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En el grupo regular de 'Cuerpo y consciencia' nos sentimos tan bien, que aprovechando la presencia del creador del método, Georges Courchinoux en España durante este verano, podremos tener la oportunidad de disfrutar de una sesión muy especial.
El método Cuerpo y Consciencia propone un trabajo que permite equilibrar la actitud física y la mental con la intención de prevenir y promover la salud.
Es un método que sintetiza diferentes técnicas ya existentes, algunas de ellas de tradición milenaria como la Medicina Tradicional China, medicina hindú, relajación coreana, yoga iraní... y otras de precursores contemporáneos como técnicas de reeducación postural global, eutonia, sofrología...
La finalidad es organizar y optimizar este patrimonio infinito para dar respuestas eficaces a las necesidades de adaptación a la vida diaria. El método propone un trabajo en cuatro direcciones complementarias:
1. la toma de consciencia corporal a través del conocimiento de uno mismo a un nivel biomecánico.
2. la búsqueda de la verticalidad y un buen ajuste postural.
3. el trabajo de la liberación emocional.
4. la rearmonización energética que persigue la búsqueda de la vitalidad eficaz y una percepción de los biorritmos.
Cuerpo y Consciencia propone trabajar estas cuatro vías de equilibración de dos formas, por una parte el trabajo en grupos mediante un protocolo de 24 sesiones que engloban las diferentes técnicas de forma complementaria y que respetan los biorritmos de las estaciones.
La intencionalidad del trabajo grupal es que cada persona pueda integrar diferentes elementos del método en su vida cotidiana y poco a poco adquiera la autonomía suficiente para obtener su máximo nivel de bienestar. Texto de la asociación www.cuerpoyconsciencia.com de España
A gastronomy festival that is held in Carballeiro do Souto in the parish of San Fins de Sales (Vedra) with free tasting of pig’s ear all day long, accompanied by musical performances. There are also stalls selling sweet “orejas,” octopus, barbecued meat…
Coinciding with the second weekend in May, Oroso holds its Trout Festival, an event declared to be of Tourist Interest that has the objective of bringing together residents and visitors to enjoy a couple of festive days. The 18th festival will be held in 2014.
In 2015, the municipality of A Estrada will hold its 42th Salmon Festival, an event that pays tribute to the king of our river fishes.
The “Fiesta del Melindre y de la Repostería Tradicional de Terra de Melide” was declared a Festival of Tourist Interest in 2013. It is held every year on the second Sunday in May and its main venue is the Municipality of Melide’s Praza do Convento, where exhibitors gather.
This is the municipality’s festival with the greatest tradition and attendance. People are attracted by several activities: cultural (awards ceremony, exhibitions, tributes), sports (traditional games, cycling), gastronomic (traditional lunch) and recreational activities (inflatables and musical entertainment).
A gastronomy festival that began to be held in 1987, during the San Isidro de Carcacía festival. In recent years, it coincides with the Day of Galician Letters (May 17).
A Estrada’s Cider Festival arose due to the existence of a tradition, in relation to boththe growing of apples and the making of cider. The festival was held for the first time in 2012 with the aim of bringing together all of Galicia’s producers; cider makers from the entire Cantabrian coast were also present: Asturias, Zamora, Cantabria and the Basque Country.
The Municipality of A Estrada’s local holiday, devoted to its patron saint, “San Paio,” is held from June 26 to 29. During these four days, an extensive programme of recreational, sports, cultural and religious activities is carried out.
A Estrada’s San Xoán Festival, which is held in O Areal de Berres, is becoming more and more popular as one of the area’s most attractive “San Juan” festivals.
Since 1999, the town of Silleda has held this festival promoting ham foreleg, one of the area’s characteristic products.
A characteristic festival beside the River Ulla, in the Agronovo Recreational Area (Vedra). A chub fishing competition is held at the same time.
On July 16, Melide celebrates the feast of El Carmen with a lot of emotion and devotion for the Saint, even though it is not a coastal town.
Every year more than 1,500 people gather to savour the biggest paella made in Galicia with 1,000 kg of rice. The festival started in 2001 and has already been consolidated as an important event in the Municipality of Silleda’s festive calendar.
The Chaián Chub Festival reaches its 40th year in 2014 and includes the now-traditional cyprinid fishing competition, as well as a popular gastronomy festival and subsequent dance.
This is a very popular festival that is well established in the Municipality of Silleda’scalendar. Every year, more than 10,000 people gather together to savour around 2,000 portions of omelette and 1,000 litres of wine free of charge. The festival began to be held in 1989, reaching its 22nd year in 2010.
The “Festa do Galo Piñeiro e Mostra Cabalar,” declared a Festival of Galician Tourist Interest in 2010, is held every year on the first weekend in August in the village of Pedrouzo (Arca).
From 1984 to date, every first weekend in August, the Municipality of Val do Dubra pays tribute to its residents who have emigrated and its visitors.
The gastronomy festival par excellence in the municipality of Padrón, held on the first Saturday in August in the parish of Herbón. It started in 1978 and is now classified as a Festival of Galician Tourist Interest.
Festival featuring the promotion and tasting of ham, which is held on August 14 in the parish of Bermés (Lalín) and will reach its 16th year in 2014. Cured and roast ham is served, along with bread and wine.
San Caralampio is held in Melide on the second Sunday in September. This festival, also known as the Festival of the Drunks, has Bacchus reminiscences and is devoted to wine.
Lalín’s feast day is held on the first Sunday after September 18th in honour of Our Lady of Sorrows. The festivities last for 5 days, since Monday and Tuesday are local holidays.