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Classes in Healing Touch are again available at The Salthill Hotel, Galway, on September 20 to 21 and September 27 to 28 for Level 1.
The Institute of Massage and Sports Therapy Ltd has been providing the highest level of professional training for sports therapists for 16 years.
Finish off your summer break with a visit to Clara House Holistic Spa. With their ‘Bring a friend for free’ offer running until the end of August it is the perfect time to catch up with friends and indulge in a little pampering time as well!
Health and Herbs is holding an open day at its premises on Sea Road on Saturday from 12 noon to 4pm in aid of local charity Enable Ireland.
Whelehans Pharmacy are now offering beauty and holistic therapies with the addition of their new Beauty and Therapy Rooms on the first floor. Beauty and Holistic Therapist, Fiona Conlon, will be providing for all your beautifying and pampering needs. Fiona is an experienced therapist for the last 12 years and has sucessfully run her own business, Therapeutic Treats, since 2005. Fiona previously operated from Dominick Street and Clonmore, and is delighted to relocate to Whelehans Beauty and Therapy Rooms!
Headaches, exaggerated curvature of the neck, tooth grinding, poor digestion, muscle locking, blocked sinuses and misaligned bite, not to mention pain and discomfort — it may surprise many to learn that all of these symptoms and more can arise from jaw disfunction.
Robyne Igra is qualified in holistic massage and studied deep tissue technique to create a personal holistic treatment. Since qualifying she is continuing to broaden her education and is currently studying for a sports and remedial massage qualification to supplement her treatments. Robyne has a passion for an integrative approach to health and wellness and aims to work together with mind and body to resolve unrest. As a therapist she incorporates the client’s medical history, current lifestyle, and expectations and work with the client in order to create a tailor-made treatment plan.
Since launching their successful physiotherapy service last year, Whelehans staff are often asked are all ‘physios’ the same? Unfortunately the answer is no. Unlike other medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, up until recently there has been no protection in Irish law for the title of physiotherapist in Ireland. This means that in essence, anyone such as a ‘massage therapist’ or ‘sports therapist’ has been able to assume the name of ‘physiotherapist’.
The Georgina Price College of Beauty, Galway is currently enrolling for its summer 2014 schedule of classes. The college received a 100 per cent CIDESCO success rate in the examinations held at the college last June.