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Meditation classes with Kadam Adam
The breath is the meeting place for the body, mind, and spirit. Through meditation, you can relax more and find inner peace. It brings positive feelings, lets you feel more at peace, and allows you to face the world more clearly. It helps relieve anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue, and lowers blood pressure, according to Des McGuire, meditation teacher.
Green Lotus Yoga is once again running its 200 hour foundation teacher training in January 2018 at The Yoga Shala, Gort, Galway. It is also offering a 300-hour advanced training for teachers and a variety of four day CPD trainings in yoga anatomy, yin, inversions, and tantra.
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.
Yo!Fit – leading personal trainer and yoga teacher join forces to create exciting new exercise concept
Two of Galway’s most experienced health and fitness professionals have teamed up to create an exercise class combining the best of fitness training and yoga. Personal trainer Sarah Thornton and yoga teacher Laragh Cunningham are behind Yo!Fit, a custom-designed programme they guarantee will switch on both body and soul.
A Mayo nutritionist will reveal the secrets to postponing the ageing process when she appears at Ireland’s biggest wellbeing event, the Mind, Body, Spirit and Yoga Festival in the RDS, Dublin, from tomorrow, October 24, to Sunday October 26. Colleen Kennedy promises to grab the attention of all those who wish to defy getting older when she gives a talk at the festival about ageing at a cellular level. The Westport herbalist and naturopath, who runs the Body and Mind Health Centre in the town, has based her presentation on countries which have the highest number of centenarians with a high quality of life.
The HiddenMind programme is a method of healing developed by Tom Griffin which combines bio-energy and the power of the subconscious mind to detect and heal the underlying energetic causes of symptoms and diseases.
Youth Work Ireland Galway and the CAPE, Circles and Peer Education, Project would like to congratulate their health and wellbeing group “Just for the Health of it” for achieving their Youth Pass Certificates.
A group of young people involved in organising an evening of prayer at Galway Cathedral in the run up to the festive season will take to the streets to encourage people to remember the true meaning of Christmas.