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Yoga and body sculpturing classes in Headford and Cong

Niamh Jones, owner of Xhaleyoga in Headford, has more than 10 years’ experience working in the yoga, healing, and fitness industry. She was introduced to Bikram hot yoga in Australia and went on to Los Angeles, California, to train with Bikram Choudry. She was the first to bring Bikram yoga to Ireland and Galway some eight years ago. She is also a certified Ashtanga yoga instructor and specialises in yoga therapy for back problems. She continues to train with some of the world’s best known teachers.

How to relax your body and mind

We all know that relaxation is good for our health – body and mind. Many of us have ideas about how to relax: We watch TV, go for a walk, read a book, go on holiday, lie beside the pool, go for a drink, or go to the cinema. But what is relaxation actually? True relaxation means no tension in the body and a peaceful, calm, state of mind.

How to relax your body and mind

We all know that relaxation is good for our health – body and mind. Many of us have ideas about how to relax: We watch TV, go for a walk, read a book, go on holiday, lie beside the pool, go for a drink, or go to the cinema. But what is relaxation actually? True relaxation means no tension in the body and a peaceful, calm, state of mind.

Bio-enegy meditation workshop

Many Shaking Meditation groups have sprouted up throughout the country recently and now you can take part in one on October 4 in Lough Lannagh Village, Castlebar from between 10am to 5pm.

Introduction to meditation

Most of our lives are very busy and we often fail to experience and enjoy quietness. From a spiritual perspective constant activity and noise can block our awareness of God’s presence in our lives. The Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, is offering a one day course on learning meditative prayer techniques.

Hot Body thaws the frozen ice

Having spent Christmas and New Year’s housebound and gravitating towards the warmth of our fires and stoves, it only goes to show that we all crave that natural warmth when temperatures plummet beneath freezing. That natural hibernation has been unavoidable of late — and good for us. Although the heat indoors is attractive, being inactive has been unfortunately unavoidable. We all know that we need to exercise regularly in order to remain healthy. That is why doing yoga as your choice of exercise and allowing your body increase its temperature in a preheated room, 40°C, promotes massive benefits.

 

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