Saturday, 17th March 2018
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Waterford Women’s Support Network is running a free information evening and all men, women and teenagers welcome A Novel Approach to Improving Physical & Emotional Wellbeing on Wednesday 11th October 2017 at 8.00 p.m. – 10.00 p.m.

Venue: The Ship Room at The Edmund Rice International Heritage Centre (ERIHC), Barrack street, Waterford. Wheelchair accessible and lift available for those with mobility difficulties.


Dr Ryan Foley PT, DPT Evolve

Physiotherapy & Wellness

- Applied Functional Neurology

- Empowering people how to help themselves

- Improving physical & mental performance

Utilising cutting edge techniques to enhance:

- Sports performance,

- Sports injury & pain resolution

- Weight loss

- Emotional & Wellbeing class

- Promoting Positive Mental Health

A highly respected Nutritionist and Dietician explaining:

- Longevity – what really make us live longer?

- Weight loss – what is the right approach?

- Preventing or reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Michael Kelly founder of G.I.Y. Williamstown Centre, Ardkeen, Waterford

- How growing some of your own food can reconnect you to health & wellness

For more information, please e mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact 086 8367508

Evening kindly sponsored by Minister of State: John Halligan


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