If you’re looking for a fulfilling new career that can work around your lifestyle, have you considered training as a Reflexology Practitioner?Whether you are new to the health industry or wish to add to your range of professional skills, then The Irish School of Reflexology has what you’re looking for.The Ballybofey-based school is now taking enrolments for a new course beginning in September 2019. The courses are:> Easy to fit into your work schedule and run at weekends> Based in an easily accessible location> Fully accredited with the NRRI> Designed to train professionals to start their own Reflexology business upon certification.Irish School of ReflexologyThe Diploma consists of 150 hours of tutoring in the classroom and the 60 hours of practical work that the students must do at home.The Diploma is part-time (one weekend per month; Saturday and Sunday) and will cover A&P, the theory of Reflexology, holistic approach, how to read the feet, practical work and much more.At the end of the year, students will be awarded a Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology (recognised by all the major health insurance companies) and will be able to start their own practice. The new term is starting on the 7th and 8th of September 2019 at the Base Enterprise Centre – Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. It’s a part-time course, so participants only have to attend classes one weekend per month. Enrolment is open now at www.irishschoolofreflexology.comIrish School of Reflexology“The demand for Reflexology is growing,” says Tatiana Grosso Lawless, Principal of the Irish School of Reflexology.“More people are getting into Complementary and Holistic Therapies, because they start to understand that health is the results of a balanced life – mentally, physically, spiritual; and diet is important too.“They start to understand that we cannot be healthy if one of these factors is missing. We cannot be physically healthy if our mental health is not there. Our patients find also they get more long-lasting results with the help of Reflexology and they came back because of that.“At the Irish School of Reflexology, we provide professional training in traditional Reflexology that enables students to build their own successful practice or add to their existing healthcare practice. “The sequence we teach is the Eunice Ingham’s sequence, which I learned from my teacher Sr. Brega Whelan, a real pioneer of Reflexology in Ireland. She has been practicing Reflexology since 1982 and I was lucky enough to be in her last class, before her retirement and it has proven to be very effective as we use it all the time in our practices. “In our classes, we don’t teach a foot massage, but Traditional Reflexology! And it is our treatment what makes us stand out from other schools. Sometimes what is taught is more like a foot massage, but at the Irish School of Reflexology, we are very proud of our sequence.”Irish School of ReflexologyTatiana added: “Helping others to heal is our mission and the priority in everything that we teach. We aim to offer our students a fulfilling learning experience and build confidence in their ability to help others.“Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of Reflexology.” Irish School of ReflexologyThe school is affiliated with the NRRI (National Register of Reflexologists Ireland) and fully accredited.At the end of the year, students will take exams to earn their Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology. Students are supported with regular assessments, practice and homework to provide them with the knowledge to succeed.The course is a great opportunity to learn about Reflexology, meet like-minded people and make new friends. The standard of the training we provide is very high and the aim is to train professional therapists to start their own Reflexology business upon certification, to go to work in hospital, hospice and more.Irish School of ReflexologyA past student of the Irish School of Reflexology, who also works as a counsellor, said that studying reflexology has given her another way to support her clients.“In my practice I would meet a lot of clients who find themselves experiencing anxiety on a daily basis. For these clients, they have found that talking therapy was a very scary place to be at first, and tried other options. The main trend I’ve noticed with them is that they all had tried reflexology, and found themselves enjoying the treatment, teaching them to relax and remove signs of sore heads, eye pressure, sore shoulders, back and leg tension etc.“ISR has given me more tools to support clients but it has also taught me that it is really important to look after your own mental health and now I’m bringing it into the home where my husband and children are looking forward to me trying what I’ve learned on them, opening up communication.”She added: “I’m really enjoying the course and having it in Co Donegal is great for the county. It is lovely meeting new people and seeing everyone so excited in completing the course. Everyone is so helpful and I’m finding the notes a great help in studying. Thank you, Tatiana and Denise, for a wonderful course!”For more information, visit the website www.irishschoolofreflexology.comOr call Tatiana on 0862071065.Looking for a new career? Why not stand out as a reflexologist! was last modified: March 16th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:holisticirish school of reflexologyReflexologyTatiana Grosso Lawless
