The origins of massage are found in ancient China with most well-known forms of modern massage tracing their roots to this source. Massage has been used in China since pre-historic times and the art as practiced today is highly developed, incorporating techniques traditionally associated with holistic and Swedish massage, together with joint manipulations similar to osteopathy.
As practiced in the West, Chinese massage works on a deeper level than holistic or Swedish massage but does not include the heavier manipulations commonly used in China. You will experience a deeply healing massage which addresses the root cause of your condition.
Symptoms and conditions alleviated by Tuina massage include the following:
Scar tissue pain
Soft tissue injury
Deep tissue injury
Therapy Pricing and Schedule: Appointments available Monday through Saturday.
€50 for neuromuscular therapy, one hour €50 for massage therapy, one hour €50 for acupuncture follow up, one hour €50 for Reiki, one hour €30 for half hour therapy session €70 for ninety minute therapy session
Liam Byrne is a graduate of the Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland, qualifying in the practice of Tuina Massage with Dr. Fanyi Meng, TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) programme director with the University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK.
Liam uses Tuina as both a standard complement to acupuncture therapy and as an independent massage therapy for specific conditions or general physical relaxation. He practices from therapy rooms in Dublin, Arklow Co. Wicklow and Gorey Co. Wexford.