Facilitated by: Niamh Byron
Room: Meditation Hall
Date: Sunday 2nd July 3:00PM – 5:30PM
Do you eat your lunch rushed while working at your computer? Does the word ‘mindless’ come to mind when you think of how you eat? Do you snack throughout the day? Does your life feel like a non-stop rollercoaster that you can’t get off?
This workshop will give you the tools to understand how to eat and live mindfully from a holistic perspective, acknowledging that no two people are the same. The modern world we live in is so geared towards ‘quick fix’ solutions, including ‘fast food’. However, when we go back to our roots and implement holistic practices for our bodies that have been practiced for thousands of years, we can begin to nourish ourselves from the core.
This workshop will give you the tools to:
- Understand how to nourish your body through eating, breathing and movement in a mindful way.
- Help you connect to each one of your senses again. No more rushing, no more pushing, no more reaching.
- Tap into your basic human birth right to feel the best version of yourself.
- Become more present in all areas of your life.
- Connect with your loved ones and build deeper relationships.
15:00 – 15:45 Conscious Movement and Gentle Stretching
15:45 – 16:45 Mindful Nutrition Tantra workshop involving an interactive presentation and a blindfolded food-tasting to engage all of the senses.
16:45 – 17:30 Pranayama breathwork.
18:00 Optional Dinner – two course set meal €20 per person
Please bring a scarf or an eye cover to cover your eyes during the blindfolded food tasting session.
Book in advance as these workshops fill up quickly
Meet your facilitator
Niamh is a holistic health coach, passionate yoga instructor, adventurer and life student, brought up in both England and Ireland. Since qualifying as a yoga teacher, she has been learning, traveling and studying alternative healing practices from Indigenous Communities in Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia and Guatemala.
Her learnings from this experience lead her to working in-person and online with groups, in one-to-one settings and facilitating retreats and workshops. Niamh’s passion for food, health and wellness has been her guide throughout her life, and in 2022 Niamh expanded this passion into a career by qualifying as a Holistic Health & Nutrition Coach. This now means she integrates her nutrition, meditation, breathwork and yoga knowledge into one holistic offering.
In her spare time you can find Niamh shopping in farmers markets, trying out new recipes, discovering and watching live music or at the closest horse riding school.