Keep in Touch…
To join our mailing list please use the form to the right. The mailing list is low volume, with only a handful of messages per year. We will never share your information and you are able to unsubscribe at any time.
For more regular information, including events run by other people and organisations, you may want to connect with us on Facebook.
If you are looking for a meditation group/sangha to join in your area, please check our sangha directory. You can then contact them directly for information about their activities.
You can also e-mail us for general information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Mindfulness Ireland does not run meditation courses and cannot advise you on which courses to take. If you would like to take a course, the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course offers an in-depth introduction – internet searching for “MBSR YourTown” will probably bring up some good results. There are also many other courses available. If you would like to join a sangha (practice group), please see the Sangha Directory on this website.
Directors / Sangha Caretakers
The directors of Mindfulness Ireland are elected by the community to support the Irish sangha and help look after the legal aspects of the company Mindfulness Ireland. We help caretake the collective resources of the community such as the web page, mailing list, collective finances and insurance. We also offer a liaison between Plum Village and the Irish sangha for monastic tours. We meet 3 or 4 times a year. The present directors are:
Eileen, Kathleen, Fionnuala, Meave, Martina and Jane-Anne.
Eileen practices with The Full Moon Sangha in Wicklow.
Kathleen practices with the Little Acorn Sangha and other Cork sangha groups.
Fionnuala practices with the Open Heart Sangha in Dublin.
Maeve practices with the Open Heart Sangha in Dublin.
Martina practices with the Suaimhneas Mindfulness Group in Dublin.
Jane-Anne practices with the Wake Up Sangha in Pembroke Road.
You can contact us directly via email@example.com.
The Mindfulness Ireland sangha and the team of directors are supported in their activities by many other volunteers.