Neily McSweeney, Ballydaly would like to thank everyone who sponsored him for taking part in the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle. €2,065 was raised and donated to Pieta House. Please see below letter from Pieta House:
Planning permission has been approved for the second phase of refurbishment and extension works at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital Millstreet. The planning application was submitted to Cork County Council in February, following the completion of the first phase of works in 2018.
Permission includes the construction of a single-storey extension to the existing hospital, consisting of 11 ensuite bedrooms, dining room, kitchen store and changing facilities, new extended day rooms, toilets and assisted bathrooms, administration offices, relocated staff changing facilities, laundry room, plant room, meter room, new link corridor, and secure garden courtyard. Permission has also been granted for the demolition of several structures within the grounds, including two existing single-storey rear extensions, part of a rear kitchen extension, garden wall to the rear of the site and roadside wall to the front of the building. [read more …] “Planning Permission for Millstreet Community Hospital Extension Gets the Green Light”
CHI KUNG and TAI CHI can be defined as a way of using posture, gentle movement, breathing techniques and visualisation to circulate, purify, and gather the chi or life energy.
CHI KUNG ( or Qi Gong) literally means “chi work” or “working with chi”. Chi Kung is known in ancient China as “the method to repel illness and prolong life”
Practising TAI CHI regularly can improve coordination, relieve stress, promote overall wellbeing and peace of mind and strengthen immune system.
Wednesdays June 26th, July 3rd & 10th 6.30-7.45pm
Millstreet Parish Centre
Each class will consist of gentle Warm Up, “Golden Sun” Infinite Chi Kung & Infinite TaiChi moves. Suitable for all. Cost : 30€
Finally it looks like the Air Ambulance based in Rathcoole is to get the go-ahead:
“Minister for Health, Simon Harris, TD, announced today (Friday) that a new aeromedical service in the South will be launched in the coming weeks following the signing of a Service Level Agreement between the HSE and Irish Community Rapid Response.
Welcoming the news, Minister Harris said “I am delighted that a new aeromedical service in the South will commence shortly. I would like to thank the HSE National Ambulance Service and Irish Community Rapid Response for its commitment in developing this Service Level Agreement and ensuring the necessary clinical and corporate governance arrangements are such that the new service will be safe, robust and sustainable.
The service will see the establishment of a charitably funded Helicopter Emergency Medical Service in the South, which will operate from Rathcoole Aerodrome, just northeast of Millstreet, County Cork. The service will complement the existing aeromedical services and improve aeromedical access to the South of Ireland …”
[read the full statement on the Department of Health website]
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YOGA IN CULLEN COMMUNITY CENTRE
ON TUESDAY THE 22nd of January at 7.30pm
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What follows is an important message from one of the six groups of TY students from Millstreet Community School who have qualified for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition which will be held in Dublin in January 2019. They are hoping that you will be able to assist them. Thank you, in advance…
Our project has been selected for the BT Young Scientist competition, The title of the project is ” The effects of psoriasis on adolescent mental health in 2018″ As a teenager with the condition, the topic is of personal interest to a group member and we believe that the stress it causes is overlooked in its treatment. We are interested in finding how other young people deal with the condition and would appreciate if you could complete the below survey. Thank you. Hannah Keane and Ria Buckley.
So much of our worries and concerns in our day to day lives and in our health are based on deeper emotional patterns and trauma and by recognizing this we can speed up our recovery and build a whole new and improved self loving relationship with ourselves. Which is so important in these busy times. So much of our worries and concerns in our day to day lives and in our health are based on deeper emotional patterns and trauma and by recognizing this we can speed up our recovery and build a whole new and improved self loving relationship with ourselves. Which is so important in these busy times.
I want to provide a safe, nurturing place to support people in healing physically, emotionally and spiritually, as well as finding their joy and love to then reach their fullest potential.
Acupuncture: Chinese medicine that works with the bodies own natural healing ability to support people’s wellbeing and address a huge variety of health complaints
Herbal Medicine: Chinese herbal medicine to support the acupuncture treatments
Natural Fertility: One of the key aspects of my treatments, to support women in their fertility through acupuncture, herbs and healing
Celestial Heart Healing: Combine the different elements of promoting self-love, moving through trauma, healing Ancestral patterns and supporting family or group healings
Crystal Healing: Work with crystals and a crystal amethyst bed to encourage healing on physical, emotional and spiritual levels
House clearing and blessings: Working with people to clear the energy in their homes if they are new, or if people are experiencing some form of stagnation in their lives or family home as well as expecting any new beginning
Bio-Resonance: This is a non-invasive therapy which involves placing bands on your wrists to diagnose & treat health complaints. It scans electro energy wave lengths in your body and counteracts them to restore Balance
Thank you for being here, love and blessings – Kathleen
On behalf of The Irish Blood Transfusion Service:
“Our thanks to all who contributed to the running of the Blood Donor Clinic in Millstreet. 106 donors attended our Blood Donor Clinic in Millstreet GAA Hall. This generosity and commitment to helping others is very much appreciated. The precious gift of Blood brings life and hope to our hospital patients and their communities.”
“I had my dinner from it and mom had her dinner from it and there was still some leftover so I put it into my lunchbox and had it for lunch the next day” – Chloé describes her experience with cooking from the Smart Store Cooking recipe book utilising the ingredients already in her family home. Planning nutritious, easy to follow meals while reducing food waste is something Chloé incorporates into her busy student life.
Saskia Schmiedel from Kilcorney has recently opened up an Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic on the Millstreet Road in Macroom. She graduated from Carlow IT with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy, and as a Certified Athletic Therapist, specialises in the prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.
Tickles and Giggles – Baby Massage Classes
Thursday, August 16th at 10am – 12pm
at Rena Buckley Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic, Cork Street, Macroom
=> Learn to massage your baby over a 5 week course, meet other mums and enjoy a cup of tea and some home baked treats [further details]
On behalf of The Irish Blood Transfusion Service, please pass on our thanks to all who contributed to the running of the Millstreet Blood Donor Clinic in Millstreet GAA Hall, where 126 Donors attended.
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.
Monica Bell, Donor Services, The Irish Blood Transfusion Service
Kilcorney Parent/Toddler Group are hosting Early Years paediatric First Aid Course on Thursday June 7th at Kilcorney Social Centre from 7-9:30. Very worthwhile for parents, grandparents, and childminders. Cost €30. To book a place contact Mary 0876403530.
See more on Kate Murphy Occupational Therapist
The very best of luck to Jenny Schmiedel who is taking part in the World Pole Dance Championships in Tianjin, China, next Monday (May 14th). Jenny, moved with her family years ago from Germany to Kilcorney, and wanted to do the exotic sport from the time she was a teenager, and her move to college in Cork gave her the chance she wanted.
Now she has achieved her dream of opening her own studio near CIT at EM Fitness and Nutrition where she gives pole dancing classes to all ages ranging from teens up to those in their 50’s and older.
Infinite TAI CHI, CHI KUNG & Meditation
Hosted by Irina Infinite Arts
Infinite CHI KUNG is a powerful practice to get in touch, cultivate and preserve the Chi or Life Energy.
During this course you will learn & practice:
* Infinite CHI KUNG – cultivate Radiant Chi
* Infinite TAI CHI – alignment, balance, focus
* Infinite MEDITATION – peace and joy
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.)