Motorists are being urged to take care this Sunday morning due to ice on many roads in Donegal.Freezing overnight conditions have caused hazardous icy patches and a sharp frost lingering in areas.The Donegal County Council roads department has alerted the public that there are slippy roads and widespread ice. “Drivers should drive with extra care,” the notice said. Council gritters were out on all routes this morning from 6am. Below is the list of gritted routes, but motorists should assume that no road is ice free:Donegal gritting route index as follows:06: Inishowen West04: Inishowen South01: National Primary North02: National Primary Central03: National Primary South07: Milford South08: Milford North09: Cill Ulta East10: Cill Ulta West11: Na Rosa12: Binswilly13: Stranorlar North14: Stranorlar East15: Stranorlar West16: Donegal West17: Donegal North18: Donegal South19: Donegal National Secondary05: Inishowen EastBT: Buncrana TownLT: Letterkenny TownTravel Alert: Icy roads across Donegal was last modified: November 10th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Scroll down to get insights and news updates from the Warriors’ game in Oklahoma City on Saturday for their rematch with the Thunder, who blew out Golden State in the second game of the season.GAME ESSENTIALS: Warriors (2-7) vs. Thunder (3-5) at Chesapeake Energy Arena, Saturday at 5 p.m. (PT). TV: NBCS.ODDS: Thunder -12. LAST REGULAR-SEASON MEETING: Thunder beat Warriors 120-92 in San Francisco on Oct. 27, 2019. WARRIORS UPDATE: D’Angelo Russell’s return from a …
8 March 2004South Africa’s aspiring young astronaut, 16-year-old Nomathemba Kontyo, arrived back in South Africa last week after spending two weeks with the National Aeronautical Space Agency (Nasa) in the United States.Nomathemba Kontyo, from Phillippi in Cape Town, joined 15 other student astronauts from around the world in working with the Mars Exploration Rover mission team at Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.The grade 11 learner at Fezeka High school in Gugulethu was chosen along with seven other girls and eight boys after excelling in an international essay contest run by the Planetary Society, a non-profit organisation with more than 100 000 members from over 140 countries.The Planetary Society’s “Red Rover Goes to Mars” project is an official part of Nasa’s Mars Exploration Rover mission. This is the first time that an international group of children selected through an open competition were able to participate in an active planetary spacecraft mission.The student astronauts worked with the scientists and engineers overseeing the science payload on Nasa’s twin Mars Exploration Rovers – named “Spirit” and “Opportunity” – robotic geologists that launched from Earth in June and July last year and landed in two different locations on Mars in January.The students participated in examining pictures from the rovers and attending team meetings with scientists and engineers grappling with choices about what orders to send the rovers.The students also served as ambassadors to the world at large, communicating over the Internet and through other media about life inside a Mars mission team. Meet the student astronautsRead the students’ reports from mission operations The students rotated through the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in teams of two, with each pair spending approximately one week at the facility. Nomathemba, along with Camillia Zedan from the UK, worked with the mission team from February 20 to 29.In her essay to the Planetary Society, Nomathemba wrote: “I am a female and live in an impoverished community. Being part of the Mars Exploration Rover mission would show that women could achieve anything they put their minds to and show learners from similar environments that through dedication and hard work, everything and anything is possible.“I would like to prove to all women and especially here in Africa that the time of a woman just being a housewife and cooking for a husband is long time over.“I would like to promote the importance of Maths and Science as it is subjects that so many in my community do not see the importance and relevance of.”SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
Indian rower Sawarn Singh and the pair of Manjeet Singh and Sandeep Kumar fell out of medal contention on Tuesday and now will be looking to make a respectable finish in the semi-finals of the 2012 London Games rowing competition at Eaton Dorney.Sawarn qualified for the semi-final ‘C’ of the men’s singles scull where the rowers will be vying for a place between 13th to 18th. Sawarn finished fourth in the third quarterfinal with a timing of 7 minutes 11.59 seconds. He was second after the 500-metre mark but slowly ran out of steam to finish fourth at the 2000m mark.Manjeet and Sandeep Kumar booked their place in semi-final ‘D’ of the lightweight doubles scull and will be looking for a finish between 19th-24th. The Indian duo qualified via a second repechage where they finished sixth with a timing of 6 minutes 54.20 seconds.
