Meditation and Art Classes

Would you like to find your inner calm through meditation and creating art ?

This course, on zoom, runs on a  weekly basis and is aimed to bring you back into the present moment, relieve anxiety and stress and allows you process your inner feelings. It is a gentle course where you use your breath, meditation practice and the use of mantras to find inner stillness in your life. This is followed by a visualization to help bring you into a space where you are open to create and express your feelings through art. Please note, and this is very important, you do not need to be an artist or have any experience in art. Just a willingness to allow your thoughts, feelings and emotions appear on the page in whatever way or format you choose without concern for the outcome. The connection between art, meditation and visualization can be a very powerful tool to enter into a state of relaxation, self-acceptance, compassion and awareness.

I am a Counsellor & Psychotherapist and a member of the Association for Counsellors & Psychotherapists. I am a trained person centred Art Psychotherapy having completed a four years honors degree. My role as facilitator is to provide you with a safe, caring environment where you will be met with empathy, support and kindness.

This class is suitable from aged 18 and over. It is held on a Thursday evening 7.30pm-8.30pm.

The cost per class is €10.  (Please note limited space is available to ensure individual attention).

All you need is plain white paper, pencils, crayons, paint or markers.

(Testimonial – I cannot recommend Deirdre highly enough. At the moment I am attending her on line Meditation/Art Class each Thursday and I love every minute of it. It is a lovely mix of meditation, relaxation and art. You need not be great, or even good at drawing/painting. Through this method of drawing etc., I am learning a lot about myself and my needs right now and it is a very freeing experience. Deirdre has many gifts….healing, counselling etc not to mention kindness and caring, and I’m so thankful to be part of this class) Pauline Daly.