Our Spring 2020 issue is set to hit the shelves on Friday, March 6th, with oodles of great content lined up for you to enjoy. Our main feature this issue is an interview with the famed author and speaker Dr. Gabor Maté. Read on for a special sneak peek!
Mark Cleary is a healer, meditation, yoga and martial arts instructor. He runs a clinic in Dublin and hosts workshops and retreats where he holds space for healing on many levels.
Having worked with thousands of people here in Ireland and on his travels around the world, he began to notice similar patterns when people presented physical imbalance and disease. As he asked certain questions about the emotional state of the person, they would wonder how he knew so much about them.
Tonight he will share with you this concept to help you look at yourself from a different perspective and show you how you can bring about an improvement of your physical and emotional dis-ease.
Our evening with Mark will take the form of a one-hour talk, followed by a quick break, then a one-hour Q & A session with members of the audience.
This event will take place on Thursday February 27th, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. Click here to book your tickets.
Have a Positive Valentine Night with Joanne Faulkner of Shiatsu Conscious Cooking and her new book ‘Good Food: Better Sex’, a guide to intimacy and love using traditional Chinese medicine and food.
During this evening, Joanne will show you how to use the 5 elements of Traditional medicine to interpret your body’s symptoms and how to use the five flavours of food to treat emotional and physical conditions. She will discuss how the ancient art of using food as medicine can help you harness your powerful, creative sexual energy and direct it for better health and longevity. There will be tasty no sugar Millet Muffins to sample from the new book and together Joanne will talk about foods and demonstrate potent acupressure points to help with a range of conditions from low libido to night sweats and premature ejaculation.
More than just a cookbook, this is a journey with food providing the path back to love and acceptance for our sweet selves. We will discuss recipes that have sexual health benefits but more than that, we can learn how to empower and cherish ourselves with food.
Click here to learn more and book your tickets.
Joanne Faulkner is a Shiatsu practitioner specialising in the energy of food in Traditional Chinese Medicine and runs a busy Shiatsu practice in Dublin, Ireland. Her Shiatsu & Conscious Cooking Demonstrations and Cookery Retreats regularly sell out. Currently, she serves as Chairperson of the Shiatsu Society of Ireland, ensuring the standards of Shiatsu practice in Ireland. Blogging regularly on her food and health-focused website www.joannefaulkner.ie, she is a published author of “Good Food: Better Sex” and “Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking”: both modern cookbooks full of delicious recipes, Traditional Chinese Medicine plus acupressure points for health and wellbeing.
We were excited to feature the popular Evergreen health food store in the Short and Sweet section of our Winter 2019/20 issue. Read on to learn all about their top tips for fighting off the winter cold!
CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine) are long-serving writers for Positive Life, and we love what they do! We were especially excited to read this article by Ciara Roberts, which appeared in our Winter 2019/20 issue. She described what her studies with CNM meant to her, both in terms of her personal healing journey, and how she now works with clients. Read on to learn all about it!
April Danann is a medical intuitive, bee keeper and ‘natural rebel’ who is passionate about helping people to enhance their health naturally. She produces delicious barrel fermented Apple Cider Vinegar and Herbal Kombucha, and manages to forage, grow and seek out the natural everywhere she goes. She also has a clinical practice in Herbal Medicine and Naturopathic Nutrition in West Cork.
We are thrilled to welcome her for a very special evening in Bewley’s Café on Thursday December 12th to talk about the changing consciousness that both we and the Earth are experiencing. Consciousness is rising, we are waking up on the physical realms of life … and we are not alone in this journey inward. Our rise coincides with the ascension of the Earth.
Climate change? How about a consciousness shift?
April says: ‘Energy medicine, raising the vibration of our cells is not complicated or even difficult. What it takes is persistence, patience and discipline. You have to walk it, take each day as it comes, believe in yourself and most of all – trust your body to do the work.’
‘This is what ascension is all about: A vibrational shift taking place on a cellular level. This is not going to happen when you are eating McDonald’s or drinking water from the municipal supply. How would you expect your cells to shift (permanently) while a continuous supply of poisons are ingested. It is not going to happen.’
‘As an intuitive here is what I am certain about – you must change your diet, you must take exquisite care of your body, and you must carry on even under the most difficult of circumstances.’
Our evening with April will take place on Thursday December 12th, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. Click here to book your tickets.
If you’ve ever been curious about the healing practice of kinesiology, one good place to start learning about it is this interview with seasoned practitioner Siobhán Guthrie, which was featured in our Autumn 2019 issue. She had plenty of wisdom to share!
If you are experiencing mental health challenges and seeking support, we recommend the amazing DAWNCLOUDS support groups, founded by Colin Devereux. Read on to learn more!
Hema Vyas BSc (Hons) is one of London’s top psychologists, hypnotherapists and spiritual mentors. She comes from a long lineage of Vaidyas (ayurvedic doctors) and is a renowned speaker in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality, health, energy medicine and the science of Ayurveda. We are excited to be welcoming her to Positive Nights on Thursday September 19th, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in the Central Hotel, 1-5 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.
In this extract from our Spring 2019 magazine, we heard from a number of CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine) students, who told us how their decision to enrol in CNM’s Naturopathic Nutrition course changed their lives and their careers.