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3.0 / 5  Good
from 11 users
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Karen Ralph - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Karen Ralph

Dublin Holistic Centre, 28 South William Street, Dublin, D2
Rating from 1 Review Very relaxing and complete lady very professionalJennifer, Cavan, 30 Dec 14

6 Excellent treatment's very relaxing and complete lady very professional

Chinese Massage  
Massage  
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3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 4 users
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Dublin Massage Clinic - Massage Clinic in Ireland

Dublin Massage Clinic

Dublin Holistic Centre, 28 South William Street, Dublin, Dublin 2
Welcome to Dublin Massage Clinic Dublin Massage Clinic is run by David Corbally, who has been practicing massage for over eight years. In 2007 David completed training in Traditional Thai Massage in Northern Thailand. After qualifying in Tui Na (Chinese Medical Massage) in 2009, David completed intensive post graduate studies with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Since beginning his journey as a holistic health practitioner, David has qualified in other touch therapy techniques including Holistic Massage and Sports Injury Massage. In keeping with continued professional development, David attends relevant courses and workshops regularly. David is also continuing with his studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is half way through attaining his licence to practice Acupuncture.
Chinese Massage from €60
Tui Na What can i expect from a Tui Na treatment? One of the biggest advantages Tui Na has over other therapies is that a Tui Na patient is usually treated while fully clothed.  A Tui Na practitioner uses a combination of hand techniques, manipulation and mobilisation of joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments to align the musculo-skeletal system, to treat pain and encourage the flow of Qi (pron. 'Chee') and Blood in the body.  Among it's many other benefits, Tui Na often brings a sense of well being after a treatment and over time this can have a profound psychological affect.  This is one reason why people who try Tui Na, often find it becomes their treatment of choice.
Massage from €60
Deep Tissue Massage from €60
Deep Tissue Massage targets the deep tissue structure of the fascia and muscles, referred to as connective tissue. Of the many types of massage, deep tissue focuses on the release of muscle tension and chronic knots. Deep tissue massage can break up and eliminate scar tissue from previous injuries. A common problem is that stressed muscles can block nutrients and oxygen from getting to where they need to go, and this will cause inflammation that allows toxins to build up in your muscle tissue.  The inflammation and toxins contribute to pain and stress. Deep Tissue Massage breaks up and releases the built-up toxins by loosening the muscles. With the toxins released, blood and oxygen can circulate as they should through one’s body. Being properly hydrated before you go to your massage appointment and drinking plenty of water after one of these massages is highly recommended. The strokes used in deep tissue massage are similar to those used in a Swedish Massage except more pressure is used and it uses cross grain strokes (strokes that go across the gain of the muscles instead of with the grain). As with a classic Swedish massage, you will be lying on a massage table and covered with a sheet or towel. A good way to recover from a Deep Tissue Massage is by soaking in a warm bath with Epsom salt. This soaking is recommended because it will help get more of the toxins out of your body (Epsom salt draws the toxins out into the water). Your muscles need some rest after one of these massages, even if you feel no soreness. So do not plan any activities within a day of a Deep Tissue Massage. Some people think that if you just push hard enough, a knot could be worked out in one session, but this is not the case. For built-up tension and chronic knots (adhesions) deep tissue massage is just one part of the treatment. 
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2.9 / 5  Satisfactory
from 6 users
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Acuherb Pain Specialist Clinic - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Acuherb Pain Specialist Clinic

56 Mary Mall, Mary Street, Dublin, Dublin 1
Rating from 1 Review I highly recommendClara, Ireland, 23 Feb 13

Acupuncture Clinics Beyond happy with the results. Very professional and you can tell he has years of experience. Within 2 sessions I felt a massive relief from a life long back problem. I highly recommend Dr Khan to my friends and family. Prices very reasonable.

Chinese Massage  
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Full Body Massage  
3 more treatments

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3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 16 users
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DublinAcupunctureClinic - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

DublinAcupunctureClinic

6 James's Terrace, Malahide
Dublin Acupuncture Clinic is a personal and private clinic based in Malahide providing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatments. At the practice, we treat a wide variety of conditions including Fertility, Pain Management, Anxiety, Stress & Arthritis.  All treatments are carried out in complete confidence.  We offer a free consultation to those that are new to acupuncture & TCM in order to see if we can help you.  This session lasts approximately 30 minutes.
Chinese Massage  
Massage  
Deep Tissue Massage  
7 more treatments
3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 2 users
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Stephen Coughlan - Running Repairs Acupuncture Practice - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Stephen Coughlan - Running Repairs Acupuncture Practice

6 Summerfield Close, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
Stephen Coughlan works at the Running Repairs Acupuncture Clinic, situated 1 km from from the center of Blanchardstown.
Chinese Massage  
Massage  
Full Body Massage  
1 more treatment
3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 39 users
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Lucan Massage Clinic - Mr David Corbally

Lucan Massage Clinic

Ballyowen Lane, Lucan, Co Dublin
Rating from 8 Reviews RecommendedMartin, Ireland, 25 Mar 14

I have suffered from sinus all of my life. Cranial massage was the only real cure. I get it done about every 4 months and have recommended it to others.

Chinese Massage €50 - €60
Tui Na What can i expect from a Tui Na treatment? One of the biggest advantages Tui Na has over other therapies is that a Tui Na patient is usually treated while fully clothed.  A Tui Na practitioner uses a combination of hand techniques, manipulation and mobilisation of joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments to align the musculo-skeletal system, to treat pain and encourage the flow of Qi (pron. 'Chee') and Blood in the body.  Among it's many other benefits, Tui Na often brings a sense of well being after a treatment and over time this can have a profound psychological affect.  This is one reason why people who try Tui Na, often find it becomes their treatment of choice.
Massage from €50
Deep Tissue Massage from €60
Deep Tissue Massage targets the deep tissue structure of the fascia and muscles, referred to as connective tissue. Of the many types of massage, deep tissue focuses on the release of muscle tension and chronic knots. Deep tissue massage can break up and eliminate scar tissue from previous injuries. A common problem is that stressed muscles can block nutrients and oxygen from getting to where they need to go, and this will cause inflammation that allows toxins to build up in your muscle tissue.  The inflammation and toxins contribute to pain and stress. Deep Tissue Massage breaks up and releases the built-up toxins by loosening the muscles. With the toxins released, blood and oxygen can circulate as they should through one’s body. Being properly hydrated before you go to your massage appointment and drinking plenty of water after one of these massages is highly recommended. The strokes used in deep tissue massage are similar to those used in a Swedish Massage except more pressure is used and it uses cross grain strokes (strokes that go across the gain of the muscles instead of with the grain). As with a classic Swedish massage, you will be lying on a massage table and covered with a sheet or towel. A good way to recover from a Deep Tissue Massage is by soaking in a warm bath with Epsom salt. This soaking is recommended because it will help get more of the toxins out of your body (Epsom salt draws the toxins out into the water). Your muscles need some rest after one of these massages, even if you feel no soreness. So do not plan any activities within a day of a Deep Tissue Massage. Some people think that if you just push hard enough, a knot could be worked out in one session, but this is not the case. For built-up tension and chronic knots (adhesions) deep tissue massage is just one part of the treatment. 
9 more treatments
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