Thomas at home, during the corona virus crisis. “It doesn’t stop. #Yomequedoencasa”. With this message, José María Giménez showed on his Instagram how, despite the fact that Atlético suspended training until Monday due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus health emergency, the rojiblanos continue working. He was the first, without leaving his house, using a tree in his garden to insert rubber bands, common during physical circuits with ‘Professor’ Ortega. Photos with his family, with mate and exercise so as not to lose shape, although LaLiga has been suspended for two weeks. It’s not the only one. Felipe, doing work at home during the coronavirus crisis. Like Marcos Llorente that, if the day before was the first to show on his networks how he did not leave the job despite not being in Majadahonda, that tomorrow, as planned, and Atlético does not play in San Mamés, LaLiga, the routine, today He photographed himself in the gym with his partner. Savic, Vrsaljko and Saponjic met, meter apart, to play ball in the Croatian garden. Thomas, meanwhile, followed Saul’s line 24 hours ago, with a message appealing to responsibility and in capital letters those words. #I stay at home. Like them, like him. Koke, with stationary bike. Captain Koke has also used the nets to show how to exercise, run on a treadmill, together with his wife and a bicycle by himself. Felipe the same. Bike. And as if he were in the Cerro. It showed the before, the odometer to zero, and the after, 51 minutes, 31 kilometers. Herrera also worked with his wife and children at home. Using the pool and the elliptical. Savic, Saponjic and Vrsaljko during the virus corona crisis.
Former members of the Defence Forces stand to attention at Conwal Graveyard. Pics by Geraldine Diver.Dozens of former members of the Defence Forces gathered at Conwal Graveyard in Letterkenny yesterday for a unique occasion.In recent weeks, a stunning memorial in honour of the deceased members of the Defence Forces has ben constructed.And yesterday, in stunning sunshine, the official unveiling of the memorial took place. Many thanks to Geraldine Diver for the photos.FORMER DEFENCE FORCES GATHER TO UNVEIL UNIQUE MEMORIAL – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: September 22nd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Conwal GraveyarddonegalGeraldine Divermemorial
Go back to the enewsletterPier One Sydney Harbour refocuses on health and wellness with the launch of “The Retreat”in collaboration with Lululemon.During February and March, Pier One and Lululemon are offering a full program of activity, including free yoga and meditation overlooking the Harbour, new in-room wellness offerings, the unveiling of a newly designed gym by Technogym and new vegan and vegetarian menus at The Gantry Restaurant.Launching with a morning meditation class earlier this month, Pier One invites guests and visitors to start the day in a mindful way with complimentary 30-minute ‘Meditation On The Pier’ sessions, led by a Lululemon ambassador every Tuesday morning at 7.30am. The brand kicked off the series with a guided meditation by Luke McLeod, founder of Soul Society. Wednesday evenings will be dedicated to complimentary ‘Yoga On The Pier’, a relaxed 50-minute vinyasa-style class with Lululemon ambassadors, starting at 6.30pm each week.Participating yogis can opt to add on to their evening yoga experience by pre-ordering “Kate’s GoTo Salad”, created in collaboration with Lululemon Sydney’s Community Manager, Kate Russell, and foodie-hub, The Kerrigan. The salad features mixed greens and grilled barramundi rolled in chia seeds with grapefruit, roasted sunflower and pepita seeds, finished with a blueberry and lemon gel.Choose to enjoy the healthy, post-yoga dinner al fresco-style on the pier, perhaps paired with a refined-sugar-free passionfruit kombucha cocktail. Alternatively, treat yourself at The Gantry Restaurant and experience a plant-based degustation on the waterfront with vegan or vegetarian tasting menus.To extend the wellness offering in-room, guests of Pier One now have access to a personal Lululemon yoga mat and guide, featuring yoga poses to help cope with jet lag. TV sets in each guest room will also feature a dedicated meditation channel to ensure tired travellers have an opportunity to unwind and de-stress at the hotel.Recognising the importance of mindfulness training in the workplace to reduce stress and anxiety,Pier One has introduced a collection of “Mindful Meetings” packages for all event bookings at thehotel from February 2019. Talks tackle a variety of topics, such as “Resilience – Succeeding in theface of odds”, “Impacting Leadership & Culture With Mindfulness” and “Foundations of HighPerformance”. Lululemon has handpicked three speakers who can offer inspirational and motivatingwords to meetings taking place at Pier One, including Heather Hawkins (motivationalspeaker, cancer survivor, marathon runner), Kevin Jankelowitz (Co-founder, Centred Meditation) andGreg Stark (Founder and Director Trainer at Better Being; author of Sweat Equity).The Retreat by Pier One Sydney Harbour and Lululemon is a complete wellness offering to kick offthe year in one of Sydney’s best waterside destinations.Meditation on the PierTuesdays in February and March: 7.30am–8:00am (30 minutes)Free entry; bookings essential via this link.Yoga on the PierWednesdays in February and March: 6.30pm–7.20pm (50 minutes)Free entry; bookings essential via this link.Go back to the enewsletter