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Toning tables help with balance, mobility and weight loss

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By Jill O'Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio

Toning tables are suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes and are designed to improve health and rehabilitation procedures.

They can be used also in passive active movements in a sitting or lying position and are a great form of stretching, helping to lengthen and strengthen your muscle groups, from core, arms, legs etc.

Exercising in the toning tables contributes to the restoration of the motor functions, strengthens muscles, help reduce weight and improve bone density without the exhausting workouts.

The operating principle of toning tables is based on recurring movements of the movable part of the table.

These drive the muscles in different parts of the body causing targeted joints to work. The fixed part of the table is used for support.

All exercises are carried out either sitting or lying, which makes it possible to avoid negative impact on the spine.

The machines work like a double positive action and create alternating contractions of opposing muscle groups.

Our aim is to help balance, mobility, inch loss and weight loss when combined with a calorie-controlled diet, in a safe environment. If you haven't done any form of exercise and are a little worried starting, these are ideal to get you going and feel confident about exercising again.

Toning tables are suitable for both men and women, call Jill on 064 6632966.

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Artists invited to showcase work at Wine and Art night

It’s back – and not before time – the hugely popular Killarney Rotary Club evening of Wine and Art will return this November. The pandemic enforced its absence and now […]

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It’s back – and not before time – the hugely popular Killarney Rotary Club evening of Wine and Art will return this November.

The pandemic enforced its absence and now every effort is being made to make up for lost time.

Widely regarded as one of the social highlights of the year in Killarney, this year’s gathering will take place in the Great Southern Killarney on Wednesday, November 30, commencing at 7.15pm.

Tickets, which will be available at the door, are priced at €20 and all proceeds raised on the night will go to deserving local charities and community organisations.

Over the years the evening of wine and art has raised tens of thousands of Euro for great causes and the 2022 proceeds will be of enormous benefit to the chosen groups.

This year, once again, the event is being held in association with Daly’s SuperValu and supported by Killarney Brewing and Distilling Company.

Rotary Club President, Rayla Tadjimatova, has appealed to all artists who might like to showcase their work on the night to get in touch with club members, as soon as possible, to guarantee inclusion.

“We are reaching out not only to artists who have supported the event in the past but to any new artists who wish to take the opportunity to place their work in front of a very appreciative local audience of up to one thousand people on the night,” she said.

Those interested should email killarneyrotaryclub@gmail.com as soon as possible.

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Gardai seek whereabouts of missing Kerry teen

Gardaí are asking the public for their help in locating a 15-year-old teenager. Nicolas O’Sullivan has been missing from Ballyvelly, Tralee, since Monday (October 3). He is described as being […]

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Gardaí are asking the public for their help in locating a 15-year-old teenager.

Nicolas O’Sullivan has been missing from Ballyvelly, Tralee, since Monday (October 3).

He is described as being approximately 6ft in height, of a slim build with brown hair and green eyes. When last seen Nicolas was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a black hoody top. He was also carrying a black bag.

Anyone with information on Nicolas’ whereabouts is asked to contact Tralee Garda Station on 066 710 2300, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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