High quality massage in Dublin 1 area at an affordable price. Enjoy a therapeutic massage Dublin at our relaxing premises, or in the comfort of your home, office or hotel (generally call outs available by male massage therapist or regular clients only).Awarded Best Customer Service by WhatClinic.com, we offer a wide range of massages in Dublin (Full Body, Swedish, Holistic, Deep Tissue, 4 Hands, Lomi Lomi, Male to Male, Couples massage and Shiatsu) as well as Reflexology, Reiki and Cupping Therapy in a welcoming and relaxing setting.
Each of our male and female massage therapists in Dublin are ITEC-qualified to provide you with a fully-tailored massage, catering to your specific needs and requirements.Our reflexology service is fully-approved by VHI, Aviva, LAYA and Glo-Health health insurance providers.
Each massage session begins with an initial consultation with your personal massage therapist. Your therapist will give you some time to undress in private, and make yourself comfortable on the massage table before returning to begin your tailored massage. We are a well-established business, providing high quality, affordable massage services in the heart of Dublin city centre since 2009.
Please note: We don't provide any sexual services like tantra massage, sensual massage, erotic massage or any other non therapeutic massage types. Please respect this.
Benefits of massage
One of the immediate benefits of massage is a feeling of deep relaxation and calm. This occurs because massage prompts the release of endorphins – the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that produce feelings of wellbeing. Levels of stress hormones are also reduced. Studies indicate that high levels of stress hormones impair the immune system. Some of the physical benefits of massage and myotherapy include: reduced muscle tension improved circulation stimulation of the lymphatic system reduction of stress hormones relaxation increased joint mobility and flexibility improved skin tone improved recovery of soft tissue injuries heightened mental alertness reduced anxiety and depression.
Three things you never knew massage could do (From New Europe Magazine)
#1 – Massage can stimulate muscle regrowth
Massage can boost the regrowth of muscle tissue after an injury, by stimulating protein production in cells. This in itself is an interesting finding, but it gets even more intriguing. According to the US researchers behind this study, if you injure a limb and it cannot be massaged, you can still benefit from this muscle growth phenomenon: they found that when the opposite, uninjured limb was massaged, muscle in the other leg – that is, the injured, non-massaged limb – also grew faster.
#2 – Massage can boost growth in premature babies
A 2015 study found that twice daily 15-minute massage therapy sessions, over a period of two weeks, significantly increased weight gain, height and head circumference in premature babies. The number of bowel movements also increased, and infants were discharged sooner from hospital. Indeed, the findings were so significant that the study authors recommended all NICU nurses be trained in massage therapy techniques, so all pre-term infants could be given this treatment.
#3 – Massage can improve sleep
You’ve probably experienced for yourself how a relaxing massage can promote a great night’s sleep, but there’s research to show particular benefits for specific groups. Daily massages for full-term newborn babies, by their mothers, has been shown to improve the sleep patterns not only of the infants, but also of their mothers. Similarly, for autistic children, studies have shown how massages given by parents before bedtime can improve the children’s sleep – they go to sleep faster, stay asleep for longer, and wake less during the night.
Ana Zens and Adam Healy are responsible for managing Dublin Holistic Massages, and ensuring a high standard of quality and service at all times. Both Ana and Adam were born in Lithuania but have lived most of the lives in Ireland. Ana and Adam are ITEC qualified massage therapists, having receive qualifications from Walmer College, Raheny, Dublin, Ireland and Oxford College, UK in anatomy, physiology and reflexology.