Mental Health Week

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Mental Health Week

Monday 9th October 2017 - Sunday 15th October 2017

Secondary School student Art Exhibition  in The Hunt Museum 9th-15th October 

The secondary schools that are showing their work at this years Art Exhibition are, St Augustine, St Clements College, Thomand College, Daughter’s of Charity, Limerick Youth Services & John the Baptist, Hospital.  


Mental Health Week Talks – 


9th October – Monday, 1pm 

‘How parents well-being effects the child’s well-being” – Arta Runika 

Arta is holistic therapist and gentle touch reflexology for babies and children instructor. Finding the balance in life, mind body and soul.  Each person can benefit from this workshop even if you are not a parent. 

10th October – Tuesday, 1pm 

“Practical Self Care strategies for a Better Mental Health” – Patrick Mercie 

Self-Care is implementing incremental steps to start felling better physically, mentally and emotionally. 

Practicing Self Care leads to More Energy, Higher levels of Self Reliance, Higher Engagement to what you do and Higher Output levels. During this Talk we’ll help you figure out some Self Care steps you can easily adopt immediately. 

11th October – Wednesday, 1pm  

“Ho’oponopono – the Hawaiian Practice of Forgiveness and Healing” – Christine Beekman 

The Hawaiian practice of Ho’oponopono incorporates compassion, forgiveness and gratitude in daily life. Practicing this ancient concept will have an impact on ourselves, our relationships and our mental health, ultimately leading to the peace and love that everybody longs for.  

12th October – Thursday, 1pm  

“How to connect to your Energy of Happiness” – Talk by Lana O’Farrell 

We can experience more happiness, right now, by connecting to our inner energy of happiness. Discover what happiness means and learn valuable tools for nurturing and boosting your energy of happiness. 

13th October – Friday, 1pm  

“Stepping into the Mystery & finding yourself within” – Julianna Jay 

Join Julianna Jay who will brings us on an enchanting journey of self discovery. Stepping into the mystery she will celebrate our curiosity for the unseen, encouraging us to look beyond to find the true meaning in our lives.


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