The Canadian PressAn Indigenous woman in Regina says she believes “people are going to die” because of the Saskatchewan government’s decision to shut down the provincial bus service.Connie Deiter said that’s why she has filed a complaint with the human rights commission alleging that the decision discriminates against her and other Indigenous women.Deiter said First Nations women took the bus because they couldn’t afford couldn’t afford cars.Read the Notice: STC“If you’re poor, you don’t have access to a vehicle, a lot of our people don’t, the only option is to hitchhike and that’s already happening,” Deiter said Thursday.“You’ll see people hitchhiking on the road now where they probably would have been taking (the bus). You never used to see them hitchhiking before … but now you’re seeing men and women with their luggage and their children. I saw that in Fort Qu’Appelle just a couple of days ago.”A friend picked up a First Nations elder who was walking with a cane and suitcase, Deiter said.She said a woman disappeared about two weeks ago while hitchhiking from Yorkton to North Battleford.“And this has been less than a month since the STC closed, so yeah I think we are looking at ‘Highways of Tears’ all over the province,” she said.Her reference was to a notorious stretch of highway in northern British Columbia that became known as the “Highway of Tears” after 18 women were murdered or disappeared since the 1970s.The Saskatchewan government said it would be inappropriate to comment on the complaint because the matter is before the human rights commission.The government shut down the 70-year-old Saskatchewan Transportation Co. at the end of May as part of an effort to tackle a $1.3 billion deficit.STC reported a net loss of $13 million in the 2015-2016 fiscal year and the government said it would need $85 million over the next five years to keep operating.The government hopes private companies will fill the void.Deiter said she’d like to see a system that’s partially funded or organized by the Saskatchewan government.In British Columbia, First Nations leaders and mayors pushed the government to fund transportation along Highway 16, which stretches between Prince George and Prince Rupert.The B.C. government finally came up with a transportation plan last year, but only after a decade of advocacy and a 2012 report from a missing women inquiry that recommended bus service along the 700-kilometre corridor where people often hitchhike to get around.Deiter said the change was only made after women died.She hopes Saskatchewan doesn’t wait for that to happen.“I just hope that the provincial government shows some sympathy or some empathy for those people who are going to be hitchhiking,” said Deiter.“I hate to be the one that’s being a foreteller of bad times, but I mean people are going to die and I’m hoping that there’s going be some sort of a change.”email@example.com
RELATED VIDEO: Q+A with GoodenoughSummit Business Media has promoted president Andy Goodenough to CEO. Goodenough replaces publishing veteran William R. Reilly, who will continue to serve as chairman and remains an investor in the company. “Going into the formation of Summit in November 2006, my plan was to drive the initial growth of the business for several years as CEO, and then step back to the chairman role,” Reilly said in a statement. Prior to joining Summit, Reilly served as chairman and CEO of F&W Publications (now F+W Media); as founder, chairman and CEO of Primedia; and as president of the Macmillan Publishing Company. Goodenough has more than 30 years of experience in b-to-b media. He served as president of the USB Corporation and as publisher of U.S. Banker before its sale to Thomson Media in 1993. He then served as president of Thomson’s banking publishing/conferences group and launched Highline Media in 2003, which was acquired as part of the formation of Summit in 2006.Earlier this month, Summitpurchased WiesnerMedia’s Denver-based Financial Group, marking the company’s seventh acquisition since its launch. Summit’s current portfolio includes 25 magazines, 150 reference books and electronic products, and 100 live events.
