The Feldenkrais Method. Mary Hunt.

Our healthy state of well-being is constantly being challenged by different aspects of and experiences in our lives. The key to health is to understand ourselves, so we enhance our strengths while minimising our weaknesses.

Through relaxation a person feels more at ease, secure, and can become open to positive change and better equipped to deal with life’s challenges.

It was while dealing with one of my own challenges in life, that I discovered the Feldenkrais method.

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Homeopathy for SAD.

In a follow-up to my last post ‘You can be Happy When you Have SAD‘ Noirín Carr McGarrigle very kindly took time to share her recommendations for treating SAD with homeopathy.

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Treating someone homeopathically with SAD means finding a remedy that matches the whole person. As a homeopathic practitioner I will identify personal symptoms, personalities, etc and match them to a remedy which will best stimulate the body’s own natural healing response. Continue reading

Too Old to be a Student?

How long ago is it since you left school or college? Have you been thinking of going back but you’re worried that you might be too old to be a student? Is it too late for you? My answer to this is, “no you are not too old”. I don’t believe there is any age that classifies you as being too old to go back to education. Don’t look at it as ‘going back’ but see it as a new path in your life, a new beginning and an exciting adventure.

You will never know where the path might lead you, unless you follow it!

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