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Lughnasadh Weekend - Wellness for the Future

Navan Centre and Fort, 81 Killylea Road, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 4LD
Lughnasadh Weekend - Wellness for the Future


To conclude our mini festival of weekend events marking the Celtic festival of Lughnasadh, we invite you to join us for an early morning of meditation, yoga, drumming and dancing!

Lughnasadh traditionally marks the beginning of the harvest, the perfect time to gather together with others to thank nature.

Meditation coach, Ann from Xhale will support you during this special celebration of the harvest, exploring the magical link between meditation and creativity. Together, we will create a Lughnasadh Mandela using objects and paint derived from nature. This will provide clarity, focus, energy and wisdom to guide our mindfulness session.

A time to pause, appreciate and reflect, as well as to look forward to the future. Our morning Wellness programme will include sessions of meditation for the mind, yoga for the body, drumming for the auditory senses and, of course, no Lughnasadh celebration would be complete without some dancing!

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