I had a dream ....bring First Fortnight arts and mental health festival to Co. Donegal... Once I made the call and the woman 'from Delmonte said Yes', I got audacious and started dreaming more dreams and making more calls. Here is what has come together. Hold the dates.
'Find your breath'
The Comhcheol Arts and Wellness Blog
The musings of a yoga teacher, artist, musician, positive birth & mental health advocate...
(The oldest two of these posts are articles written as part of the Citizen Journalist Initiative for the European Ladder Project. 'Women Work and Saving the World' was also published in The Donegal Democrat through Donegal Women's Network.)
Given that the majority of Comhcheol's activities in 2017 spanned the disparate and broad field of experience between yoga and technology, I decided that 2018 will see me looking for opportunities to explore the challenges and opportunities that are created by intentionally merging these two fields.
This intention crystallized once I made the...
A version of this post was published in Donegal Woman on Oct 20th 2017
by Maria Coleman, Sept 2017
Its been a long held ambition to work in the field of pregnancy and birth and as a newly qualified Prenatal /Birthing /Postnatal yoga specialist, I have a few plans afoot to get started on the road. I am currently in the process of setting up a positive birth web presence through Facebook...
Mental Wellness Supports in Rosses /Gweedore , Co. Donegal
There is a misconception that yoga is a soft practice more suited to women. Yoga however not only challenges men's natural strength but also cultivates a flexibility that can be frequently missing and lead to injuries, hampering efforts to excel at other sports.
by Maria Coleman
(Image Credit: Sad Man And Rain by George Hodan)
by Maria Coleman