We’re talking wellness, mindset, goal setting & everything you need to know about healthy living.
Join us as we hear from a panel of great speakers who’ll be sharing some cracking tips on health, nutrition and fitness.
We'll also be welcoming some special guests to advise on how you can get the most out of exercises, therapies and outdoor activities.
Mingle and enjoy some great music from Jess Kav and a complimentary selection of delicious, healthy snacks, based on the smart, creative menu developed for Wigwam by Brazilian Chef Pedro Ferraz.
Irish Unplug is a #TechLifeBalance pgrogram.
They combine eastern practice (yoga & meditation), compliment it with science and deliver evidence based, fun programmes on how to develop focus in a distracted world.
Aidan Healy is the Director of Programme development at Unplug. He has a background in psychology, coaching and leadership development. Aidan had designed and delivered a range of wellbeing programmes in the education, corporate and not for profit sector. His passion is helping people overcome challenges and achieve their full potential.
Emer Duffy is a lead teacher at Unplug and is the founder of Living Life, a therapy and Yoga company, educating and empowering people about brain health. She is a also an Specialist Occupational Therapist with an MSc in Cognitive Rehabilitation, and an MSc module in Cognitive Behavioural Self Help techniques.
Liam Dale is a Social Studies Post Grad, World & European Kickboxing Champion and a proven Martial Arts Master with over 30 years of practice to his credit. Liam is also an a Coaching Ireland certified Tutor, Kung Fu coaching officer, a train the trainer and a health and fitness coach. He draws from this wide and deep pool of academic learning and experiential knowledge when working with others. His talks are fun, practical and informative, whilst all the time reminding us of our own inherent ability to be the best we can be within our chosen outcome.
Mary Jennings is the founder ForgetTheGym and running coach and regular contributor to The Irish Times. After 8 years of working in a corporate business and IT environment with PWC, IBM and various banks & financial services organisations, Mary made the decision to leave and follow her passion for outdoor fitness.
At ForgetTheGym, Mary and her team encourage people to get outdoors, get running and get motivated. Mary believes that exercise should be fun, social, enjoyable and painfree and recognises the importance of good running technique for lifelong enjoyable running. As a keen long distance runner Mary herself has completed over 40 marathons and ultra-marathons up to 100k in distance.
The event gets underway from 5pm with interactive sessions with industry professionals.
Places are very limited and will be allocated on first come first served basis.
Kick start the week with a cool event and join us at #LiveWellDublin 2016 from 5pm on Monday 25th April.
Meditation Workshop with Melanie Mondini
Melanie has been practising meditation since early childhood with her father, and in recent years she received formal training in India and has been running Transformational Meditation classes at the Dublin Holistic Centre. She is one of the centre’s most gifted massage therapists has been practicing for well over 10 years. She is deeply interested in understanding how holistic approaches affect health and wellbeing and strongly believes in life-time learning to deepen her skills.
Live Well in Dublin takes place at the new Wigwam (Old Twisted Pepper)
on Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
#LWD2016 by #TotallyDublin
“Brazilian chef Pedro Ferraz has been praised by all and sundry for his work in the kitchen at Wigwam thus far, and with good reason.” – Ian Lamont - Editor Totally Dublin Magazine
Totally Dublin is totally, entirely, completely Dublin – we’re the city’s most widely-read, highly-distributed freesheet, dedicated to covering Dublin high and low, North and South, upside down and inside out. With unparalleled listings, incisive feature content on all facets of culture both Irish and international, music, film, fashion, bar and food reviews, and interviews, TD has established itself as the go-to guide to our city in its 100+ issues of existence.
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