Full Body Massage Dublin South City Centre

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.1 Outstanding
from 44 users
Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic - Rachel Chambers

Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic

29-30 Dame Street, 29-30 Dame Street, Dublin 2, D02A025
4.8 from 6 verified reviews
Can't praise highly enough!Jen, Belfast/Dublin tomorrow, 21 09 13

Massage Therapist Consultation Great experience, knowledgeable ethical treatment for severe spinal issues. Can't praise highly enough!

Full Body Massage from €65
Holistic full body massage is a deeply relaxing treatment that aims to release some of the stress and tension that build up in your body over time. It is a perfect de-stressor. This massage will work firmly into your muscles and tissues, relieving deep seated aches and pains while promoting a sense of calmness and peace. Why choose Holistic Full Body Massage?to reduce stressto ease muscle tensionto reduce anxietyto aid with depressionto lower high blood pressureto reduce fatigue and improve insomniato assist with chronic fatigueto reverse burn-out (i.e. high levels of stress, low energy, regular illness, mood swings)
Massage from €65
We offer a free 15 minute consultation on your first visit. This allows you and us to explore your reasons for massage in more depth and to determine if massage treatment is appropriate for you.
Deep Tissue Massage from €65
Deep tissue massage is slow, deep massage techniques focused on areas of pain and tension with the intent of re-aligning muscles and connective tissue/fascia. We explore the pattern of tension and pain to find what is causing the issue with the goal of correcting the imbalance and restoring normal function. We use myofascial techniques to achieve deep and lasting changes in the muscles and fascial systems. Deep tissue massage is a part of our   for pain, injury and limited mobility. Why choose deep tissue massage? to understand and reduce chronic painto understand and reverse limited and/or painful mobilityto speed up recovery from injury (whiplash, sports injuries, etc.)to treat repetitive strain injury/RSI (carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, etc.)to understand and reduce muscle tension or spasmto identify, understand and treat postural problemsto understand and reduce headachesto understand and reduce migraines
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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.2 Outstanding
from 68 users
Trinity Chiropractic and Natural Health Centre - Dr Jeffrey

Trinity Chiropractic and Natural Health Centre

12-14 College Green, 4th Floor, Dublin, Dublin 2
4.6 from 6 verified reviews
My treatment was great!Dee, Ireland, 24 12 14

I was very impressed by every aspect of my dealings with the clinic. All the staff are helpful, courteous & pleasant & very professional. My treatment was great! Dr Jeffrey listened to me & my concerns & explained things very clearly & answered my questions. I was very pleased with the report I was sent after my diti. It was professional & very thorough & I feel the money it cost was well spent. My overall experience was faultless & enjoyable...I was definitely in good hands! A huge thanks to all concerned.

Full Body Massage €60 - €70
Per hour
Massage €60 - €70
Deep Tissue Massage €60 - €70
Per hour
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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.1 Excellent
from 30 users
Iveagh Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Iveagh Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Aungier St Clinic, 1st Floor, 16 Redmond Hill, Dublin, D02YK19
4.8 from 5 verified reviews
Highly recommendColin, Ireland, 11 11 13

I have spent 12 months with tight calves and not able to run more than a few miles, but after a couple of sessions of Dry Needling from Roy, I am back running 3-4 times a week. Highly recommend Roy for knowledge and treatment.

Full Body Massage  
Deep Tissue Massage  
Sports Massage from €25
We recommend €50 for 50 minute Sports Massage
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.7 Excellent
from 1 user
EMI Physical & Sports Therapy - Massage Clinic in Ireland

EMI Physical & Sports Therapy

Dublin Holistic Centre, 28 South William St., Dublin, 2
For more information about EMI Physical & Sports Therapy in Dublin City Centre please contact the clinic.
Full Body Massage from €80
Deep Tissue Massage from €60
Pregnancy Massage from €50
5 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.1 Excellent
from 7 users
Melt - Temple Bar - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Melt - Temple Bar

