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Aikido: True victory is self-victory

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that promotes self-awareness and personal development. Its techniques are entirely focused on self-defence, and involve unbalancing and controlling an aggressor without recourse to violence. Instead, relaxed, circular movements blend with the movement of the attack, and destabilize the attacker using his or her own momentum. The training develops physical stamina, resilience, suppleness, co- ordination, and timing. On a deeper level, aikido teaches how to face stressful situations with focus, resolve, and clarity. There are no competitions, and men and women of all sizes and physical conditions can practice safely together.

Community Diary

Easter party for aware

Fianna Fáil to hold public meeting on CAP in Rathowen

Fianna Fáil is to outline its alternative proposals to the Common Agriculture Policy in Rathowen next month.

Bohermore Community Centre opening is a boost to the locality

The opening of the Bohermore Community Centre is “another positive step in the effort to ensure the community has the resources it deserves”.

Mummers flock to New Inn this weekend

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Musicians and traditional music lovers from all over the Country will converge on the East Galway village of New Inn this weekend for the annual Mummers Festival , which takes place on this Saturday Jan 4 at 7.30 p.m, and Sunday afternoon Jan 5 at 2.30 p.m. in the local Leisure Centre.

Inishbofin Loop Walk

The third annual Inishbofin Loop Walk Challenge in aid of Cancer Care West will take place on Sunday August 4.

Furnace, Newport 10K walk

The 15th annual around the lake, Furnace 10K walk in aid of the Mayo Roscommon Hospice will take place on Sunday July 14, starting from Derradda, Community Centre (just off the Newport to Mulranny Road) between 12pm and 2pm.

Tommy Joe is right on time in Ballindine

The soggy weather did not deter organiser in chief, Dave Huane, from clocking up his fifth Annual Ballindine "Guess your own time" four mile road race last Saturday evening. A good field assembled at the top of the hill start at Ard Lugalisheen and all were checked over for watches and other timepieces, having 'guessed their own finishing time' when they entered.

Tommy Joe is right on time in Ballindine

The soggy weather did not deter organiser in chief, Dave Huane, from clocking up his fifth Annual Ballindine "Guess your own time" four mile road race last Saturday evening. A good field assembled at the top of the hill start at Ard Lugalisheen and all were checked over for watches and other timepieces, having 'guessed their own finishing time' when they entered.

Shantalla family names publication to get mayoral launch tonight

A publication recording the names of all the families who have resided in Shantalla over the past 70 years will be launched tonight (Thursday) in the city.

 

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