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 firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m very excited to be a part of Junefest Wellness Day Sunday 16th June in Ryston in Newbridge, especially as it’s for such a worthy cause (all proceeds go to Hope-D).
I’ll be offering Acupuncture treatments as well as giving a class on Mindfulness & Positive Living.
Other therapists will be offering Massage, Reiki and Reflexology.
There will also be classes in Yogalates, Yoga and talks on Tapping (EFT/Emotional Freedom Technique) and Energy Work and Healing.
Check out the Facebook page for updates and more details.
Junefest Wellness Day
I’m looking forward to seeing you there 😊
The past month has been weighed down with money worries, career anxiety, fear for the future and feelings of insecurity. This in turn has had an effect on my self-esteem; how I see myself and how I feel when I’m with others.
The main outcome of a much-needed business coaching session this week was that I need to love myself. And yesterday, I had another revelation.
Today I attend a Life Coach for a much-needed, sort of dreaded business coaching session. We speak about timelines and deadlines. The Life Coach draws a “To-Do” box on the whiteboard. We also discuss ideas, fears and things that are weighing me down.
I confess that I’ve really been beating up on myself lately. I’ve been comparing myself unfavourably to others, calling myself names and believing that I’m “less than”. My mean streak is at a peak.
Upon request, we’ll be running a class on Homeopathy & Health in The Lifeflow Centre on Saturday 30th April from 10am – 1pm.
Come along to learn how to use your first aid homeopathic kits to treat yourself and your family for everyday ailments.
On the day, we’ll also be sharing helpful tips on diet, supplements and natural remedies to boost health, happiness and general well-being.
The cost of the class is €30.
Please contact us via Facebook, email (email@example.com) or phone (087-3336709) to secure your place.
Here are directions to The Lifeflow Centre:
Go over the bridge passing the schools then take the second exit off Buckley’s Cross roundabout at Pfizer. Drive for 1.7 kilometres (passing straight through one roundabout). Take the left at Baroda Stud/Connelmore Cross. Drive for 1km then take the first right directly after a short white wall. Drive 1.5km over motorway bridge and it’s the fourth entrance on the left with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.
From the Limerick/Portlaoise direction:
Take exit 12 off the M7. Take the fourth exit off the roundabout then the first exit off the next roundabout heading for the Kilcullen road. Go over speed bumps then take the left immediately after the Athgarvan School. Go straight through the traffic light crossroads passing the Athgarvan Inn on your left. Go over the river, past Rosetown Stud and Rugby Club. Go over the motorway bridge and take the left at Corbally Cross. After Corbally Harbour, it’s the sixth entrance on the right with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.
From the Dublin direction:
Take exit 10 off M7 then take third exit off roundabout for Newbridge. Go straight through roundabout at Toughers. Take the first exit off Buckley’s Cross roundabout at Pfizer. Drive for 1.7 kilometres (passing straight through one roundabout). Take the left at Baroda Stud/Connelmore Cross. Drive for 1km then take the first right directly after a short white wall. Drive 1.5km over motorway bridge and it’s the fourth entrance on the left with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.
Leave the M9 for Kilcullen. At the first set of lights in Kilcullen, take a left. Follow the road out of town then take the right for Athgarvan. At the Athgarvan traffic lights, turn right. Go past Rosetown Stud and Rugby Club. Go over the motorway bridge and take the left at Corbally Cross. After Corbally Harbour, it’s the sixth entrance on the right with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Kind regards from all at The Lifeflow Centre.
As you know, I recently injured myself while exercising. What I neglected to mention was that, prior to this, I’d regularly been getting sudden pains in my head.
At the time, it struck me that I probably needed to take it easy but I just couldn’t stop. I was always on the go and I was exercising more than ever. I felt tired a lot but adrenaline was fuelling me and I thought I was doing great.
I’m currently making my way through Susan Jeffers’ bestseller Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. So far, I’ve learned that there’s no point in waiting for the fear to subside before you tackle something.
There’s also no sense in assuming that none of those successful people out there experience fear. They do. To quote the book title, they feel the fear… and do it anyway.
The other day, I was listening to a show on Hay House Radio. The topic was the importance of having your own personal cheerleaders – friends who will rally around during the tough times and cheer you on to succeed.
One of the women referred to a time she was speaking at an event. She asked the audience: “Who here has someone they can call when something goes wrong?” Everyone immediately raised their hands.
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.