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Our Tech for Good January event focuses on nurturing our mental health and staying well with a showcase of the KeepAppy App and a practical demo of some meditation and yoga techniques to beat the January blues.

 

Co-Founder and CEO Aimée-Carton Louise of KeepAppy will share the inspiration and process for developing the award-winning mental health wellness toolkit and demo its features. At our event the KeepAppy team will preview publicly for the first time new gamification features. Using the tools recommended by psychologists, KeepAppy is designed to maintain and enhance users’ mental wellbeing. KeepAppy has ten features in its toolkit, based on the three centre pillars of prevention, growth and care. The KeepAppy team are committed to the #TechForGood movement and for every single subscription to the app by donating they match a free app donation to someone chosen by the helplines they have partnered with.

 

Colm Fallon:  Colm is founder of Project One Sky, a wellbeing startup for schools, and aims to bring meditation to as many people as possible using a secular approach. He will talk about the benefits of meditation and give a short demonstration. Paul focuses on the benefits of meditation not only for the individual, but as an antidote to the current set of crises we now face, using science to demystify ancient wisdom systems.

 

Emilia Krysztofiak: Emilia is a sought after photographer, who works with global tech companies, multiple agencies and entrepreneurs on their online brand’s identity. To help keep balance in her own life she studied and started teaching yoga and meditation. She will share practical yoga poses that you can do sitting at your desk. She leads classes in Dublin for corporate groups

Presented by First Fortnight in association with Tech for Good Dublin (www.techforgooddublin.org)



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