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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.
The official opening of the Ballinasloe Cancer Support Centre’s new premises will take place on Wednesday September 11.
Ballinasloe Cancer Support Centre is delighted to announce it has moved to a bigger centre in Main Street, Ballinasloe. The premises is located over what was formely the National Irish Bank building, with an entrance beside John Dolan auctioneers.
Experience the many wonderful healing benefits of massage therapy — an ancient art of natural medicine practised for thousands of years — with Helen Momo at Indigo Holistic Healing Centre.
Sports massage was originally developed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons.
Question: I’m currently suffering poor energy levels and high stress levels. A friend has recommended Reflexology. Is this a treatment which would help in these areas and if so how many treatments would you need for it to be effective?
The IMTA was founded in 1990 and is one of the most respected associations in the field of complementary healthcare in Ireland today. It promotes and encourages high standards in training, education, and the practice in the massage therapy profession. It is an Irish-based association promoting and assisting Irish therapists in every aspect of their professional practice.
Athletes both professional and amateur are all striving for the best— from the gear they wear to equipment and training methods to help get the edge. This is the case in every sport. But some times it is the simplest ideas that are the most beneficial to help boost performance.
The Minister for Health was welcomed to Kilkenny for a happy occasion last week when he visited the new state-of-the-art Primary Care Centre and Medical Park at Ayrfield on Friday.