Online Events

Time to Meditate – Online

Free Online Guided Meditations
Tuesday Mornings, 9.15am to 10am (Irish Time)

Join us every Tuesday morning at 9:15am for a free 45 minute guided meditation with one of our experienced meditation instructors.

Every session is suitable for all levels and there are no difficult postures or –Read more–

Loving Kindness Meditation – Online

Free Online Guided Loving Kindness Meditations
Thursday Mornings, 9.15am to 10am (Irish Time)

“The water of compassion courses through the canal of loving kindness”. -Maitreya

Join us every Thursday morning at 9:15am for a free 45 minute guided loving kindness meditation with one of our experienced –Read more–

You Tube Guided Meditations – Online

A Selection of Dzogchen Beara Guided Meditations
Loving Kindness, Guided Meditation, Tonglen and more

On this page you’ll find a small selection of guided meditations from some of our teachers on various themes and topics from Loving Kindness meditations to guided practices on physical sensations, –Read more–

Joy You Can Count On – Online

Half-day Workshop with Maureen Cooper
Sunday December 17, 10am -12.30pm (Irish time)

Explore how accessing joy in the midst of suffering is an essential element in learning to cope with all the challenges life brings.

Taking inspiration from The Book of Joy by Dalai Lama –Read more–

A Gift to Ourselves – Online

3 Part Morning Retreat on Love and Compassion with Susan Browne
28, 29 and 30 December, 10am to 12:30pm (Irish Time)

Christmas and New Year are traditionally a time of get-togethers of family and friends. For many of us however we might have a sense –Read more–

The Power of Intention – Online

A Morning Seminar with Susan Browne and Anne Sheehan
Sunday 7 January, 10am to 12:30pm (Irish Time)

Take some time out at the beginning of the New Year for a morning of guided reflection and contemplation and to make aspiration prayers.

What –Read more–

Self-Compassion in our Journey with Illness – Online

6 Week Online Course with John Douglas
Thursdays, 11.00am to 12:30pm, January 11 to February 15 (Irish time)

Living with a serious illness can change our lives. As well as the anguish of physical treatment and the disruption to our lives, many people –Read more–

Understanding Death – Online

Introduction to the Tibetan Buddhist View of Death and Dying
4 Evenings Online with Kirsten DeLeo
Tuesdays 7pm to 8.30pm, January 16 to February 6 (Irish Time)

Death is a hard subject to look at and talk about, yet it touches us all. –Read more–

Parenting with Resilience and Joy – Online

9 Week Online Course for Emotional Health at Home
with Fiona Clarke
Wednesdays 7pm to 8.30pm, 17 January to 27 March (Irish Time)

An experiential online course designed to give you practical tools for cultivating well-being and building healthy relationships.

During each –Read more–

Connected Educators – Online

9-Week Online Course for Teacher-Flourishing
with Fiona Clarke
Thursdays 7pm to 8.30pm, 18 January to 21 March (Irish Time)

Explore evidence-based tools for well-being, including mindfulness, empathy and compassion exercises, tools that help educators protect against stress, and boost resilience and emotional intelligence.

The course –Read more–

Flourishing As You Age – Online

Part 2: Deepen your Trust in Courage, Wisdom and Humour
6 Week Online Course with Maureen Cooper
Wednesdays 11am to 12.30pm, January 24 to February 28 (Irish Time)

The number of older people in the world is projected to double by 2050. –Read more–

Freedom of Forgiveness – Online

Online Morning with Maureen Cooper
Sunday 18 February, 10am to 12.30pm (Irish time)

Responding to being hurt with kindness and forgiveness is one of the most difficult things we can do. Even though we may admire others for responding to someone who hurts them with love, –Read more–

Emotional Awareness – Online

How to Access the Creative Energy of Emotion
6 Week Online Course with Maureen Cooper
Tuesdays 7pm to 8.30pm, March 6 to April 10 (Irish time)

During the course of any ordinary day, all kinds of feelings bubble up and occupy our attention—sometimes we –Read more–