External Practitioners

We rent our studio and therapy rooms to a small number of highly-skilled practitioners. You can find their details below.

Dei Glennon: Acupuncture, Body Work, Shamanic Healing

Friday mornings, 1 hour treatments
Email Dei or text 087 952 6000.

Dei has been a practicing therapist since 2002. She takes a multi-disciplinary approach to her work and is therefore able to curate an individual experience with each person. She believes deeply in a trauma-informed approach to gauge a whole picture for a whole person. She specialises in body work, energy work and acupuncture. Often drawing on all three in one session. Using this unique perspective allows her to engage with the body in a safe and gentle way to bring about release on the mental, emotional and physical level in accordance with the boundaries of each person. Each person will be met with gentleness and integrity.

Dana Andrew – Thai Bodywork

Tuesday evenings , 16:00 – 22:00

Book with Dana

Dana offers Thai Bodywork sessions (60 – 120 mins) for all body types to help reduce stress, tension and pain.  Each session is tailored to your individual needs to help your body and mind move towards a more balanced state.  Thai Bodywork is mostly carried out fully clothed on a padded mat on the floor.  Thai Bodywork can be particularly effective in reducing stress, headaches, muscular tension and chronic pain, as well as boosting energy levels, stimulating circulation and improving range of motion.  Dana also offers 1:1 mindful yoga, meditation and breathwork.  These practices can be incorporated into your session on request.

Eoin Fehily (he/him) – Physiotherapy & Pilates.

Mondays 7.30am -12.30pm. Book with Eoin.

Eoin completed his physiotherapy degree in 2013 at University College Dublin. Over the next 3 years he worked in New Zealand. He qualified as a Pilates instructor during this period and set up a Pilates clinic in Wanaka, developing individual and group programs tailored for all levels. Eoin also specialised in treatment of elite skiers and snowboarders in Wanaka’s challenging ski fields, while also working as the head physiotherapist to the Upper Clutha Rugby team.

In 2015, Eoin moved to Melbourne, Australia and began a 5-year association with Pinnacle Health Group – specialists in corporate wellness working with ergonomic issues, back and neck problems, pain relief and musculoskeletal conditions. By the end of his 5-years at Pinnacle, Eoin was responsible for 10 healthcare professionals specialising in corporate wellness and had a well-rounded understanding of the psychosocial nature of pain and how best to manage it. He returned to Ireland in 2020 with great experience in healthcare management, specifically sports injuries and Pilates for all age groups. He feels the experience in New Zealand and Australia has opened his eyes to the broader picture of physiotherapy and allied health.

Eoin is well practiced in manual therapy, dry needling, taping and soft tissue techniques. He has gained experience in a wide array of disciplines and sports. He believes in adapting his treatment to match the individual needs of the client and provide optimal return to the demands of an active life.

Personally, Eoin enjoys a varied lifestyle. He was a windsurfing instructor before he became a physiotherapist. He enjoys acting and kite surfing. He is also very keen on personal fitness including Pilates and competing in running and triathlon events. In 2019 he completed the Melbourne Marathon and completed his first Half Ironman triathlon in Cork in 2022.

Eoin’s philosophy as a physiotherapist is to provide the client with an understanding of how exercise and lifestyle changes can help to remove pain and restore optimal function.