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Toning tables help to improve posture

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If you're feeling stiff and unmotivated, are suffering from a loss of mobility, have a sore back, neck, shoulders, or knees - then look no further than toning tables.

Try an induction session and decide for yourself if it's suitable. They have many uses from weight loss and control, to posture correction and maintenance. During the beginning of your programme you will notice a relaxing and softening effect on your body, then the blood flow increases giving you the feel good factor of movement as endorphins release. The action of the toning tables is to re-educate the muscles, and help flush out toxins through movement.

The benefits speak for themselves; regular toning table sessions result in the pelvis, back muscles, rib cage and shoulders being re-educated and re-aligned. This in turn results in improved posture.

You'll soon notice improved health, physique, increase in mobility, and an overall feeling of wellness in yourself, and also your clothes will be fitting better! Elimination of aches and pains is often reported. Learn to relax overused muscles and tighten underused muscles through the equal stimulation of the deeply positioned control muscles. Tone and tighten your stomach and the all-important pelvic floor muscles.

There are six different toning tables, each one works on the pelvic floor and core/stomach muscles. We also have the tummy and bum table, tummy and thigh tables, tummy and upper body, posture pullover bed which works on the upper neck and shoulder, tummy and pelvic floor muscles. It's never too late to work on the pelvic floor muscle..... it's an area that can be forgotten, but is extremely important for health overall as well as confidence.

One of the most popular toning tables is the stretching table. It's used to strengthen and tighten muscles and midriff areas. Arms and lower back are strengthened, bust line and ribcage too, creating an improved beautiful configuration of the body. Improved posture and shoulder flexibility is also achieved.

For more information or to book your induction please call Jill on 064 6632966.

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Relief as indoor dining finally resumes

By Michelle Crean After almost 500 days of closures the sense of relief was evident this week as restaurants, cafés and bars were finally allowed to welcome customers back in. Some had reopened for outdoor dining previously to help keep their businesses afloat but it was back to normal on Monday. According to the new […]

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By Michelle Crean

After almost 500 days of closures the sense of relief was evident this week as restaurants, cafés and bars were finally allowed to welcome customers back in.

Some had reopened for outdoor dining previously to help keep their businesses afloat but it was back to normal on Monday.

According to the new rules as set out by Fáilte Ireland and the Government, in order for customers to access indoor service, they must show proof that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past six months. Those who are not yet vaccinated can only be served outside.

A maximum of six people aged 13 and over are allowed per table and it’s advised that face coverings be worn when not at the table, there is no time limit, customers can only eat or drink at a table and not at the bar or counter, and one person must give their details for contract tracing purposes. Live music and dancing is not allowed.

The Killarney Advertiser spoke to a number of businesses this week and overall the feeling was relief that they can finally get back to normal service but the issue of staffing still remains.

Brian Murphy from Courtney’s Bar said he was feeling nervous.

“I’m feeling nervous as we don’t have enough staff,” he said. “It’s a Monday so hopefully we can cope. Things will settle down and we’ll find a level we are all happy with.”

At the Porterhouse Restaurant Lee O’Callaghan said “It’s great to be back open and have people coming into the restaurant”.

“Hopefully we have a long season after being closed for so long.”

Staff at Reidy’s, Ellen Shannon, Rory Carroll and Jack Sweeney, added that they’re delighted to return to indoor dining.

“Hopefully we get back to normal soon and to brighter days ahead.”

At Jimmy Brien’s Bar in Fair Hill, customers echoed the same sentiments about being finally open.

“We are delighted to be back,” Danjoe Aherne said.

“We appreciate everything Alan Breen has done for us. We’re glad to be back home again!” Charlie Buckingham said.

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Time to get your skates on!

By Sean Moriarty People of Killarney are being urged to have their say on a new skateboard park before next week’s deadline. A public consultation on the project has been launched by Kerry County Council. Cllr Donal Grady, who first put forward the idea of a Killarney skateboard park in 2018, is urging the people […]

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By Sean Moriarty

People of Killarney are being urged to have their say on a new skateboard park before next week’s deadline.

A public consultation on the project has been launched by Kerry County Council.

Cllr Donal Grady, who first put forward the idea of a Killarney skateboard park in 2018, is urging the people of the town to have their say.

It is proposed to build the park on land adjacent to the Killarney Sports and Leisure Centre with help and support from the KDYS.

“In 2017 a group of skateboard enthusiasts approached me, they had no designated safe area to enjoy their sport. Sport is vital for youths, stakeboarding increases metabolism, improves balance and enhances coordination use,” Cllr Grady told the Killarney Advertiser.

“Skateboarding is now an Olympic sport. I commend Kerry County Council, management, engineers and the planning team for getting the project to this stage, it’s now up to the people of Killarney to have their say. It’s vital positive submissions are lodged by Wednesday, August 25,”

Submissions can be lodged to the Playground Unit, Finance Dept, Kerry County Council.

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