Metafit Classes Friday mornings at 10am begin Friday 13th in Millstreet GAA Hall. 30 min HIT using Bodyweight only! Summer bodies are waiting😎. Cost is €50 for 6 weeks. Contact through facebook.
(Carmel has taken over the ZUMBA class running in Millstreet GAA Hall on Tuesday nights.)
“We are very excited to be starting a Bump Room in Killarney. This class will be instructed by Ailish Mangan. Bump room classes incorporate exercises from pregnancy pilates, pregnancy yoga and pregnancy fitness. These are led by Chartered Physiotherapists with vast experience in women’s health who are committed to learning, sharing, teaching and supporting each other to create classes that deliver an excellent experience for our pregnant ladies.
Ailish graduated with an honors degree in Physiotherapy from Keele University, England in 2001. She worked in Cork University Hospital for many years gaining invaluable acute experience in areas such as ICU, orthopaedics, neurological rehabilitation, rheumatology and general musculoskeletal physiotherapy. [read more …] “Ailish’s New Bump Room in Killarney!”
NEW Beginners Yoga Course is back on Wednesday March 7th in Millstreet Parish Centre. The benefits of the yogic techniques are many, and if practised regularly they will transform your life and help you to live more centred, calm and balanced life. What will you learn and practice during this course:
– Nadi Shodhana Pranayama and three-point breath
– Sun Salutations A
– 14 Foundational Asanas (Yoga Poses)
– Relaxation Technique
– Introduction to Meditation
All welcome! For more info contact Irina: 0857180291 [fb]
We are looking for a space/stables for two ponies and and access to an arena/ or the option of being able to install a small outdoor arena in Millstreet Area ; to set up a children’s program and we would love to hear from you, if you know somewhere .Our availability is currently limited due to our location which is why we think Millstreet Area would be ideal due to train access & location and the association with International Equestrian Events .
What we do !
Horses Assisted Social Learning facilitates the development of practical life & social skills; for us it makes sense when you combine an outdoors learning program with working with horses the therapeutic benefit is tangible. We have delivered programs for children aged 4 + who have or are experiencing speech & language challenges bullying, anxiety, children who are shy & children struggling with confidence & communication (also suitable for teenagers & adults ).
The program we deliver is designed in conjunction with Parents, Teachers & Carers and or Speech & Language Therapist, Occupational therapists etc . All work is completed on the ground ie. sensory grooming, leading, obstacle courses etc. there is no horse back riding involved.
Please see http://equinelearningmunster.ie
Equine Learning Munster are a not for profit ethos ie. a social enterprise model that graduated from BNest Social Enterprise Incubation Program in the University of Limerick in 2017 .
Anne Keane and Cliona Browne presented a cheque for €3,320 to Dr Derek Power Medical Oncologist at the Mercy Hospital and Michéal Sheridan CEO of the Mercy Hospital Foundation for research into Pancreatic Cancers, preceeds from the pop-up shop at Minor Row on December 2nd last
Tender Touch is a mobile massage service where an experienced massage therapist (with diploma) travels to the clients private home, seniors care centre, or hospice. The massage is done in the comfort of your chair, wheelchair or bed. Gentle massage helps with circulation, rheumatism, pain control, and mental well being.
– back, neck, shoulders massage
– Indian head massage
– hand and leg massage
– facial massage
For more information, or booking yours appointment, please contact the Massage Therapist at: 087 2878082. 
FUNDRAISING TABLE QUIZ AID OF CANCER CONNECT
A table quiz will be held in Moll Carthy’s Bridge Bar in Kilcorney on this Friday night January 19th commencing at 8.30pm. This table quiz is in aid of Cancer Connect, an organization who provides transport to people for Cancer services in our Cork Hospitals. Your support would be very much appreciated for this worthy cause.
