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Does Mindfulness live up to the hype?
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My experience of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
How being called names can have a big impact on you
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Emma’s carrot cake porridge recipe
This delicious and simple recipe is great for cold winter mornings
What is the difference between yoga and pilates?
Learn about the similarities and differences between these two popular forms of exercise
What is Pilates?
Find out the benefits of taking up this popular form of exercise
QUIZ: How much do you know about positive mental health?
There’s more to it than you might think. Test yourself with our quiz!
How to control your anger
Anger is good for us sometimes, but it's important to know how to manage and control your anger
Water sports and activities in Ireland
There are a whole range of activities you can take up in the water
Tennis for blind and visionally impaired people in Ireland
Learn more about blind/vI tennis and where you can play it in Ireland
Alternative exercise classes in Ireland
Circus based training classes combined strength and conditioning
5 racket sports to play in Ireland
Whether you want to play solo or with friends, there are a number of racket sports you could take up
How to start running
Running is a great way to keep fit. Here’s some advice for getting started.
Outdoor activities to help you get exercise
Here are some ways to keep fit and get out of the house
Wheelchair sports teams you can join in Ireland
With over 20 clubs to choose from find the sport that suits you
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