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Aoife Ni Eochaidh is a chartered physiotherapist and winner of the BPW and Irish permanent Galway Young Business Woman of the Year Award. She is an experienced chartered physiotherapist who runs her private clinic from Suite 14, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic in Renmore, Galway. Ms Ni Eochaidh has announced new home pelvic routine courses, which are affordable digital learning courses for people worldwide with incontinence and pelvic conditions.
Yoga Mara aims to bring balance and calm back into the hectic lives of guests through yoga, meditation, nutrition, mindful art, and inspiring conversations. The Yoga Mara philosophy is simple… take time. Time to relax, refresh, and revitalise.
As part of Healthy Ireland’s Keep Well campaign, Sport Ireland has produced a series of exercise videos aimed at keeping new mums, older people and children with sensory needs in the best possible shape over the next few months.
Runners of all abilities can benefit hugely from using a plan to help structure their training towards a target race or goal.
On the back of a successful Tri Talking Sport Virtual Bike Week hosted in partnership with Galway City Council in September of 2020, which featured an online bike spin utilising the cycling platform Zwift, a weekly virtual cycle has been taking place on Monday nights ever since, hosted by Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport and Oliver Harkin, Primed Coaching and PARC Tri Community.
With Pilates a stronger core, back, and pelvis are the main rewards, as well as increased flexibility, strength, and range of movement. The emphasis is on defining and strengthening key muscle areas, and if you do it properly, you can really feel the burn.
Anatomy Physiotherapy, based in Claremorris, is a practice focusing on Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health.
Since that decided nip arrived in the air last week, it feels as though autumn is definitely here, although the golden sunny days might hang around for a little while yet if we’re lucky. It can be easy to give up on the garden at this time of year and I’ve definitely been guilty of that myself over the last month or so. As summer ends and growth slows, things tend to get overgrown and a bit neglected, plants sprawling and looking past their best – just like humans do at the end of a party. Not that anyone can remember what a party’s like just now, obviously.
Chairman of the Athlone Regional Sports Centre, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has welcomed the opening of a multi-purpose outdoor fitness park at the location which is certain to provide activities for all ages for recreation and enjoyment.
Further enhancing the stellar suite of options presently available within Athlone Regional Sports Centre, an outdoor fitness park encompassing a wealth of family laden activity choices, will be unveiled to the public on Monday (September 21).