Farmer raised in West Limerick developing a garden devoted to mindfulness

first_imgFacebook NewsLocal NewsFarmer raised in West Limerick developing a garden devoted to mindfulnessBy Staff Reporter – May 24, 2018 1785 West Limerick hosting Taste the History food event Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The mindfulness garden will be launched during the 2018 Old Butter Roads closing events when Bryan McCarthy from Greene’s Restaurant and Cask, takes up residence in the Ballinwillin kitchens. The award winning chef will use ingredients from the locality and team them with the venison and wild boar literally on the doorstep of Ballinwillin to create a selection of dishes that will be paired with wines from the Mulcahy family’s vineyard in Hungary.On Friday 8 June a wine tasting session in the wine cellar will be followed by a bao bun supper in the on site wine barn and on Saturday 9 June food writer Aoife McElwain will host a workshop.  The author of “Slow at Work – How to Work Less, Achieve More and Regain Your Balance in an Always-On World” will discuss her book and interview Pat to find out more about his journey from West Limerick to wine making and how he incorporates meditation into his everyday life.  Aoife penned her book as a way of recovering from her own personal experience with burnout and has begun to learn the importance of knowing when to go fast and when to go slow.Booking for events is essential by contacting Ballinwillin on 025 84979. Visit the Ballinwillin House Farm Facebook page for more details.More local news here. Twitter Surviving the Shock Mindfully with Gerry Raftery TAGSBallinwillin HouseBallyagranMichelstownmindfulnessWest Limerick Limerick Social Enterprise Awarded Quality Mark Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gerry Raftery: Ten Mindful Habits for the Present Crisis Practicing Mindfulness at home during Covid-19 Previous articleFormer TV Dragon to give insightful business talk in LimerickNext articleFine Gael’s top men stay silent on referendum Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Seven Limerick post offices confirmed for closure Patrick MulcahyPicture: Donal O’ Leary A farmer who was raised in Ballyagran in West Limerick is developing a garden devoted to mindfulness which will be unveiled next month.Pat Mulcahy of Ballinwillin House and Farm in Mitchelstown in Co Cork decided to create the holistic garden on his property in response to the mental and physical aftermath of the worst winter he has experienced since his move to Co Cork 40 years ago.The former West Limerick man has the only combined organic farmed venison and wild boar farm in Ireland the UK and operates a B&B in the 18thcentury house and courtyard wing which hosts guests from all over the world.“Every morning I meet individuals from all walks of life,” explained Pat. “It has become more and more obvious to me from our early morning conversations that there is an increasing need to nourish the body with good food and allow time for the mind to relax. I practice mindfulness daily and it is essential to help me start and end the day on a positive note. Last year we created a ‘Thinking Path’ on the property for guests to enjoy and I am confident the mindfulness garden will be a welcome addition.”Patrick & Miriam Mulcahy Ballinwillin HousePicture: Donal O’ Leary Printlast_img

first_imgFacebook NewsLocal NewsFarmer raised in West Limerick developing a garden devoted to mindfulnessBy Staff Reporter – May 24, 2018 1785 West Limerick hosting Taste the History food event Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The mindfulness garden will be launched during the 2018 Old Butter Roads closing events when Bryan McCarthy from Greene’s Restaurant and Cask, takes up residence in the Ballinwillin kitchens. The award winning chef will use ingredients from the locality and team them with the venison and wild boar literally on the doorstep of Ballinwillin to create a selection of dishes that will be paired with wines from the Mulcahy family’s vineyard in Hungary.On Friday 8 June a wine tasting session in the wine cellar will be followed by a bao bun supper in the on site wine barn and on Saturday 9 June food writer Aoife McElwain will host a workshop.  The author of “Slow at Work – How to Work Less, Achieve More and Regain Your Balance in an Always-On World” will discuss her book and interview Pat to find out more about his journey from West Limerick to wine making and how he incorporates meditation into his everyday life.  Aoife penned her book as a way of recovering from her own personal experience with burnout and has begun to learn the importance of knowing when to go fast and when to go slow.Booking for events is essential by contacting Ballinwillin on 025 84979. Visit the Ballinwillin House Farm Facebook page for more details.More local news here. Twitter Surviving the Shock Mindfully with Gerry Raftery TAGSBallinwillin HouseBallyagranMichelstownmindfulnessWest Limerick Limerick Social Enterprise Awarded Quality Mark Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gerry Raftery: Ten Mindful Habits for the Present Crisis Practicing Mindfulness at home during Covid-19 Previous articleFormer TV Dragon to give insightful business talk in LimerickNext articleFine Gael’s top men stay silent on referendum Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Seven Limerick post offices confirmed for closure Patrick MulcahyPicture: Donal O’ Leary A farmer who was raised in Ballyagran in West Limerick is developing a garden devoted to mindfulness which will be unveiled next month.Pat Mulcahy of Ballinwillin House and Farm in Mitchelstown in Co Cork decided to create the holistic garden on his property in response to the mental and physical aftermath of the worst winter he has experienced since his move to Co Cork 40 years ago.The former West Limerick man has the only combined organic farmed venison and wild boar farm in Ireland the UK and operates a B&B in the 18thcentury house and courtyard wing which hosts guests from all over the world.“Every morning I meet individuals from all walks of life,” explained Pat. “It has become more and more obvious to me from our early morning conversations that there is an increasing need to nourish the body with good food and allow time for the mind to relax. I practice mindfulness daily and it is essential to help me start and end the day on a positive note. Last year we created a ‘Thinking Path’ on the property for guests to enjoy and I am confident the mindfulness garden will be a welcome addition.”Patrick & Miriam Mulcahy Ballinwillin HousePicture: Donal O’ Leary Printlast_img

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