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Luisne Centre in Bray opens doors for spirituality and well-being

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Sister Miriam and Sister Barbara.

Sister Miriam and Sister Barbara.

Sandra Shaw and Geraldine Flynn.

Sandra Shaw and Geraldine Flynn.

Irene Milner and Barbara Perry.

Irene Milner and Barbara Perry.

Barbara Svecova of Sonic Journey giving Micheline Corr a sound bath.

Barbara Svecova of Sonic Journey giving Micheline Corr a sound bath.

Fidelma Nolan, Anne Murray, Nora Grady attended the Luisne Centre Open Day.

Fidelma Nolan, Anne Murray, Nora Grady attended the Luisne Centre Open Day.

Anna Fiona Keogh and Fran Burns who run a course exploring movement and dance.

Anna Fiona Keogh and Fran Burns who run a course exploring movement and dance.

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Sister Miriam and Sister Barbara.

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Luisne Centre for Spirituality and Well Being welcomed all to their Bray base recently for a Saturday open day.

Location at the Egan Centre, the organisation is its range of services and wanted to provide an opportunity for therapists in the fields of spirituality and well-being to meet the team with a view to joining.

They also wanted to showcase some of the therapies on offer.

The day included sound baths with Barbora Erin Nielbrab, meditation with Sr. Miriam, sacred dancing with Sr. Barbara, therapies with Irene Milner, and visits to the in-house meditation and therapy rooms.

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People were also able to meet with the centre’s tutors, therapists and volunteers to learn more about how they can help improve their well-being.


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