About my workshops...
I am a complementary health practitioner specialising in physical therapy and education for pain.
I help people experiencing pain towards recovery.
I am qualified in Health Science, Neuromuscular therapy, Remedial Massage Therapy, Coaching with Neuroscience, Yin Yoga, Dry needling, Cupping and training design and delivery. I am the author of: "Your guide to pain recovery", a brief and easy-to-read guidebook to relieve pain.
Over the last 15 years, I have developed a professional yet non-clinical "wholistic" approach to managing pain.
I have been training and teaching around this approach for over a decade.
I run my treatment clinic in Dublin 4. This is where I help people with their Physical pain, health and well-being by
Integrating the physical and emotional body. I do this by working with the bodys' tissue, combining breathwork with reframing belief systems. I help people work through times of physical and emotional challenge by building resilience and learning to regulate and rebalance their bodies.
I teach group pain recovery workshops for yoga teachers, Rugby, GAA teams and the general public.
Saturday, September 17th
8 Pembroke road Ballsbridge
10.30 - 12.30
Pain recovery workshop
A great introductory workshop to working with rollers to loosen tightened Muscles and easing pain.
Strategies and sequences to heal from your hip and back pain.
Saturday, October 1st
Yoga Dublin Ranelagh
2.30 pm -4.30 pm
Strategies and sequences to recover from your hip and back pain.
In this workshop, we will discover strategies and sequences to build capacity around the hip, back and core muscles, building for your pain-free movement ability long term.
We will focus on:
long-held fascial stretches
reactivating core stability
Retraining muscle slings and patterns
Yin yoga sequences
Saturday, October 15th
Samadhi Yoga -
Temple Bar Dublin 2
10.30 - 1 pm Hip, Back & Pelvis.
2 pm -4.30 Thoracic spine, Shoulder girdle and neck
This workshop is suitable for all levels and for those currently experiencing a painful condition. The difference between this workshop and others offered is that we can focus on a smaller group ensuring all participants get more queuing and individual attention.
This slightly longer format means we can take a deeper dive into the anatomy and the function of the pelvic girdle and how it forms the foundation of the bridge that is the spine and core, linking the pelvis and shoulder.