See more on Unislim Kerry/Cork – Abina’s Classes
On behalf of The Irish Blood Transfusion Service, we thank to all who contributed to the running of the Clinic in Millstreet last evening. 137 Donors attended our Blood Donor Clinic in Millstreet GAA Hall
This generosity and commitment to helping others is very much appreciated. Donating Blood is a precious gift that brings life and hope to patients, their families and friends. – from Monica Bell, IBTS
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service
Blood Donor Clinic
Next Tuesday, 24th October 2017
From 5pm to 8.30pm
at the GAA Hall, Millstreet
Millstreet Athletic Club
are staring a
‘couch to 5km’ training session
on Monday and Thursday evenings @ 8pm
meeting at Millstreet Town Park
All welcome. Come join the fun!
Eight sessions with a qualified instructor, nutrition workshop and entry into the Rebel Run
The closest one starts in Banteer Community Centre Thursday 7th of September 8PM.
To book your place, to see all locations, or too see further details, go to: CorkSports.ie
As Millstreet GAA is unavailable tonight
Zumba® with Liene is changed to Friday 7-8pm 😘
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will hold a Blood Donor Clinic in the The GAA Hall, Millstreet, on Monday July 3rd, from 5pm – 8.30pm. See more at giveblood.ie
Nicole Ryan featured on an RTÉ Prime Time feature on synthetic drugs last night, talking about the unknown dangers of the new breed of drugs, and how it affects people
Infinite TAI CHI – “Meditation in Movement” – gentle but powerful movement.
NEW Infinite TAI CHI classes are starting today Monday 22nd in Millstreet Parish Centre 7.30-8.30 pm
To book your place contact Irina at 085 7180291
Heartfelt thanks for the very generous support by the people and businesses of Millstreet regarding the recent Fundraising for the Guide Dogs Future Heroes Appeal. An excellent €470.00 was raised. We thank Hannah Crowley (who wishes to express her sincere appreciation for such a generous response to the Appeal) for this uplifting notice. (S.R.)
Last November the local papers reported that small levels of cryptosporidium had been found in the Millstreet water supply, despite the fact that an assessment in 2015 rated the risk of cryptosporidium as “very high”. The EPA recommended that even though there was no immediate health risk, Irish Water should install an adequate barrier against the parasite to ensure the town’s water supply is adequately disinfected at all times.
Thankfully Irish Water are reporting today that “Upgrade works are underway in Millstreet in North Cork to provide a new UV disinfection system at the treatment plant.” [theCork.ie]
Now, since UV disinfection replaces chlorine disinfection in other locations, wouldn’t it be great if this meant that our water will taste better when the install in completed 🙂 (Our water is disinfected by chlorination and fluoridation) [read more …] “New UV Disinfection System currently being installed”
Mr. Viru Bamarde is a clinical audiologist who has worked for ten years with the HSE. He has started his own clinic in East Village Medical Centre, Douglas, and his service is also available with Reen’s Pharmacy, Main Street, Millstreet.
For an appointment please contact him on: 086-4562732
Available audiological services: * Diagnostic Hearing Test for Adults & Children * Microsuction Ear Wax Removal (Simple, Clean & Safe). * Tinnitus (Ringing Noise in Ear) Management * Digital Hearing Aids Fitting & Prescription * Cochlear Implant & Deaf Help.
For further information on Viru, see the Irish Hearing Clinic website.
On March 19th there will be a family friendly timed 5km/10km run/walk in aid of Cork Neonatal Unit, which will begin and end at the Top Of Coom, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry.
Buggy friendly — Timed event — Run/Walk begins at 12 noon — Registration at 10:30am –Charity Number CHY17293
See more at fb.me/tinystepsforpreemiebabies or @tinystepsforpreemiebabies
Although he was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of ten, Liam Burke considers himself to be one of the luckier ones when it comes to this neurological disease characterised by seizures.
The Millstreet-based civil engineer, who is now 43, is grateful to be in full time employment and says his epilepsy is “infrequent at the moment and generally has been throughout my life”.
The cause of most cases of epilepsy is … Read the full article from the Evening Echo
Operation Transformation 2017 is well under way. The annual walk will start tomorrow evening at 7.30pm in Supervalu O’Keefe Millstreet car-park. This is being run by the Millstreet Athletics Club and a huge thanks to them. Refreshments afterwards. All recipes and weekly shopping list are all available in store. See https://supervalu.ie/operation-transformation for more details. Hope to see you all there.