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PHOTOS: Marianne Lynch Network Ireland Limerick Event a huge success

At the Marianne Lynch Network Ireland Limerick, networking event in the Savoy hotel was Network Ireland Limerick President, Louise Lawlor, Blink Design, Gillian Horan, The Pudding branding agency, Ann Morris, Skillnet and Edwina Gore, Gore Communications.

Network Ireland Limerick, supported by the LEO and Savoy Hotel, is a progressive, dynamic organization supporting the professional and personal development of women. It provides a forum for women in business and the arts to network, exchange ideas and to increase their business contacts at monthly networking events. All businesswomen, both self-employed and employees, are welcome to join Network Limerick.

Network Ireland Limerick is a branch of Network Ireland – a non-profit, voluntary organization with over 500 members which is supported by AIB and Vodafone.

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Enjoying a cup of tea from Cahills on Wickham St at the Network Ireland Limerick, networking event in the Savoy hotel was Guest speakers Ann Morris, Skillnet, Eleanor Purcell, Cahills Wickham St and Marianne Lynch, The Mindful Therapist with Network Ireland Limerick President, Louise Lawlor, Blink Design





Over 40 people attended the Network Ireland Limerick “Minding You” event on Wednesday 9 November at the Savoy Hotel, Limerick to learn mindfulness and breathing techniques that help combat stress and burnout. Marianne Lynch, a Psychotherapist, Mindfulness teacher and Coach, spoke about the importance of self-care in an increasingly busy world and shared techniques and simple tools that are easy to incorporate into the busiest of lives. 

Marianne Lynch is a Psychotherapist, Mindfulness teacher and Coach. She has been working in the area of education and development for over 20 years. Marianne has a clinical practice in Limerick City and also delivers mindfulness-based training to business, schools and community organizations nationwide. 

Beforehand, Eleanor Purcell of Cahill’s provided a tea-tasting session and talked about wellness teas and why the ancient ritual of tea-making can almost be a meditative experience that people are beginning to embrace once more.

Louise Lawlor, President of Network Ireland Limerick said, “This was an extremely successful event with excellent feedback from attendees.  It just shows that so many people are looking for ways to help deal with the frantic pace and demands of life.”

The final network Ireland event for 2017 will take place on Wednesday 14th December. 

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.