Wagamama: Mindfulness this May
Mindful eating centres around the concept of bringing mindfulness and eating together
Adhering to an ‘eat good – feel good’ mantra, Wagamama seek to bring mindfulness to eating, and to educate and inspire on the topic of mindfulness itself.
Throughout the month of May and June, customers will be encouraged to practice mindfulness in their everyday lives, even while slurping ramen, with adult colouring sheets and pencils available in all Wagamama restaurants.
Aware is a remarkable charity supporting thousands of people living with mental health problems in Ireland. Throughout the two-month campaign, Wagamama Ireland will donate 20c from every large juice sold to help in their mission to improve services, awareness and understanding around mental health.
This is just one way that Wagamama seek to break down stigmas and open up the conversation around mindfulness and wellbeing Mindfulness is a simple and powerful practice of training our attention. Mindful eating simply means giving what you eat and drink some thought and taking time to appreciate the experience in full. Stop and appreciate the appearance, aroma, texture and flavours.
Since 1992, Wagamama has become a firm favourite for anyone who loves delicious, nutritious and high-quality food in Ireland. From hearty and nourishing ramens, super-tasty teppanyaki stir-fries to warming curries, donburi rice bowls, energising juices and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options, Wagamama’s nourishing menu is as extensive as it is delicious!