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Galway Rural Development (GRD) in collaboration with Youth Work Ireland Tuam, Solas Family Resource Centre Headford, Gort and Loughrea Family Resource Centres will be hosting a Lone Parent Seminar for East Galway in the Family Centre, Dublin Road Tuam Co. Galway. The seminar will run on Monday October 16 from 10am to 3pm.
Yoga and mindfulness have several benefits for children and young people’s physical and mental health.
Tai Chi, known in China as "Taijiquan", is a martial art created more than 450 years ago, combining deep breathing, Wushu movements, and exercises to increase and balance Qi (energy) flow.
One of Galway’s foremost yogis, Aisling Reidy of Optimum Health, is bringing the first yoga festival to Galway along with some of the country’s most accredited yoga teachers. The festival will run at Esker Monastery in east Galway from Friday April 28 to Sunday April 30. This is a full bed and board festival, so from the Friday to the Sunday, attendees will stay on site at Esker.
AROMATHERAPY TO ENHANCE YOUR HEALTH AND YOUR HOME
Manage the racing mind
Mindfulness is effective because it allows us to step out of autopilot, where we are out of touch with our thoughts and feelings and barely register the taste of the food we eat or the sensation of the cool breeze on our face as we walk down the street. Instead, mindfulness trains us to notice each moment with curiosity and kindness.
There are currently hundreds of mindfulness courses and workshops available up and down the country. But it is worth asking whether they are all the same and of similar quality. Dominic Cogan unpacks the meaning of mindfulness.
It’s the new year and the time when a lot of us are eager to set new goals for ourselves whether it is to lose weight, become fit again, or perhaps to get more enjoyment out of life. Many sign up for gym memberships or join a sports club to overcome that sluggish feeling that seems to develop as a result of the winter weather or maybe a bit of over-indulgence over the Christmas holidays. It can also be a time when people are willing to try out new approaches such as mindfulness to help with stress or chronic pain.