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Heal Your Life workshops comes to Angel Times Limerick

This Autumn the well-known and accredited Heal Your Life brand has been launched in Angel Times by HYLMIDWEST who are delivering workshops and evening courses from November 2. HYLMIDWEST will be running a variety of personal development and self-empowerment workshops for adults and teenagers teaching them how to love themselves, build their self-esteem and empower people to make decisions regarding positive changes in their lives.

The workshops are the following, 2-day Heal Your Life Workshop for individuals and groups, 1-day workshop on the basics of Heal Your Life, 10-week course in Heal Your Life principles, 6-week introductory course to Heal Your Life, teen self-empowerment workshops, Bespoke talks e.g. an introduction to the philosophies of Louise L. Hay and a one to one tuition sessions either face to face, over the phone or via skype.

The book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ was written in 1984 by Louise L Hay, known for being one of the founders of the self-help movement and has gone on to sell just over 50 million copies worldwide. It has become synonymous with personal development, self-actualisation and transformation. It looks at the mind-body connection and how our thoughts become our experiences, illnesses of the body somehow have their root cause in emotional aspects of the mind and its beliefs and thought processes.

Proprietor of Angel Times, Stephen Ryan is delighted to welcome the workshops to their already impressive and diverse listing of course offerings, he says “The works of Louise Hay are enduringly popular and people who have attended these courses go away with a renewed sense of purpose, we can wholeheartedly recommend both her books and workshops and are truly delighted to be working with HYLMIDWEST.”


HYLMIDWEST is led by Denise O’Brien and Gillian O’Gorman who bring with them a vast knowledge of both the corporate and non-profit sector at senior management and executive levels. Denise who worked for 20 years in the fields of Training & Development and Leadership Development says “having worked with multinationals such as GE, Halifax Bank, Lloyds Banking Group and Wipro Ireland, I witnessed first-hand the impact investing in people can have from the inside out, I have a zest for developing individuals and organisations and feel passionate about the positive outcomes that the HYL programme can bring to life.”

It was through her senior management roles in the last 8 years that allowed Gillian to see first-hand the effect that stress can have on people and how being challenged in one area of your life can lead to a domino effect into all areas “in my experience this can often be due to negative thought patterns or limiting beliefs such as ‘I can’t cope’ or ‘things will never change’ “says Gillian.

In 2016 she left her position as CEO of a charity, to focus on developing HYL Midwest for organisations and individuals who wish to make positive changes in their lives, allowing for personal growth, happiness, and abundance.  Her decision to move into this area was motivated by her own professional and personal experience and the positive impact this training has had on her life. “The HYL programme offers individuals a toolkit to enable them to cope better and achieve the best possible outcome in all situations.” says Gillian. She has a keen interest in the mind-body connection having been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition in 2014 and has adopted the philosophies of HYL to assist her in her own personal healing journey.

They are now taking names for their upcoming 6 week evening course at Angel Times commencing on the 2nd November. 

For more information, email [email protected] or ring 087-2376703 / 086-0291216

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