2 Temple Lane South, Temple Bar, Dublin
This Centre in South Dublin, Ireland has a team of herbalists who are dedicated to the well being of their patients. The team consists of Reflexologists, homeopaths and other natural healers. A range of massage therapies are performed at the centre including Swedish massage, healing massage, Shiatsu massage, sports injury massage, manual lymph drainage, deep tissue massage, Indian head massage, aromatherapy massage and reflexology massage. Other treatments provided at the centre include Reiki, acupuncture, acupressure, Tuina therapy, polarity therapy and Kinesiology. Courses on natural healing methods are also conducted for students.
Full Body Massage
Full Body Massage from €55
Full Body Massage from €95
Massage
Back-2-Go from €15
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1 other location in Dublin South City Centre for Melt - Temple Bar
Melt - The Westin

Melt - The Westin

The Westin Hotel, Westmoreland Street, D
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.3 Very Good
from 3 users
Healing Amulet Bodywork Clinic - Holistic Health Clinic in Ireland

Healing Amulet Bodywork Clinic

111 Baggot Street Dublin, Ireland, red door between O'Briends and Olive Green, Dublin
5.0 from 1 verified review
Very focused on her patientsLaura, Ireland, 27 10 14

I have been going to Andrea for a range of treatments (massage, Reiki, Indian Head Massage, Thai, Swedish and dry massage) for several years and she is fantastic. I can suffer from skin inflammations (excema) and sinusitis every few months and whenever I go into Andrea for a treatment, my symptoms are alleviated significantly and a few days later, everything is a lot better. Andrea creates a very relaxing and meditative environment and you forget about all your stresses and worries for the duration of the treatment and this feeling lasts beyond the treatment as well. She is very focused on her patients and makes sure that she sits down with you before she begins, to talk to you about what is going on, where the tensions in your body are and exactly what you want from the treatment. She is excellent at what she does and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her to anyone. I have sent lots of friends and family along to Andrea and got a few vouchers from her last year as Christmas presents which were gratefully received by people! She is also a innovative business woman and has built her business from scratch on hard work and her reputation which I greatly respect. I would definitely encourage anyone to go to Andrea for holistic massage, healing and also for a great sports massage.

Full Body Massage  
Deep Tissue Massage
First Visit Consultation + Therapy up to €60
Initial treatment of choice in 60 min followed  by a consultation to set your goals and reason of the visit. 70 min appointment cost now only €60 for new client.
Deep Tissue Massage  
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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
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The Peak Wellness Studio - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

The Peak Wellness Studio

33 Pembroke St Lower Dublin 2, Dublin, D2
We are a holistic treatment centre combining Acupuncture, Massage and Pilates to provide immediate relief and long lasting benefit to our clients.With over 13yrs of experience in the treatment of poor posture, pain management and relaxation we have found the combination of these three elements yield incredible results. Specialising in lower back pain, hip and shoulder mis-alignment, headache, neck and shoulder pain, insomnia, fatigue and stress management.
Full Body Massage  
Deep Tissue Massage from €35
Holistic Massage from €35
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.7 Very Good
from 2 users
Mai Thai Massage - Mai Thai Masage

Mai Thai Massage

41 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Dublin 2
Male and female customers are treated to a relaxing and rejuvenating experience at this studio where high quality Thai massage services are provided. The studio is located at Upper Abbey Street in Dublin, Ireland. The team of therapists come from Thailand and create an environment where customers enjoy a relaxing and pampering experience. Late evening and weekend appointments are offered to accommodate busy schedules. Services provided include Thai oil massage, Thai foot massage, traditional Thai massage, Thai hot oil massage, Thai head massage, Thai herbal massage, hot stone massage and sports massage.
Full Body Massage from €30
Massage €30
Thai Oil Massage (Full body) 40 minutes
Deep Tissue Massage from €30
1 more treatment
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
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The Physio Company - Baggot Street Lower - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

