Energy Healing Therapist and teacher. Emily works with individuals to help them tap into their own inner self- their ‘tranquil spirit’ to learn about and understand the importance of self-care.
Michal Niedzialkowski gives an insight into the history and benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine and how it is used to not only treat illness but also used promote active health. Michal is a member of the PRTCM. Further information and contact details for Michal can be found at http://www.prtcm.org/
Together meets …. Juanita Duke. This weeks show not only sets out to tell one woman’s story about why it’s so very important to truly follow your passions but how doing so can not only lead to your own success but also has the ability to inspire others to follow their dreams. Juanita also shares an amazing business opportunity for individuals … Read More
Together meets…. Mary O’Sullivan to learn a little more about why our very own Mary O’Sullivan is so very passionate about volunteering, some of her personal experiences as a volunteer and how she believes that by giving freely you are likely to get so much back in return. We also learn how volunteering led her to Together FM and how the station is … Read More
The Access Group in Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partenership’s Access Group are working hard to promote their Wellness Sessions and to raise awareness around various supports available for people in the community to encourage participation.
What you want to do with your life is very clear for some people but for many others making those all important decisions around what and where to study in order to find a fulfilling career that makes you happy is not always so easy. Listen in as Deirdre Dowling discusses some of the challenges for young people in making … Read More
A fab health initiative ‘being delivered by Intelligent Health on behalf of Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership, Dublin City Council, Healthy Ireland, The Dormant Accounts Fund and Sport Ireland’ aimed at getting people up and active within their communities in a fun and engaging way. “Beat the Street is an evidence based intervention to increase physical activity levels across … Read More
Following on from our interview a couple of weeks ago in the lead up to the big ‘Dip in the Nip fundraising event for Cancer Research, this week in studio listen to the chat and afterthoughts from three first time dippers Cathy Barry, Mary O’Sullivan and Mary Farrelly. Let’s just say it was an amazing experience and to see nearly … Read More
With so much to offer its members Ballyfermot Youthreach is a busy and productive place to be. Providing options to gain recognised accreditation the centre also focuses on personal development, confidence building and communication skills. Listen to this great interview by some of its members and local administrator Bernadette Tyrrell. Hear from personal experience what two students had to say … Read More
Karen Healy has been involved with co-ordinating the now annual ‘Dip in the nip’ fundraiser for the last six years. A strong supporter and advocate for this very worthy cause took time out of her busy schedule to fill us in on the reasons behind this ‘bare all fundraiser’ who takes part, how to get sponsorship, what happens on the … Read More
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