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Health and Herbs is holding an open day at its premises on Sea Road on Saturday from 12 noon to 4pm in aid of local charity Enable Ireland.
Experience the many wonderful healing benefits of massage therapy — an ancient art of natural medicine practised for thousands of years — with Helen Momo at Indigo Holistic Healing Centre.
Vertigo is the sensation of spinning even when you are standing completely still. Your surroundings appear to be moving either vertically or horizontally. Severe vertigo may indicate a disorder of the balancing mechanisms in the inner ears, such as Ménière’s disease.
Indian head massage has many benefits for physical and emotional health. Regular massage helps reduce stress, aids relaxation, improves blood circulation, relaxes muscles, improves sleep, improves hair condition, and helps relieve sinusitis. Massage therapists do not diagnose medical problems and massage does not replace the need for medical attention.
Massage is a combination of various movements used to manipulate the soft tissues to relax, stimulate and rehabilitate the whole body or part of it.
The idea that you could be bikini-ready in 90 minutes might sound too good to be true, but with the Bikini Bootcamp treatment at the Skincare & Beauty Clinic, Glasson Pharmacy your dreams of a beach body could very soon be reality!
The newly opened Cleo Cosmetics in Abbeygate Street, Galway, offers customers a wide rage of natural beauty products including mineral make up, natural soaps, relaxing bath bombs, moisturisers, body scrubs, lip balms, and massage oils.
Is your skin feeling lifeless, looking dull and exhibiting a few more blemishes than you are comfortable with?
Devon Holistic Health Clinic is located in Devon Park House, 108 Lower Salthill, an excellent location with free parking and on the No 1 bus route. The clinic has therapy rooms, a yoga studio, and a room for weekend workshops. Proprietors Deirdre Irwin and Sinead Murphy offer a range of therapies.