The Physio Company - Baggot Street Lower

112c Baggot Street Lower, Dublin, Dublin 2
4.8 from 1 verified review
Our clinic is located on Lower Baggot Street in Dublin 2, just opposite Larry Murphy’s Pub. Our team of highly qualified chartered physiotherapists specialise in many areas including: neck, back and sports injuries, sports and deep tissue massage, dry needling and acupuncture, custom orthotics, women’s health services and are proficient in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain or injuries anywhere in the body. All of our physios are members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, the Irish regulatory body for physiotherapy.
Full Body Massage from €55
Our standard 30 minute Massages cost €55. Should it be required we can book you in for an extended 45 minute massage for €75
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Deep Tissue Massage from €55
Our standard 30 minute Deep Tissue Massages cost €55. Should it be required we can book you in for an extended 45 minute massage for €75
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.0 Excellent
from 158 users
Dublin Holistic Centre - Holistic Health Clinic in Ireland

Dublin Holistic Centre

28 South William St., Dublin, Dublin 2
4.4 from 6 verified reviews
Felt relaxed and well after my treatment.Guida, Dublin, 29 07 15

I suffered from depression for many years. He was approachable, explained everything that I asked, and the session was very straight forward. I felt relaxed and well afterward, and It has had a great impact on my life. I find Mr. Anders a very good professional, helpful, easy going, and most of everything, human and honest. I attended at Mr. Anders house. I was apprehensive, but afterward I thought it was as good as. The space is nice and relaxing, and I was back for a next session which felt as good. I will be back to tackle my next rock.

Full Body Massage from €60
- The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase health and well-being - The benefits of massage are both mind and body. It is rare that we take an hour to lie down, close our eyes and just be. - An hours peace and quiet away from ringing phones and demanding children has a definite restorative effect - aids lymphatic drainage, helps to release toxins. - massage will stimulate blood flow and help the release of those feel-good endorphins that make us feel smiley inside. - Touch also conveys a sense of caring, an important component in the healing relationship. - massage can be used to promote general well-being and enhance self-esteem, while boosting the circulatory and immune systems to benefit blood pressure, circulation, muscle tone, digestion, and skin tone.
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Deep Tissue Massage from €60
Deep tissue massage is effective because of its technique - consisting of slower, stronger massage that stimulates deep into muscles. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibers of the muscles, tendons and fascia. In many cases, a deep tissue massage has replaced the classic Swedish massage in terms of frequency of use. Whereas visitors to any spa around the country may have traditionally sought out a massage that simply relaxed, now they are seeking a massage that also stimulates, conditions, and heals.
19 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
6.2 Good
from 7 users
Bodyworks Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Bodyworks Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Clinic

93 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, Dublin 2
4.9 from 1 verified review
At Bodyworks we offer the highest standards in: Physiotherapy provided by Chartered Physiotherapists Sports injuries assessment and rehabilitation Pilates Classes and "One on One" Pilates sessions Antenatal and Postnatal physiotherapy, massage and Pilates Traditional and deep tissue sports massage Advice on the correction of poor biomechanics/muscle imbalances Orthotics Dry Neeling and Myofascial therapy
Full Body Massage  
Massage from €50
Deep Tissue Massage  
3 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.2 Very Good
from 2 users
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.
Full Body Massage from €60
By far, the most popular benefit of Full Body Massage is that it is both relaxing and invigorating. It is an excellent way to help rid the body of tension and to achieve a sense of overall well-being. A standard Full Body session lasts for 60 or 90 minutes, and addresses most major muscle groups of the body. The session is usually performed on a soft massage table, in an environment that is meant to relax the recipient. The strokes of the massage relax individual muscles, while the overall experience eliminates mental stress.Sessions can target specific areas of pain like a sprained ankle, or they can be used to help manage the chronic pain that comes with conditions like arthritis. By using strokes that improve circulation and increase body-wide relaxation, the massage therapist can help make many painful conditions more bearable.The strokes of massage replicate the movements of the circulatory system. By performing the strokes toward the heart, massage drains metabolic waste from the limbs of the body. Massage can break up muscle adhesions and help promote the healthy healing of scar tissue. Swedish Massage uses strokes like cross-fiber friction to work out the kinks that can accompany injured muscles. These strokes help get rid of scar tissue and return the muscles to their normal, healthy state.
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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