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Since launching their successful physiotherapy service last year, Whelehans staff are often asked are all ‘physios’ the same? Unfortunately the answer is no. Unlike other medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, up until recently there has been no protection in Irish law for the title of physiotherapist in Ireland. This means that in essence, anyone such as a ‘massage therapist’ or ‘sports therapist’ has been able to assume the name of ‘physiotherapist’.
The Georgina Price College of Beauty, Galway is currently enrolling for its summer 2014 schedule of classes. The college received a 100 per cent CIDESCO success rate in the examinations held at the college last June.
ISHSKO Centre, Westport would like to introduces its new staff member—Lynda Morrissey.
Sports massage was originally developed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons.
GALWAY ARTIST and teacher Denise Hogan and Reiki teacher Arja Sweeney are hosting a weekend workshop, entitled The Art and Reiki, on January 26 and 27 from 10am to 5.30pm.
Connecting with the goddess and working with the chakras is a way to connect our body, our minds, and our souls. The goal is to balance our lives and live in a holistic way where equal care is given to body, mind, and soul. On this one day workshop, Tracy Fitzgerald will guide you through information and meditations that you will help you introduce the goddess into your life and balance your chakra system.
The Oranmore Lodge Leisure Club has some great ideas for Christmas gifts and stocking fillers. What better way to start the New Year than with a membership voucher with access to the fantastic facilities and classes?
•The South Galway Athletic Club is hosting a workshop next month to help runners new to distance running. The workshop which takes place on October 7 in the Lady Gregory Hotel, Gort, will co•The South Galway Athletic Club is hosting a workshop next month to help runners new to distance running. The workshop which takes place on October 7 in the Lady Gregory Hotel, Gort, will cover various topics, including a presentation on nutrition for endurance running by Maria Keane MA,sports dietitian; a questions and answers session with former Irish marathon champion Michael O'Connor and massage therapist Ian Egan, and a presentation by a running specialist on gait analysis, to ensure runners are wearing the correct footwear. For further information contact club secretary Margaret Walsh at [email protected]
There are many factors that can impact on your ability or inability to lose weight and it is important to address as many of these issues as possible when embarking on a weight loss programme, otherwise one can in effect be ‘pushing against the tide’. There is no magic pill, but with careful consideration of the factors below, a good plan can be put together.
A beauty therapist at the five star g hotel has clinched a prestigious award.