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Grainne- Massage Therapist



Grainne brings a mind-body approach to every session where each massage is a blend of modalities tailored to the client’s needs to bring about relief, relaxation and rejuvenation. Grainne is a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress, and strongly believes in massage as a vital modality for enhancing overall health and well-being. Her attention to detail and nurturing personality enable Grainne to form a strong connection to her clients. Her ability to zero in on and address her client’s problem areas make them very happy and ready to face the world once more!

Grainne provides a full range of massages from relaxing Swedish Body massages Indian Head massages and Pregnancy Massages to the more vigorous Deep Tissue and Therapeutic massages. Grainne is also trained in LAVA shell massage techniques: The warmth of the Lava Shells allows deep relaxation in this bespoke back massage treatment. The shells glide over the back to warm and relax muscles. The focus then moves onto specific massage techniques working on pressure points and tension areas to ease stress and stiffness, delivering an intense and powerful massage treatment.

Grainne’s Qualifications in ITEC (2010) and CIDESCO– Fully qualified (2010) are shown below:

C.I.D.E.S.C.O. (The Comite International D’Esthetique et de Cosmetologie)

Founded in 1946 to promote the same high standard of training in all its member countries. From Zurich, C.I.D.E.S.C.O. has established recognised levels of excellence throughout the world. The diploma is regarded by those in the world of massage and beauty therapy as representing the highest standards of training available.

I.T.E.C. (International Therapy Examination Council)

Founded in 1973 to set and maintain high standards in the practice of Massage and beauty therapy. The I.T.E.C. syllabus is the result of over 40 years’ experience and is recognised worldwide.

Massages compliment physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment so why not ask your treating practitioner for more information next time you are here?