NCCWN Donegal is pleased to announce the launch of our ‘Art of Wellness Programme for Women’, which is being supported through the Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health Small Grant Scheme.
As part of the programme we will be offering a number of courses, workshops and activities which support, promote and provide knowledge and skills to support women’s mental health and wellbeing.
We are delighted to start the programme by offering the ‘Wellbeing for Women with Nature in Mind’ course by Michaela Mc Daid Ecotherapy. This unique 4-week course will introduce you to Ecotherapy and the importance of connecting with nature for better mental health.
Over the four sessions, using the four seasons as a framework you will be guided on how you can use personal reflection to create space to reconnect with ourselves, journaling as a means of letting go, how to nurture gratitude and hope within our lives, engage in small group discussions and of course, have a laugh along the way!
The course will start on Saturday 27th February 10.30am-12pm, via Zoom for 4-weeks and we do require that participants can commit to all four sessions.
If you would like to sign up for this FREE course please fill in the online form here and Donegal women’s network will be in contact with you to confirm your place.
Booking is essential, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
This programme is funded through Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health Small Grant Scheme
NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network is pleased to be offering the “Do You Wear You” programme for women by Health Care Professional Helen O’Driscoll. This 4 week online programmme starts on Friday 19th 10.30am to 11.30am via zoom.
This FREE course will support you to discover and truly wear you. Over the workshops, you will learn how to feel confident, more joyful, empowered and recognise your own signature style.
“Through learning to dress ourselves in our own distinctive, meaningful and personal signature style means we become free from fashion trends and fads and move more towards a truer mirror of our inner selves. This inner outer alignment offers another important foundation to our sense of health and well-being, creating harmony.”
If you would like to sign up for the ‘Do you wear you” programme please fill in the online form here and Donegal Women’s Network will be in contact with you to confirm your place. Booking is essential, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
This course is part-funded by Donegal ETB’s Community Education Support Programme
NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network invites you to join us in celebrating St Brigid’s Day and women’s stories. On Saturday, 30th January and 6th February, 11am-2pm, we are hosting two creative drama workshops via Zoom.
These will be fun, energetic, creative and participatory workshops and will be facilitated by Sinead O’Donnell-Carey, a theatre maker, visual artist and drama facilitator.
If you would like to sign up for these creative workshops please fill in the online form here https://forms.gle/M16L6o3UsnDiqLii6 and Donegal Women’s Network will be in contact with you to confirm your place.
*If you have a disability which you think may impact your participation, please just let us know in advance to allow the facilitator to support any participation needs.