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This Mayo team have never shirked away from a challenge, they have shown over the past six years they will give it their all. After having to swallow the bitter taste of defeat for the first time in the Connacht championship in more than half a decade against Galway they faced some hard truths. Cillian O'Connor recounted some of those sessions in the lead up to Sunday's All Ireland semifinal against Tipperary last week. "It wasn't enjoyable, it's not easy to go through things when they have gone wrong but you have to just face up to them, you can't hide away and hope they fix themselves so we just got back training," the Ballintubber ace recalled.
After a seven month tour as the lead singer of Heartbeat of Home, a new show from the producers of Riverdance that has received rave reviews, Lucia Evans will be returning to Galway and giving one-on-one singing lessons and vocal coaching.
Imagine an Ireland where everyone in the country has the chance to learn to play a musical instrument, from the fiddle to the guitar, the drums or even the saxophone. This is the driving ambition of Glaoch an Cheoil, a new series for TG4 produced by Mind the Gap Films. The show aims to unite unused or discarded musical instruments with people who have always wanted to learn to play, but never had the opportunity. Four music hubs are being established (one in each of the provinces) – and the Connacht centre will be in Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet, Co Mayo.
Recent trials in the UK have shown that the Alexander Technique can be a valuable treatment for those suffering back pain. The technique was devised by Fredrick Alexander in the 1890s. It is a process of unlearning poor postural habits that cause unnecessary strain. The technique is taught in one to one lessons, and most people find them very therapeutic and educational, and notice benefits from the onset.
The new term for tennis lessons in Claremorris Tennis Club begins on January 19.