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A fantastic one-day health and wellness event will be held next month at the stunning Claregalway Castle in Galway.
Do you suffer from occasional heartburn, reflux, gas, bloating, flatulence or diarrhoea?
Passionate about the holistic approach, Galway woman Maura Farragher of Enigma Wellness Clinic, a qualified nurse and midwife, has more than 20 years of experience of patient care, nurturing clients with a combination of complementary therapies. Enigma Wellness Clinic recently opened upstairs at The Huntsman, College Road. Those who benefit greatly from the Enigma approach are people who may suffer from tiredness and fatigue, low mood, anxiety and stress, sleep issues and insomnia, fibromyalgia, stomach and digestion complaints, sinus problems, hay fever, and migraine as well as infertility and pregnancy induction.
National experts in employee financial and mental fitness will share practical advice on pensions auto-enrolment and stress management at the Wellbeing at Work breakfast event on 14 November at the Galway Clinic.
Believe it or not, it is half way through the year. How has 2018 been going for you in terms of wellness?
Until this weekend, Weight Watchers Ireland continue their Wellness with Weight Watchers Week. As part of their Wellness week Weight Watchers are opening their meetings to visitors, so if you have ever wondered just what happens at Weight Watchers you are welcome to pop along to any class.
This month, Sallyann O’Sullivan launches her new wellness talks series. As part of this series, a natural wellness conference will take place at Salt in Galway Crystal on March 20.
Wellness Fest 2017 – Féile na Folláine, Castlebar’s newest festival, will take place in the Ivy Tower Hotel on Saturday, December 9. The festival is being organised by the CRCfm Events Team, as a fundraising event for Mayo Cancer Support-Rock Rose House and CRCfm. The event will be a celebration of all aspects of wellbeing; it will explore different treatments and therapies, and will also hosts talks from experts in a range of different fields.
Volunteer Galway this week launched their Wellness Initiative during National Mental Health Week. The initiative emanated from a report published earlier this year by Volunteer Ireland titled ‘The impact of volunteering on the health and well-being of the volunteer’.
At Galway Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre the aim is simply to get clients to their ideal health both physically and mentally and stay there.