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Yoga and Voice for Here and Now

Terenure Library, Thursday 2 April, 11.00 *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Sometimes it can seem difficult to find time or space, and we feel pulled in so many different directions. This session uses simple movements, co-ordinating with our breath, and working with simple sounds using our voices, to help us find a new sense of space and wellbeing, enabling us to live our lives more fully. 

Walking the Camino de Santiago

Donaghmede Library, Monday 6 April, 18.30 *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Ever considered setting out on the Camino de Santiago? Andrea Ryan gives walkers the knowledge and advice needed to walk the Camino. Her talk will cover the history of the Camino, how to cover the mileage, how to train, how to book everything before you go, optimum times of year to travel and rounded off with a Q & A session.

Healthy Plate, Healthy Weight

Finglas Library, Monday 6 April, 18.30 *event cancelled, new date to be arranged
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be about dieting and sacrifice. Rather, it should be all about enjoying fresh, tasty food, with wholesome ingredients. When looking to lose weight, people often resort to fad-diets and quick-fixes and unnecessary restrictions, which ultimately are not sustainable.

Osteoporosis - Did you know 50% of women and 25% men have Osteoporosis?

Ringsend Library, Tuesday 7 April, 11.00 * event cancelled, new date to be arranged
Charleville Mall Library, Wednesday 8 April, 11.00 * event cancelled, new date to be arranged

The presentation will cover many aspects of this disease, including the causes of bone loss and what you need to do to keep your bone’s healthy. Facilitated by Michele O'Brien, CEO of the Irish Osteoporosis Society, who are the National experts on Osteoporosis.

Decluttering - How it can Bring You Happiness

Phibsboro Library, Wednesday 8 April, 18.30  *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Have you ever decided that you really need to declutter, clear out the past and start living with less. Whilst the work involves a lot of physical effort, the decluttering process can also be quite cathartic emotionally. This workshop explores the many great benefits to our mental health from clearing out the past, refocusing our lives on what is truly important and provides practical advice and tips on how to successfully declutter.

Finding your way around the health service

Charleville Mall Library, Tuesday 21 April, 11.00  *event cancelled, new date to be arranged 
Kevin Street Library, Monday 27 April, 11.00  *event cancelled, new date to be arranged
 It is sometimes difficult to find our way around the health service. For example, reading and understanding a health leaflet or finding the x-ray department in a hospital. We all need good health literacy to understand health information correctly and make informed decisions.  Health services are becoming more aware that they need to communicate clearly with people and take account of possible health literacy and numeracy needs.

Your Amazing Gut

Coolock Library, Tuesday 21 April, 11.00 *event cancelled, new date to be arranged
Raheny Library, Wednesday 22 April, 18.30  *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Learn how a healthy gut plays a role in optimizing all aspects of your health from the more obvious, being free of gut related issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, to the lesser known areas such as cholesterol lowering and the ever, developing area, of the microbiome or gut flora, your immunity and the gut brain feedback.

Discover Diabetes

Pearse Street Library, Tuesday 21, 28 April, 5, 12 May, 14.00 *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Free 4-week Discover Diabetes course starting in Pearse Street Library on 21st April.This course can help you look after diabetes and your health and teach you about all the different aspects of diabetes care . Places must be booked in advance to attend. To reserve your place, please contact Elaine Brennan  T. 01 795 8054. In partnership with HSE Primary Care Centre.

Anxiety – How to Survive and Thrive

Finglas Library, Wednesday 22 April, 18.30  *event cancelled, new date to be arranged

Whether it’s the increasingly fast pace of live, our growing inability to switch off or the impact of social media on our mental health, more and more people are being affected by rising anxiety levels.
This workshop looks at identifying triggers, how to manage our thought processes and how to thrive at life whilst working through anxiety.

Toddler Groups

Toddler groupToddler groups operate in 14 branch libraries; days/times vary and it might be advisable to check with the relevant library in advance. Details are as follows: