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The Indian head massage, a wonderful holistic therapy, works on the head, neck, and shoulders, relieving tension and re-balancing energy. It brings an easing of tension, and a sense of relaxation and wellbeing. Headaches are relieved, muscles are relaxed, and other parts of the body also respond to this treatment.
Holistic Fairs Ireland, Ireland’s foremost New Age events company, are holding their next Holistic and Psychic Health Fair in the Bloomfield House Hotel, Mullingar on Sunday November 7 from 11am to 6pm.
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The Indian head massage is a wonderful holistic therapy that works on the head, neck, and shoulders, relieving tension and re-balancing energy. It brings an easing of tension, a sense of relaxation, and wellbeing. Headaches are relieved, muscles are relaxed and other parts of the body also respond to this treatment.
A career in teaching from the International School of Make Up Artistry/College of Health and Fitness is now being offered as a diploma for qualified beauty therapists, make-up artists, nail technicians and massage therapists, which includes Indian head massage, Swedish massage, holistic massage, and aromatherapy.
Anne Tobin is 26 years in the beauty business this year. Ms Tobin trained in Ireland’s prestigious first beauty college in Dublin. She then went on to teach beauty, worked for a cosmetic company, and opened her own beauty clinic in Castlebar in 1984. In 1992 she worked in London gaining vast experience in advanced beauty courses including nail technology.
The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is located on the aptly named Sky Road overlooking the quaint alpine-like village of Clifden, Connemara. It is nestled in the romantic setting of the Twelve Bens with beautiful views overlooking Clifden Bay.
This week we talk to the manager and director of Energié gym in Briarhill Business Park, Galway.
Despite an ongoing recession Galway consumers are set to head European Christmas household spending this year. The average household spend in a Galway house this Christmas will be €1,354, of which €688 will be spent on gifts, €422 on food, and €264 on socialising, according to an annual survey by accounting firm Deloitte.
The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) Ireland West will hold its first annual family day at the Galway City Museum on Saturday from 1pm to 4pm.