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Empowering Women through Pelvic Health Education

quiet days

'We can make our minds so like still water that beings gather about us that they may see, it may be, their own images, and so live for a moment with a clearer, perahaps even with a fiercer life, because of our quiet' -WB...

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November, New Year…

This is the Celtic new year, time for standing at the crossroads, looking back at where you have come from, looking right and left for alternatives, then looking forward at where you want to go.. A good time of year to spend some time every day with yourself, to focus...

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September Daze

September...back to school, shortening days turning to gold. My fingers are stained purple making elderberry syrups and tinctures to ward off colds and flu during winter. Golden days walking at the lake, waiting and watching the hawthorn berries to ripen, stopping to...

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st john’s days…

Herbal Medicine by PD LYONS What if there among their jars and vials Those poisons that heal came out to play? Reminisce of summer days, lazy cats tucked behind old railroad ties not bothering to move Even for those well round robins Tickling roots in search for...

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workshops

Women's Health Classes with Michelle Lyons Women are different – we have different bodies, different hormones and different mindsets. Gender based medicine is a relatively new field – until recently most medical research was done on men and the dosage adjusted for...

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conscious health for women classes

Week 1: Our relationship with food – if we are what we eat, what are you? Letting your food be your medicine – cooking with superfoods. Hormones, food and you – are you fat around the middle? Conscious eating: making the right choices. Mindful eating: enjoying what...

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Celtic Healing pt1

The Celts were a flourishing and dynamic race, who made their way from Northern India to spread throughout Europe. Healthy living was a duty for the Celts; their druids not only had a mystical role but were also charged with the physical, mental and spiritual health...

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Developing an Anti Cancer lifestyle

An unhealthy diet and poor lifestyle including lack of exercise and being overweight causes three times as many cancers as genetics, according to Dr Rachel Thompson, science programme manager for the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) Evidence suggests that only 5-10%...

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tree medicine, tree magic, pt1

The Celts used the great forests as a source from hunting, of berries, vegetables, as Medica. That the creators of the alphabet 'Ogham' named its letters after which trees Birchrheumatism and breaks down bladder stones. felling of a birch ships were made with ‘hearts...

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Women and Back Pain – IHS 2009

Women& Back Pain Women are different! (Not defective!) We have : Different Hormones, muscles, ‘Busy Woman Syndrome’ Incr weight gain, incr aches and pains, No. 1 cause disability in women Often initially present with diffuse Back pain 2nd most common reason (colds/flu...

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workshops available

Topics for workshops: Michelle Lyons How to have a happy and healthy menopause: What every woman need to know about Osteoporosis How to say No to arthritis High heels, Handbags & Hormones: Women & Back Pain First aid using natural remedies Medicinal value of culinary...

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let me introduce myself…

Michelle Lyons is a chartered physiotherapist, yoga and pilates teacher, herbalist, educator and writer. A graduate of University College Dublin, she has further training in acupuncture, TCM, reiki, somatic movement, aromatherapy and nutrition. She has lived worked...

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Eating an Anti Inflammatory diet

Anti inflammatory Diet We all know we are what we eat, and with inflammationbeing the common link between arthritis, heart disease, cancer and dementia, here are some ideas for developing an ant inflammatory lifestyle and eating well!   have a varied colourful diet...

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summer reading!

if like a lot of people you are weathering the ' current economic climate' by holidaying at home, why not enjoy some summer reading to transport you to faraway shores...and maybe pick up some ideas for dinner while you're there?! try 'eat, pray, love' by elizabeth...

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Women are different!

Women are different - we have differnt bodies, different hormones and different mindsets. Gender based medicine is a relatively new field - until recently most medical research was done on men and the dosage 'adjusted' for women (after all, women are just like small...

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Yoga and Chocolate – developing a mindful life

Two of life's greatest pleasures in one workshop! Why women NEED chocolate. The history and health properties of chocolate. Developing mindful eating habits. Tuning in towhat your body really wants to say. Becoming conscious of your stress patterns and developing...

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Celtic Spirituality, Celtic Healing

The Celts were a fluorishing and dynamic race who made their way from northern India to spread throughout Europe. Healthy living was aduty for the Celts - their druids not only had a mystical role but were also charged with the Physical, Mental and Spiritual health of...

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Hello world!

Welcome to my new blog! i hope over the coming weeks to post new info about women’s health, wellbeing and self care as well as info about my upcoming classes and workshops. Please feel free to post a question, comment or suggestion. All the best! Michelle

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