Today's lecture discusses how to stay energised, nourished, fit and healthy for the coming months.

Tipperary Library Service hosts Wellness Webinar Series starting today!

Life this winter has just been that little bit more difficult. The shorter days, loss of sunlight, colder temperatures, wet weather, and now Level 5 restrictions, all make it hard to stay healthy, eat well and keep fit and flexible.

To address these issues, and help overcome them, Tipperary County Council Library Service has teamed up with Pegasus Consulting and to put together a panel of expert lecturers, physiotherapists and psychologists, to offer a series of key presentations on how to stay energised, nourished, fit and happy for the coming months.

These lectures are free, and will be offered over Zoom. The lectures will run for three Wednesdays this February - 3rd, 17th and 24th – and all at 12.30pm.

1. Wednesday, February 3rd, at 12.30pm: Winter Wellness (Body) – discusses how to stay energised, nourished, fit and healthy for the coming months. The talk will cover fitness, flexibility and mobility, along with eating well and essential vitamins, and good sleep.

2. Wednesday, February 17th, at 12.30pm: Home Schooling – advice for parents on teaching your own children, with tips on online resources.

3. Wednesday, February 24th, at 12.30pm: Winter Wellness (Mind) - psychologist Dr Aoife Quinn on how to keep the mind healthy during a pandemic, with tips on how to relax, de-stress and cope with the difficulties of living apart from loved ones and working from home.

The speakers are:

Colette O’Flynn, B. Physio, MISCP, Lic Ac, is a chartered physiotherapist, a licensed acupuncturist and a Pilates instructor. Her work features regularly on RTE television, online, and in newspapers and magazines.

Dr Aoife Quinn has a BA in Psychology from the National University of Maynooth, and a PhD from the School of Psychology, UCD. Aoife is a DCU psychology tutor and teaches the sport and exercise psychology, counselling psychology and addiction studies diplomas at City Colleges.


To book a place, contact Tipperary County Council Library Service on, phone 0761 06 6100, or WebChat at

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