I was speaking with Emma Murphy, award-winning fitness instructor and domestic violence advocate, at her Mind Over Matter Roadshow in Galway. It was a historical day, as it was the first of Emmas Roadshows – an event where Emma shares her inspirational story. It’s a story of happiness, heartache, and winning – and a story I can relate to. Emmas honesty shone through and I was struck by her compassion to help others. Its an incredible story of a girl…
The Waverley Academy (college of Hair, Beauty, Fitness & Massage) in association with Winning Minds Movement are taking part in Feel Good Week for Pieta House to raise vital funds & to help us find the feeling that reminds us of how good we can feel and do some good too!
Falling apart means something different to everyone, for me it meant sitting in an A & E waiting room for 19 hours, seeing really upsetting events and trying to sit straight so people wouldn’t stare at me as I rocked back and forth in pain.
Nicola Egan lives with pain – but like many similar people I have met in my role as mental wellbeing explorer… she finds a way forward to wellbeing and happiness. Nicola is one of the most upbeat people you could ever meet. She started teaching makeup artistry at The Waverley Academy over 3 years ago .