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'My Year of Living Mindfully' Film Screening - Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, 24 Main Street, Limavady, Derry/Londonderry, BT49 0FJ
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My Year of Living Mindfully
Thursday 16 May | Talk 6.30pm | Film 7.15pm
Admission: £10 full, £8 concession

This event is in Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre's auditorium with unreserved tiered seating.

Overwhelmed by ill heath, award-winning journalist Shannon Harvey conducted a groundbreaking experiment putting mindful meditation to the test. Documenting her investigative well-being journey across the world, My Year of Living Mindfully reveals transformative insights about humanity in the twenty-first century. Harvey's exploration goes beyond conventional health advice, offering a profound perspective on holistic wellbeing. Before the film, there will be a guest talk by Michelle Major who will share some mindfulness techniques. Michelle Major is a popular inspirational and motivational keynote speaker in the field of wellbeing, stress and trauma at various conferences and events. Additionally, she is a Certified Somatic Experiencing Trauma Practitioner, Bodyworker, Senior Accredited Resilience Coach, and International Accredited Trainer.

Film: 96 mins | PG 13 | 2020 | Documentary | English language | Director Shannon Harvey

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