At the Iveagh practice, Dublin we recognise there are many strands to wellbeing; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual — thus wellness requires a nuanced and varied approach.
Sometimes we may feel the need to talk about our deeper issues with a trained psychotherapist in Dublin, or make a plan for our future with a life coach. Sometimes the right thing for our wellbeing is to work through our energetics blocks with an acupuncturist, amatsu body worker or an energy healer.
Many of these disciplines contain much ancient wisdom and understanding of our energetic systems and how we need to live more holistically to really feel well. How our mind, body and the environment we live in are intimately connected and trauma and stress from being out of balance in any of these areas affects us at many levels.
Regardless of which path we take towards health and wellness, the outcome we are reaching for is the same, a relaxed sense of well-being in our bodies, a sense of authorship and agency within our lives, and a feeling of belonging and connection in our communities and to our spiritual selves.
clients have to say
I started Amatsu therapy about two years ago. I didn’t know much about it but I was willing to try what for me was unconventional. I suffer from back pain and my psyche has a huge impact on my physique so I often felt out of balance but, who knew that there was this technique out there that will help you align what your daily stress skews. If I was to describe it, it is like a milder form of osteopathy so gentle that it feels like magic, though the benefits are immeasurable. I leave every session looking forward to the next, feeling very relaxed and a bit lightheaded. Clare has changed my life, I now understand my body when it talks to me. I couldn’t hear it before.