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It’s important to detox and rejuvenate your body

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By Jill O'Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio  

Our bodies are well equipped to eliminate toxins, it's happening all the time internally - but lifestyle can slow it down.

It's up to us to keep it going. A car won't drive if it uses petrol and you put diesel in..... we need to look after our bodies and put the right fuel in such as healthy fresh fruit, vegetables and plenty of water. Our bodies just needs a little help to enhance the natural detoxification process. By making a few small changes it will increase energy levels, help you to lose weight, feel better and give your skin back its glow.

Limiting alcohol is one of the best ways to keep your body's detoxification system running strong. Excessive drinking can severely damage your liver function by causing fat build up, inflammation and scarring. It also causes dehydration which can lead to digestion issues.

Good quality adequate sleep each night is a must to support your body's health and natural detoxification process. Sleeping allows your brain to reorganise and recharge itself as well as remove toxic waste and by-products that have gathered throughout the day. Poor sleep has been linked to short term health consequences such as stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Not eating after 7pm can lead to a good night's sleep as your body doesn't have to digest the food while you rest.

If you need a little help to start the detox process and get you in the right frame of mind, try our Universal Contour Body Wrap. It's a great motivational tool to help start the elimination of excess toxins. The wrap helps to tighten loose skin, smooth cellulite and soften your skin. On the other hand, it's a really relaxing, fabulous treatment to treat yourself to. It will boost your motivation to encourage you to detox for the days following your treatment. It will help you to stick to a detox diet that is sustainable going forward, with less processed and more natural fresh foods.

For more information or to book a detox wrap call Jill on 064 6632966.

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Coolick National School to launch online lotto

A popular primary school in the Killarney area is launching a new fundraising initiative this week to support and improve the education experience of the children it serves. The Coolick […]

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A popular primary school in the Killarney area is launching a new fundraising initiative this week to support and improve the education experience of the children it serves.

The Coolick National School Lotto is now live; offering a weekly prize, a weekly jackpot and a range of valuable spot prizes at launch.

Coolick NS first opened its doors in 1870 making it one of the county’s oldest primary schools. The school and pre-school is home to over 130 children from the locality. This is an increase of 20% over the past 5 years taking enrolment to an all-time high.

Coolick NS School Lotto Chairperson and parent, Pádraig Leane says properly resourcing primary school services is crucial:

“The cost of providing education is rising and the school grants provided by the department, although valuable, only do so much. We want to overcome this challenge with our school lotto. The school has a range of immediate needs but also longer-term goals to expand our facilities, add more sports equipment, wellness programmes, student support programmes and increase extra-curricular trips,” he said.

First on the list is a new set of school jerseys, gymnastics mats, replacement of end-of-lfe iPads and further expansion of their Tír na nÓg play area for the younger pupils.
Coolick National School Principal Gearoid O’Sullivan remains focused on providing the best for the children of Coolick.

“As a school we are committed to providing the best equipment, teaching and learning resources, outdoor spaces and a school interior that helps nurture each child. This school lotto will help us with our commitment to provide the very best for the school and especially for the pupils in our care,” said the principal.

The staff and students of Coolick National School are appealing to families, friends, past pupils, members of the local community, stakeholders and supporters to get behind the weekly school lotto. It is hoped that the option of 1 line for €2.50, 2 lines for €4 or 3 lines for €5 will encourage everybody to contribute. A lotto draw will take place each week with a maximum jackpot of €2,000 to be won.

Signing up is easy; through the school’s website https://www.ourfundraiser.ie/org/coolickns

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Live TV audience date with Daniel O’Donnell at INEC

People of Killarney will have the opportunity to participate in a live television audience with Daniel O’Donnell. TG4 television’s highest rating country music series of concerts is coming to the […]

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People of Killarney will have the opportunity to participate in a live television audience with Daniel O’Donnell.

TG4 television’s highest rating country music series of concerts is coming to the Gleneagle INEC Arena for the first time from June 17 to 19.

Recorded before a live audience over three nights with two concerts per night, Opry le Daniel offers a different music theme each evening and a host of special guests will join the legendary presenter Daniel O’ Donnell on stage to perform all your favourite songs.

The recordings of the show will be split into two one-hour blocks, taking place throughout each evening.

Now in its 14th year, Ireland’s favourite country music artist O’ Donnell will be joined on stage by Declan Nerney, Cliona Hagan, Mike Denver, Chrissy Mac, Dana and the Donegal balladeers ‘Onóir’ to mention but a few.

Tickets from €30.20 are available from www.inec.ie and the Gleneagle INEC Arena box office on 064 6671555.

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