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Suaimhneas Voice Winter 2020

Thank you Andrew for your lovely article on the Recovery College

Suaimhneas Voice Winter 2020

Recovery College end of year get to together – 14th of December at 10.00 am

As we draw near the end of 2020, we would like to invite all our recovery college students, facilitators and friends to join us for an end of year get together, which will take place next Monday December 14th @11am
 
After what’s been a very tough year all round, we’re looking to bring everyone together to share a little positivity and light as we conjure hopes for 2021. 
 
We fully appreciate getting together via zoom doesn’t suit everyone, but if you feel you’ve enjoyed engaging with us over the year, we’d really love to see you.
 
All you need to join in is
A) Click on the zoom link below
B) Have a good cuppa and treats to hand (mince pies are my go to!)
C) Bring along / share any uplifting poetry, songs, ukeleles, drums whatever!
Join Zoom Meeting
For the link please email info@recoverycollege@dcu.ie
 
Very much hope to see you there
Paula Kilbride
DNNE Recovery College Student Chair

Flemington Community Centre are running a series of weekly online resources specifically for men including Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition and presentations around mental health, all online, and all free of charge.

Our friends in the Flemington Community Centre are running a series of weekly online resources specifically for men including Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition and presentations around mental health, all online, and all free of charge.

These free sessions are all delivered over zoom are delivered by Neil from Yoga4Blokes, David from Evolutis Sports and Fitness plus Aoifa & Seána from BeWell-DoWell.  All highly experienced and eager to welcome you along on this journey of self-development.

All you need to do is message the Flemington Community Centre Facebook page, or email info@flemingtoncc.ie.

 

You will then receive a welcome pack with further information, all enquiries will be treated confidentially.

 

Healthy Ireland Fund supported by the Department of Health and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs”

 

Please see below and attached for more information about this fantastic initiative, please feel free to circulate to all networks

The programme currently offers the following:

 

Mental Fitness Education

Be Well Do Well – X1 session per quarter, four in total.

Aoifa and Seana are Teachers who deliver child and adult mental fitness training in schools around the country and through webinars on behalf of the INTO.

https://bewell-dowell.com/

 

Yoga & Meditation

Yoga4Blokes – Weekly Yoga and Meditation Classes.

Neil Runs Yoga4Blokes and Meditation Workshops and is part of the Yoga Hub.

https://www.facebook.com/yoga4blokes/

Nutrition

Evolutis Sport and Fitness – Weekly nutritional talks and the importance of exercise at any level.

David is the owner of Evolutis Sport & Fitness, he has a nutrition qualification and over 10 years of experience working with elite level soccer athletes & GAA athletes, he has high level UEFA & Personal Training coaching qualifications & has been nominated for a number of coaching & personal trainer awards.

https://www.evolutis.ie/

 

In total The project will run for 12-13 weeks with weekly sessions, while x4 Mental Fitness Education sessions will also be provided.

 

The Mental Fitness Education sessions will provide participants with topics such as

  • Coping with change
  • Understanding our brain
  • Exploring our Emotions
  • Managing Anger and Anxiety
  • The Power of Our Thoughts
  • Building Resilience

It is expected that at the end of the project the participants will have learned valuable skills to help with issues they may have, and just as importantly, may have in the future.

 

The classes will be delivered via Zoom but will not be interactive. This is to maintain the individuals anonymity from the group as a whole but also to allow us to deliver as much information within the allotted time.

 

Healthy Ireland Fund supported by the Department of Health and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs”

Good luck to all in the Galway Community Cafe

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