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Published on September 29th, 2015 | by BoyleToday.com

Get Active benefits announced

As registration continues this week, GET ACTIVE TODAY with Boyle GAA, have announced a whole host of benefits that are available to all participants of the programme.

 Main Sponsor, Neil Kennedy and Kelly’s Londis supermarket are running a money-off promotion for the course of the seven weeks of the initiative. On signing up, you will get 7 money off vouchers to the value of €10 each. Each €10 voucher is redeemable on a weekly basis against a shop to the value of €60 or more.

 Elvery’s Sports are offering a €20 voucher redeemable against any transaction of €50 or more on non- sale items.

 Voucher from Margaret McLoughlin Homeopathy and Reflexology

 Aura Leisure Carrick on Shannon has included a free five day membership

 Sasta Fitness Carrick on Shannon are offering a free trial

 Information on healthy eating from Slimming World

 A specially commissioned programme T Shirt will also be issued to all participants.

In addition, as a participant of the programme you will benefit from the professional training and expertise of Aaron O’ Connor, Barry Greaney and Alan Emmet. You will receive expert nutritional and diet advice from Maria Keenehan. You will be introduced to Yoga by Liz Dwyer while Ann Wynne will conduct a pilates session. In addition Colin Regan from the GAA will address the issue of mental well-being.

The entire programme of activities together with all of the membership benefits costs just €70, which represents incredible value.

Above all however, the programme provides you an opportunity to become more active in a relaxed and social environment for the next seven weeks.

Registration continues in the Clubhouse, Abbey Park, Boyle on Thursday 1 October from 8:30pm while the programme formally begins with a talk from Professor Niall Moyna of DCU and Operation Transformation fame in King House on Friday 2 October at 7:30pm. You can also register in King House from 7:00pm on Friday evening

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