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Stop Smoking Hypnosis Hypnotherapy Cork Ireland

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Stop Smoking Hypnosis Hypnotherapy with Martin Kiely Hypnosis Centre When you are ready to stop smoking for good, then you are ready for hypnosis hypnotherapy. At Martin Kiely Hypnosis Centre our professional goal is for you to stop smoking as soon as possible. A specifically tailored Stop Smoking hypnosis hypnotherapy session is a powerful technique […]

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You too can learn how hypnosis hypnotherapy can help you gain control and achieve goals faster in 2017

The 13th annual World Hypnotism Day on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 gives hypnotists in Ireland an opportunity to increase awareness and understanding about hypnosis. Cork, Ireland, January 4, 2017 – Martin Kiely Hypnosis Centre is offering a webinar to celebrate the 13th Annual World Hypnotism Day. The public are invited to attend the event, which […]

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New Improved Sports Hypnosis 2017

Work on yourself regularly – it’s the only path to development and success! Try our new improved Sports Hypnosis programme for individuals and groups 2017. From Martin Kiely Hypnosis Centre, Cork Ireland Sports Hypnosis Cork Ireland | Martin Kiely Hypnosis

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How to Learn Self-Hypnosis for the 12th Annual World Hypnotism Day 2016

The 12th annual World Hypnotism Day on Monday, January 4, 2016 gives hypnotists in Ireland an opportunity to increase awareness and understanding about hypnosis. Cork, Ireland, January 3, 2016 – Martin Kiely Hypnosis Centre is offering a workshop to celebrate the 12th Annual World Hypnotism Day. The public are invited to attend the event, which […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Smoking In Cars With Children – Irish Ban comes into effect Jan 1st 2016

Smoking In Cars With Children Will Be Banned in Ireland Smoking in cars with children will be banned after a bill was passed through the Dail today. This will be enforced by gardaí and carries a fixed penalty of €100. There will be tougher penalties, of up to €1,000, for failing to stop or providing […]

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