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Meet the lineup for Sunday, June 13 at our Ultimate Wellness Weekend

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Here's what is on the agenda for our Ultimate Wellness Weekend, from yoga and meditation to a sleep panel with the experts. Plus, each registered attendee will be entered for a chance to win the new Fitbit Sense.

Are you struggling to unwind? Or to get a good night’s sleep?

We spend an average of 26 years of our life asleep, and yet over the course of a lifetime, few people are consistently good at it – even less so during the last year.

Sleep is the ultimate act of self care. And it is something on which we can always improve. 

Join us on Sunday, June 13 for a day of self care and learning, to relax and unwind ahead of a new week. 

What’s more, when you register for this complimentary event, you will be in with a chance of winning your very own Fitbit Sense*!

What’s on the Agenda

On Sunday, join Moons Yoga for a relaxing ‘Move & Be’ yoga and meditation session, followed by an informative panel discussion on how to master all things ‘sleep’ for the entire family with our editorial director Dominique McMullan, pediatric sleep consultant Lucy Wolfe, Dr Laura Lenihan GP and Breege Leddy of The Insomnia Clinic.

Register now below

Sunday, June 13

  • 12pm: Yoga and Meditation with Moons Yoga

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One of Ireland’s most renowned wellbeing facilitators, Sinead Mooney practices, teaches and often speaks about wellness. Her multifaceted credentials include being a certified meditation coach, a yoga teacher, a yoga teacher trainer and keynote speaker.

She aims to help others arm themselves with the coping mechanisms they need for modern life, especially as we navigate a post-Covid world. Her home base is Moons Yoga Loft – a boutique studio space in Blackrock focused on mindful movement and meditation. She is one busy – but mindful – mná.

  • 2pm: Sleep Panel with host Dominique McMullan, Lucy Wolfe, Dr Laura Lenihan, Breege Leddy

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Lucy Wolfe

Lucy Wolfe is a globally renowned child Sleep Consultant and author of bestselling book The Baby Sleep Solution, as well as being a mum of four children. She is an expert in the field of childhood development, the inner relationship and sleep.

Her unique parent-attentive, sensitive, and emotionally appropriate approach to establishing positive and realistic sleep practices has helped many families. Her Gentle Sleep Shaping, Percentage of Wakefulness Approach is designed to encourage a secure, loving parent-child relationship and developmentally relevant sleep tendencies. 

Dr Laura Lenihan

Dr Laura, GP and clinical director at Dr Laura Clinic, is one of the most relatable and honest voices online in the health industry. With over 51,000 Instagram followers, and counting, her genuine and applicable approach to health, especially in the areas of women’s health, paediatrics, dermatology, and skin care, has ensured she is trusted by thousands.

Dr Laura lives in Galway, where she has just opened her own GP and skin health clinic. Along with supporting women and families on Instagram, Dr Laura actively writes for her own website sharing advice and support on some of the most asked questions on family life, and other varied issues. She also contributes to national newspapers and magazines and has guested on various podcasts as an expert in her field.

Breege Leddy

Breege has an array of impressive qualification surrounding sleep and mental health. She is a clinical physiologist with an international RPSGT sleep qualification and a CPD in Behavioural Sleep Medicine. She’s also worked as a senior sleep physiologist and was manager of Clinical Physiology at Mater Private Hospital in Dublin.

In 2013, she founded the first ever dedicated insomnia clinic in Ireland. The Clinic has locations in Dublin and Cavan, as well as an online service. Breege is a member of the executive committee of The Irish Sleep Society, a member of AASM (American Academy of Sleep Medicine) and the Society of Behavioural Sleep Medicine, as well as a regular contributor to media.

This event is a two day virtual retreat for the body and mind. If you would like to sign up for both Sunday and Saturday’s events you can register below.

Register for Sunday, June 13

Register for Saturday, June 12


*Terms and conditions apply. One entry per person per day. Winners will be chosen at random and will be contacted on Tuesday, June 15.

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