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Six years ago Siobhan Laheen Day decided to open a Weight Watchers class on a Saturday morning in Galway city.
The RE/MAX Ireland annual awards were held recently in The Killashee Hotel, Naas, where RE/MAX Galway were presented with two awards.
The new Weight Watchers class in Moycullen (upstairs in The Coach House Pub) is getting great support from local businesses.
Valerie Leahy, a busy, working mum-of-two, celebrated her 50th birthday last year over six stone lighter, thanks to Weight Watchers. She lost 85lb in only 11 months, going down five clothes sizes, and reversing two serious health conditions in the process (largely due to weight loss benefits).
Until this weekend, Weight Watchers Ireland continue their Wellness with Weight Watchers Week. As part of their Wellness week Weight Watchers are opening their meetings to visitors, so if you have ever wondered just what happens at Weight Watchers you are welcome to pop along to any class.
Although the Weight Watchers Flex Programme only launched in Ireland on January 1 it has been embraced with enthusiasm and excitement already, and classes are buzzing with happy members who are enjoying Weight Watchers' best programme ever, and more importantly, losing weight.
Every year so many people make promises of a healthier future and end up giving up through no fault of their own. The usual gym scene does not look after those of you who are getting back into a fitness routine or perhaps making an attempt at doing so for the first time. This is where Fitness 35 comes in.
Weight loss is a subject very much to the fore at the moment with so much media attention of the statistics which say that we will have the most obese people in Europe by 2030.
The RE/MAX Ireland annual awards, held recently in The Pembroke Hotel, Kilkenny, saw RE/MAX Galway bring three awards to the west.
Supermac’s won Retail Franchise of the Year at the Irish Franchise Awards 2016 last Friday night which took place in the Radisson St Helen’s Hotel in Dublin. The awards, held in association with AIB, recognise excellence in franchising and reward the outstanding achievements of businesses and individuals in the franchise industry. The Irish Franchise Awards celebrate 21 years this year and it is one of the longest running business award ceremonies in Ireland. 230 guests attended the black-tie gala event hosted by Newstalk’s Jonathan Healy. Mr Tony Fitzpatrick was honoured with a Special Lifetime Achievement Award at the ceremony.