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With more than 30 years experience as a Jungian Therapist, Brendan Harding has a history of positive outcomes from his healing practice.
With more than 30 years experience as a Jungian Therapist, Brendan Harding has a history of positive outcomes from his healing practice. Sandplay (or Sand and Symbol Therapy) is a guaranteed way for dealing with whatever life throws at you.
Galway's Shark Swimming Club has been named the Connacht Swim Club of the Year for 2017 for overall excellence, and also won the Clubmark Award for corporate governance.
Shark Swimming Club Galway is celebrating more than 40 years promoting and encouraging competitive, recreational, and enjoyable swimming. As a non-profit, volunteer-led, competitive swimming club, it is great to see how the club has grown and developed over the years. While it has seen many changes it has retained its strong ethos of encouraging competitive swimming, as evident by the many swimmers who have grown up and are now sending their own children to the club. Indeed some swimmers have come back and are part of the excellent coaching team
We spend on average six to eight hours in bed every night. In this time, the position of our body can affect how we feel throughout the day. Just as we need to maintain good posture during the day when sitting and standing, we need to use good posture when sleeping.
Despite producing a battling display, Westmeath still suffered a 4-18 to 0-18 Bord na Mona Walsh Cup loss to Kilkenny at Cusack Park last weekend.
Functional wellness is a practical solution which maintains health and hygiene. Better-Bedding Mattress Protection products (Protect A Bed) are manufactured with fabrics that have been combined with Protect A Bed’s proprietary Miracle Membrane®. These fabrics are waterproof, yet cool, quiet, breathable, and comfortable to sleep on while keeping your mattresses, box springs, and pillows clean and protected from human moisture, allergens, accidents, and pest infestations.
Traditionally in Ireland, the working farm dog has always been the border collie and this is still the case today. The black and white pooches with their low, loping, stride are still a familiar sight on the backroads and laneways of the countryside moving their woolly charges from one pasture to the next. Other herding breeds are occasionally used, such as the New Zealand huntaway and the Australian kelpie. A well trained dog with the right temperament is worth its weight in gold to a farmer.
A new business that has just opened its doors in Castlebar is sure to appeal to the many pet owners out there who are tired of their dogs shedding their fur on the furniture and covering their clothes with hair.
There is a new act attracting lots of attention at Claremorris Town Hall.