Mindfulness, Meditation & Wellness Classes

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Well of Being‘s Sharon Vogiatzi is an experienced facilitator, both for private and corporate clients. She has been running meditation, mindfulness and wellness classes and workshops in the Leinster area of Ireland and online for many years.
 
MEDITATION CLASSES
Sharon is currently running bi-monthly 30-minute meditation classes via Zoom.
 
These relaxing classes include mindfulness, meditation, visualisation, breathing techniques and gentle movement/stretching.
 
A regular meditation practice sets the tone for your life in general, giving you space and pause to restore your energy, re-centre and connect to presence and calm.
 
The classes are on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 7PM Irish/UK or 9PM Greek time and cost just €5.

Whether you’re a beginner and would like to try it or if you would simply like to practice more and be led by an experienced facilitator, you’re very welcome.

€5 can be transferred via Revolut: @sharonov81 or using my phone number +30 6980118814 or PayPal: PayPal.me/sharonvogiatzi or @sharonvogiatzi or ask me for my IBAN. To pay by card, click here.

🎊 END OF YEAR WORKSHOP 🎊

Next week, I’ll be hosting an End of Year workshop where we’ll reflect on 2022, what we want to release, what we’d like more of and what we’re ready for in the new year. This one-hour workshop will include breathwork, meditation, journal prompts and a guided journey! I cannot wait to see you there!

Wednesday 14th December

19:00-20:00 🇨🇮 21:00-22:00 🇬🇷

€10

Via Zoom.

Recording available.

Payable to: @sharonov81 or +306980118814 (Revolut) @sharonvogiatzi or PayPal.me/sharonvogiatzi (PayPal) or ask me for my IBAN.

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