We are committed to sharing mindfulness with people of all cultural and religious backgrounds, ethnicities, socio-economic classes, sexual orientations, gender identities, ages and levels of education. It is our intention to support people in applying the essence of mindfulness to every aspect of daily life. We are committed to honouring the ethical framework to which mindfulness belongs, supporting the cultivation of the inner and outer conditions which allow individuals to thrive and which lead to a more mindful and just society.
Josephine Lynch and Helen Byrne have achieved Masters degrees in Mindfulness Based Approaches and Teaching Mindfulness-Based Approaches at the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, University of Bangor, Wales and have also participated in training through the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts. We adhere to the The Irish Good Practice Guidelines for Teaching Mindfulness-Based Courses developed by the Mindfulness Teachers Network Ireland (read the guidelines here). The guidance includes formal mindfulness training, personal regular mindfulness meditation practice, engagement in regular supervision, commitment to on-going personal practice, training, supervision, attendance on retreats and a high standard of ethics in relation to our teaching and practice of mindfulness.