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To run and manage a beautiful city centre salon is the stuff of dreams for ambitious and talented beauty therapists, and for two Galway city businesswomen, it is a dream come true.
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.
Take the weight off your mind by spending an hour with your breath. The mind presents us with the problems of the world, but it doesn’t itself have the means of resolving them. It depends on the strength of our bodies and the resources of the world around us.
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.
Temple Spa provides the guest with the experience of feeling healthy and well. When this experience is combined with information, instruction, and practice on diet, exercise, and relaxation techniques, one has the tools and the motivation for lifestyle change.
Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful natural experiences a woman can have but it can also have its downside: strecthmarks.
Let your feet do the talking! And if they could they would tell you they feel tired and heavy, dry and cracked, and definitely under appreciated. We keep them covered for 70 per cent of the year; we squeeze them into the highest stilettos and smother them in runners. Do they not deserve more?
Building on the success of last year, the Gigginstown Midlands National Day at Kilbeggan Races today, Friday July 16, is set to be the biggest meeting at the racecourse to date. Khan Boutique in Mullingar is sponsoring the Best Dressed at the event and will present the winner with a prize worth in excess of €2,500. This year the Khan Best Dressed will be judged by Xposé regular, Image magazine fashion contributor, and Sunday Independent beauty editor Triona McCarthy; top Irish designer Rachel Mackay; and head of news from Midlands 103, Clara Walsh.
This weekend at the Auld Shebeen, Moate there is something for everyone as they celebrate the Flower Festival in conjunction with St Mary’s Church of Ireland, Moate which takes place from Friday July 9 to Sunday July 11.
Have you tired, aching back muscles? Do you feel you have tried everything to relieve it but nothing works? Well Temple Spa has the solution.