Dear Wilmington Residents,We have an opportunity on Saturday, April 27th to re-elect a very worthy candidate, Greg Bendel, to the Wilmington Board of Selectmen.I have had the pleasure of knowing Greg as a person and a community volunteer for several years and it is my honor to call him my friend. Over the years, I have continued to observe Greg’s dedication to his family, his friends and to the Town of Wilmington. For as long as I can remember Greg has always had a willingness to support key initiatives and important projects for the betterment of our children, our schools and our community.During Greg’s first term on the Board of Selectmen I have been impressed with his ability to assist the town leadership team with getting the town’s business done! Greg continues to be a key supporter of the suite of services the Town of Wilmington has to offer its residents such as public education, elderly services & senior housing, youth sports & recreational programs, community health, public safety and veteran affairs to name a few. Greg has been a fiscally conservative leader, an advocate for economic development and a board member who supports the public process. Greg will tackle any issue with transparency and will be the first to offer to help in any given situation.I have had the pleasure of serving on the Board of Selectmen with Greg and have witnessed firsthand his commitment to the Town of Wilmington. We accomplished a lot together and I will be the first to say we did not always agree on every town topic. However, we respected our common ground and our differences and I always appreciated Greg’s perspective on things. Greg is honest, ethical and of the highest moral character. While working with Greg I always knew he put his head and heart in every decision he made on behalf of the residents of the Town of Wilmington and is a man who tries to always do the right thing! For this reason and many others I am certain that Greg Bendel is the right choice for the voters of Wilmington on Election Day.With Greg’s impressive resume along with his personal qualities and attributes, I believe Greg continues to be an ideal candidate for Selectman. Greg is intelligent, articulate, a team player, a great listener and has the courage and tenacity to take on the most complex issues and render informed decisions. Greg is a great asset to the Wilmington Board of Selectmen and deserves to be re-elected so he can continue to work hard to maintain and improve the quality of life for all Wilmington residents and local business owners to enjoy.Please join me on Saturday, April 27th in voting for Greg Bendel for Selectman. Thank you.Sincerely,Judith L. O’Connell Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Shawsheen Tech School Committee’s Robert Peterson Sr. Endorses Bendel For SelectmanIn “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bendel Has A Proven Commitment To Helping SeniorsIn “Letter To The Editor”
2019 Audi RS5 Sportback review: Goody two-shoes “Research has shown people readily understand the heating and cooling dynamics to denote directions and the subtlety of temperature change can be perfect for certain feedback that doesn’t require a more intrusive audio or vibration-based cue,” said Alexandros Mouzakitis, JLR’s senior manager for electrical research, in a statement.In the future, this system might have a hand in self-driving vehicles, too. The automaker said that it’s also adapted this temperature-shifting technology to work with gear shift paddles, which could inform a driver that the swap between human and computer control is complete. Post a comment Review • 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque review: Style, now with more substance Share your voice Jaguar Land Rover 2:24 More about 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Land Rover Jaguar Preview • 2020 Range Rover Evoque first drive: Stylish SUV packs X-ray vision 2019 Lamborghini Urus review: Part SUV, part supercar 5 things you need to know about the 2020 Land Rover Range… Hey, neat, more pictures of the new Land Rover Defender Tags Auto Tech Future Cars More From Roadshow 13 Photos We’ve had haptic feedback in steering wheels for years now, and it’s a great way to notify the driver of a lane departure or whatever without requiring them to stare at a visual alert. Now, Jaguar Land Rover is taking it one step further by bringing temperature into the equation.Jaguar Land Rover this week unveiled its “sensory steering wheel concept.” Developed with the help of Glasgow University, the automaker is investigating whether using heating and cooling can alert drivers to less pertinent information. This wouldn’t replace haptic feedback, but rather it would create a lower-priority tier of messages with its own unique notification method.Here’s how it works. Each side of the steering wheel can be heated or cooled by up to 10.8 degrees Fahrenheit, and the rate of change is adjustable to suit the driver’s preference. It could alert drivers of an upcoming turn in either direction, when to change lanes or if there’s poor visibility ahead. For things requiring much more pertinent notifications, like a lane departure, haptic feedback is still faster and more efficient for communication. Now playing: Watch this: 0 2019 McLaren 600LT: Balanced and bonkers
Police arrested 103 Rohingya refugees from different parts of Patiya upazila of Chittagong from Sunday night till Monday morning.Acting on information that some Rohingyas were staying in different parts of the upazila, a team of police conducted an overnight drive and arrested 103 Rohingyas, said police officer-in-charge Sheikh Neyamat Ullah.All of them will be sent back to Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Ukhiya upazila of Cox’s Bazar, the OC added.Several lakh Rohingya people have entered Bangladesh in the last several weeks following fresh attacks on Rohingya Muslims by the Myanmar army in Rakhine State.At least 27 check-posts have been set up in Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar to prevent spread of Rohingyas to other places.