Course Title: Mindfulness Self-Care Programme
IASLT are delighted to be working with The Sanctuary to bring you this programme which is designed to provide the resources and training to create healthy working environments- to change culture through contemplative practice. It has been evidenced that mindfulness, compassion and contemplative practices within organizations has decreased employee stress, emotional exhaustion, and job burnout and increased mood and life satisfaction.
Through online training (live via Zoom), along with online resources, the SWAY programme incorporates experiential practices based in mindfulness, reflection, self-kindness and communication, arming organizational teams with the tools to flourish within the workplace, while helping to sustain personal wellbeing and mental health.
Some Themes Explored:
· What is Mindfulness and Why Practice it?
· Recognizing the Unsettled Mind & Settling the Mind
· Acceptance and Self-Compassion for Resilience
· Working with Intention and Motivation
· Various Mindfulness Supports and bringing mindfulness into the workplace
· Embodiment: The Mind/ Body Connection and Living More Holistically
· Cultivating Positive Traits: The Neuroscience behind Self- Compassion and Gratitude on the Road to Wellbeing
· Mindful Communication
About the training facilitator: The Sanctuary is a meditation centre for social change in the heart of Dublin City. It is a charity founded by Sr. Stan Kennedy in 1998, long before meditation or mindfulness was on the tip of everyone’s tongue.
Most importantly, it was inspired by Stan’s own personal practice of contemplation and meditation and its ability to sustain Stan in her commitment to work with homeless people and her other social innovations.
The Sanctuary has evolved organically over the years to include mindfulness programmes for schools, programmes for carers and those working on the frontlines of society. Moreover, it offers tailored programmes for commercial organisations, charities, workplace and management teams.
During this Covid 19 pandemic we have been busy offering programmes to hospital teams, youth workers and supporting the mental wellbeing of the Dublin community and beyond through its free online offerings of practice sessions and workshops.
All its courses are inspired by a deep and heartfelt wish and vision to change culture through compassionate action, ultimately helping to create a more resilient society.
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Date: Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Time: 10am - 1pm
Fee: €35 for IASLT MEMBERS; €80 for non-IASLT MEMBERS
****PLACES ARE LIMITED (First come, first served)
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