Leah McVeigh

Leah McVeigh is an experienced therapist who is passionate about living a healthy, holistic life and has a passion for helping others. Having held a long-term interest in holistic therapies, nutrition and health, Leah gained lots of knowledge through attending short courses in massage, sound healing and reiki as well as spending hours in the library researching nutrition for health since she was a teenager.
Leah began studying Health Science and Complementary therapies full time in 2016. She then worked as a nutritional advisor and therapist in Sligo Wellness Centre for two years where she also gained valuable training in nutrition, health, and supplementation. In 2019, she moved to Asia. Here, she explored different cultural traditions of massage. Since moving back to Ireland, Leah is currently advancing her knowledge through att

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Treatments

Reflexology for general health and wellbeing:
Based on Chinese traditions, reflexology aims to keep qi energy (vital energy) flowing in the body. When a person feels stressed, their body blocks qi. This blockage or imbalance in the body can cause illness.
Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body. Pressure applied to the foot brings relaxation and healing to the corresponding area of the body.
Suitable for all ages, reflexology has many benefits:
Reduces anxiety and stress, boosts the immune system, improves circulation and digestion, clears up sinus issues, works well alongside cancer treatments, lifts moods, reduces pain, improves lymphatic drainage and improves general health and wellbeing.
 

 Indian Head Massage 

Indian head massage stems from an ancient Ayurvedic healing system dating back to over 1000 years ago. It focuses on relieving the effects of stress and is ideal for those suffering from aching shoulders, a tight neck, sinus issues, eye strain, headaches, insomnia, poor concentration and in particular, hair loss. 

 Holistic Swedish Massage for Women’s Wellbeing

Holistic (mind, body, spirit) massage involves treating the whole person (physically and mentally) and not just the symptom or condition. Massage can be used for relaxation, stimulation or rehabilitation of the whole body or part of it.
Holistic Swedish massage is used to relieve stress, tension, relaxes the mind, improves circulation, muscle suppleness and skin tone while lifting the spirit and balancing energy. Massage encourages better lymph drainage, improves digestion, boosts immunity, helps with sleep and much more. Pressure can be light, medium, or deep.
In a holistic Swedish massage session, the therapist uses a massage oil or lotion and performs various massage strokes. These movements warm up the muscle tissue, releasing tension and gradually break up knots and tension built in the tissues.

Leah McVeigh