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Look After Yourself health fair

The ‘Look After Yourself’ fair will be held in the Donn Carragh Hotel, Main street, Lisnaskea on Thursday 11th February from 10am to 3pm.

The ‘Look After Yourself’ fair will be held in the Donn Carragh Hotel, Main street, Lisnaskea on Thursday 11th February from 10am to 3pm.

THE Oak Healthy Living Centre based in Cross Street, Lisnaskea, are coordinating a health Fair. This health Fair is called “Look after Yourself” and will be held in the Donn Carragh Hotel, Main street, Lisnaskea on Thursday 11th February from 10:00 am – 3:00pm.

At the event we will have support organisations who work in Fermanagh and provide mental health support and other services to people in the area, examples of organisations are the Aisling centre, Women’s Aid, Action for Children, Cruse, Lifeline, Ascert, Addiction NI and many more.

As the theme is mental health and Looking After yourself we have guest speaker Christy Kenneally, Christy is a very perceptive and humorous speaker. He engages easily with his audience and is highly entertaining while at the same time delivering the keynote messages eloquently and with impact. He is a much in demand keynote and motivational speaker at conferences worldwide. At the event he will look at ways you can release the power of your own potential to lead a happier and more fulfilling life.

In the afternoon we will have break- out sessions where participants will get an opportunity to attend two 30 minute workshops, the themes of the workshop’s are Tai Chai, Yoga and Take 5 worskhop. The Tai Chia and Yoga will be chair based and will give participants an idea of what these relaxation exercises entail and the Take 5 workshop will give information on how we can use this new concept to look after our mental health.

The Health fair is open to everyone and is free of charge, however we are asking people to contact the Oak Healthy Living Centre on 028 67723843 to book their place as we require numbers for catering purposes.

SPONSORED CONTENT BY: THE OAK HEALTHY LIVING CENTRE

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