ballymaloe Cookery School. HODA will facilitate this process on the day and make bookings in advance to manage the time available.
Full joining instructions will be provided on application.
Further Details at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 087 2772931 / 6307662
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Hugh O’Donovan, MSc OccPsy, Reg. Psychol. P.s.S.I. MISCP. MBPsS, is a Work / Coaching Psychologist and Mindfulness practitioner. He is also Co-founder of the Masters in Applied Psychology (Coaching Psychology), Masters in Coaching Practice and the Higher Diploma in Coaching / Coaching Psychology in University College Cork. He is an honorary Vice-President of the International Society of Coaching Psychology.
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