I have practiced mindfulness for 20 years, and bring passion and deep experience to my teaching. I practice in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, which emphasises a practical approach with immediate effect. I am an ordained lay member of Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing.
I am founder of two Dublin City sanghas (mindfulness practice groups) - one for adults and one for families. I offer days of mindfulness around Ireland.
I teach mindfulness widely, including in the corporate environment, schools, not-for-profits and community groups.
I was Child Protection Officer for Devon Music Service (part of Devon County Council), and trained in Child Protection alongside social workers.
"I am deeply committed to creating spaces that are nourishing. In order to be nourished, we need to feel safe. I've worked for years with marginalised communities and people (of all ages) who are vulnerable. My trainings are inclusive to all, regardless of background, nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity and expression, ability and sexual orientation. We practice mindfulness to take good care of ourselves, in all our stunning diversity."
If you sign up for Mindful News or participate in an event or course, I will hold contact information for you.
Orlaith O'Sullivan, PhD: Mindfulness Training & Consultancy will use the information you provide on this form to share meditations, events news and course resources (if you are a participant). Your data will not be shared with third parties or used for advertising purposes.
To see what events and courses are coming up, see my calendar.