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Posted by admin on August 18, 2014
Pat and Rona came along to continue the Polarity studies that they started in Wales. Both are already practising other therapies and are keen to add Polarity to their tool box.
They are working with our Open Learning course and are due to finish at the end of the month.
Posted by admin on August 4, 2014
My own Tai Chi classes are in Cork city rather than Fermoy where I live. I happened to see a Tai Chi offering last weekend in Fermoy so popped along to meet a fellow Tai Chi enthusiast and teacher Frank Murphy. I slipped into the class towards
Posted by admin on July 25, 2014
Having the huge array of treatment possibilities that Polarity offers available to us is one thing, but deciding on how to work with an individual requires an ability to diagnose what is going with them on at an energetic level. Polarity has a whole range of diagnostic tools, the skill and art lies in which tool is the best for a specific outcome
Posted by admin on July 1, 2014
There are great forces constantly at work in the universe and within us. As we look at the present moment in the life of the planet it seems chaos reigns in a large part of the world. Chaos, that by its very nature is unsettling and scary as the things that we know and take for granted are somehow being peeled away from us.
Posted by admin on May 15, 2014
So often we boldly go along in life, slotting into regular routines and old habits and sometimes hardly notice the passage of time. Often it is external events that call us to order and make us rethink our present situation and lifestyle.
Posted by admin on February 14, 2014
Posted by admin on February 1, 2014
Our focus for 2014 is much more on writing and publishing rather than therapy training. Our latest book published in December 2013 is Pixie's Song by Hazel Cooper...
Posted by admin on November 17, 2013
We are delighted to let everyone know that we now have three more polarity therapists in Ireland.
Fabio in Cork, Jackie in the Limerick area and Bridget over in Clare.
Posted by admin on August 15, 2013
Having just released A.L. Kitselman's book on E-Therapy we are almost ready to go with a second book called E-Therapy Lectures where the author explores his therapy further...
Posted by admin on July 13, 2013
Always lovely to have Norwegian students and we were pleased to welcome Catrin to Ireland. Both she and I were taken by surprise by the current heatwave we have had for the last two weeks.
For the first time for years I have vegetables growing in the garden and even an exotic looking courgette plant sent by Anna from Italy. I had thought that it would be too cold over here for it to grow properly but hey, its going wild.
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