CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine) have announced that they will be holding two online open evenings in April, where prospective students can learn all they need to know about pursuing a career in Naturopathic Medicine. The college offers courses in many different areas of holistic care, including Nutrition, Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Natural Chef, Vegan Natural Chef and Health Coaching. They also recently published a series of videos seeking to inform members of the public on how they can help themselves and their loved ones during the coronavirus situation.
We regret to announce that due to the ongoing coronavirus, our planned ‘Fantastic Fungi’ screening has to be postponed. We will announce a new date soon, and your tickets will be valid for that showing. Thank you so much for your patience. Sending you all love and healing at this time!
Masters of Calm Ireland is a healthy and conscious-living initiative which takes the form of a three-day, family festival, held in Lough Erne over the summer. We were thrilled to feature them in our Spring 2020 magazine! Read on to learn all about them.
Our Spring 2020 issue recently hit the shelves – click here to find your nearest stockist, or subscribe to receive a copy direct to your door! We are pleased to share the Spring Vibes section of the magazine here. This segment is dedicated to showcasing up-and-coming holistic products, events, getaways and other highlights to infuse your new season with joy.
CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine) has long been a valued regular contributor to our magazine, and we love everything they do. They offer courses in subjects as diverse as herbal medicine, acupuncture and natural chef training. Curious? The good news is, they’re holding a series of free open evenings this March! Read on to learn more.
To celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) on March the 8th, The Trailblazery will join forces with Herstory to present “Women Rising’: a unique IWD Gathering. This Moon Medicine special experience is dedicated to shining a spotlight on some of the inspiring trailblazing female activists living in Ireland today. Read on to learn more!
The Celtic School of Yoga is an inspirational school that focuses on tying together the spiritual traditions of Ireland and India. It was born out of founder Jack Harrison’s great love for yoga, as well as folklore and music. In February, he and Benita Wolfe will host the third Celtic School of Yoga Teacher Training in Kinvara, Co. Galway. We were excited to learn all about it, in this extract from our Winter 2019/20 issue!
If you’re looking for a retreat programme that will enable you to powerfully connect with your own heart and reignite your passion for life, we highly recommend checking out Back to Life’s Wellness Retreat, which will take place from March 13th to 15th in Bobbio Retreat Centre, Magheramore, Co. Wicklow. Read on to learn all about it!
If you want to learn all about topics like nutrition, biomedicine, naturopathy and more, we highly recommend registering for CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine)’s open day on February 8th, where you will have the chance to learn all about their wide array of courses. The link to register for the event is here. Read on below to learn more.
We are huge fans of the beautiful Avondale Retreat here at Positive Life (click here to read the article Helen Holt wrote for us in our Winter 2019/20 issue) and we highly recommend the Sacred Waters Retreat for Women from May 22nd to 24th. Read on to learn all about it!