Relax and rejuvenate

Essential oils which are extracts from plants and herbs are used through massage to alleviate a wide variety of conditions. A specific blend of oils will be chosen which is specific to the client’s individual needs. Especially effective for stress-related conditions.

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Aromatherapy Massage (back, neck & shoulders) Price: €60

Full Body Aromatherapy Massage Price: €80

If you would like to book an aromatherapy massage, please call us on 01-4851100 or fill in our booking form.

More Information About Aromatherapy

The definition of aromatherapy is “treatment using scents”. Aromatherapy is a holistic treatment using beautiful, fresh smelling botanical oils such as rose, lemon, lavender and peppermint. These oils are massaged into the skin, and can also be inhaled directly or diffused for the aroma to fill entire room. Aromatherapy cab used for all of the following:

  • Pain relief
  • Skin care
  • To alleviate tension and fatigue
  • To invigorate the entire body.
  • When inhaled the e ssential oils work on the brain and nervous system through stimulation of the olfactory nerves and can affect the mood, alleviate fatigue, reduce anxiety and promote relaxation

The essential oils are all extracted from natural sources such as:

  • Plants
  • Flowers
  • Trees
  • Fruits
  • Bark
  • Grasses
  • Seeds

With distinctive therapeutic, psychological, and physiological properties, which improve and prevent illness. There are well over a hundred essential oils and all of these have a positive, healing effect on the body. Other properties that are seen in aromatherapy are their stimulation, relaxation, digestion improvement, and diuretic properties. All our essential oils are made from natural, pure raw materials as these are the only proven effective products.

Aromatherapy is one of the fastest growing fields in alternative medicine and can be used to treat a pain relief for:

  • Women in labour pain
  • Pain caused by the side effects of the chemotherapy undergone by cancer patients
  • Rehabilitation of cardiac patients.

Aromatherapy is now commonplace across the work, for example iIn Japan, engineers are incorporating aroma systems into new buildings. In one such application, the scent of lavender and rosemary is pumped into the customer area to calm down the waiting customers. Other applications involve perfumes from lemon and eucalyptus are used to keep office staff alert.