I’m back… seeing clients for Life Coaching, acupuncture and reiki in Balanced Bodies Holistic Centre in Newbridge, Co. Kildare (with all the hygiene, social distancing and sanitising measures in place). I can’t wait to see you!
Come and join us for our Taster Day in aid of KWWSPCA (animal foundation).
Our Taster Day begins with a YOGA/ PILATES FUSION CLASS at 11am (donation based) – book in here: https://app.glofox.com/portal/#/branch/5d5bf494f508ed11541f0519/courses/5dbc5eaf311fd22819649cac/schedule/1572626042203/book
Followed by a beautiful RESTORATIVE YOGA CLASS at 12pm (donation based)- book here: https://app.glofox.com/portal/#/branch/5d5bf494f508ed11541f0519/courses/5dbc5f6487888d2b070fa708/schedule/1572626255397/book
Afterwards we will offer following holistic treatments/sessions starting at 1.30pm:
* Acupuncture (that’s me)
* Integrated Bodywork
* Shamanic Healing
* Spiritual Healing
* Somatic Movement Therapy
* Sports Massage
To book any treatments/sessions please contact Susanne on 089-2216472.
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be working (from tomorrow) in the beautiful new holistic centre Balanced Bodies in Newbridge, County Kildare. I’ll be offering Life Coaching, Acupuncture and Reiki sessions there.
Balanced Bodies is in the Courtyard in the centre of Newbridge town (beside the Whitewater Shopping Centre).
Parking is in the car park (you can buy a card there for a deposit of €20, which you top up accordingly, and which only costs €1.80 to park there for the whole day). Otherwise, on-street parking is available (free after 5.30pm).
Check out the website for all treatments, therapists, classes and membership options and for how to book online.
Otherwise, contact me directly on 087-1411662 or email@example.com
Today, I decide to spend the whole day chilling out at home. I have a lie-in, I meditate, I eat breakfast.
I reply to a few text messages. I attempt to get cheap car insurance. I have lunch. I read emails. I watch Whip It for the second time.
I awake several times in pain. I might still be able to fit in a workout tomorrow morning before my flight, I try to convince myself.
The following morning, I can barely put weight on my foot. I had felt the twinges in a couple of fitness classes but had chosen to ignore them. I had pushed myself too hard and hadn’t listened to my body. Maybe I need to become more balanced in my approach, I muse philosophically while simultaneously huffing with resistance.
The last few days have been strange. I went on a date that ended horribly. A man from my hometown was assaulted and later died. I visited a woman I know in hospital who was badly injured in an accident. And a client of mine passed away. She was a really lovely 36-year-old woman who is leaving behind a loving family, including three small girls.
What I’ve realised over these past few days is how much I’ve changed, how different my reactions are, and how grateful I am.
I’m currently rereading Anodea Judith’s excellent book Eastern Body, Western Mind. This morning, I completed an exercise on the Inner Family that I’m going to share with you.
Anodea Judith suggests making a list of the various parts of yourself. You might include the inner child, the clown, the achiever, the lover, the critic, and so on. In my case, I listed the lost child, the inner child, the lover, the romantic, the fearful one, and the warrior.
“We’re supposed to be different. Thank goodness.”
I posted these words on my Facebook page yesterday evening along with a quote from Susan Cain’s insightful book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.