Nathan started the business after a 23 year amateur rugby career. During his career he picked up a number of injuries and having access to Sports Massage was crucial to his recovery. Nathan studied a Foundation Degree in Sport Performance with Middlesex University and is a fully qualified Sports Massage Therapist and First Aid Responder.
Nathan is very active within the community and is a proud sponsor of the Premier 2 and 5 teams at St Colmcilles GAA, as well as a player sponsor for Drogheda United Midfielder Mark Hughes. Nathan previously worked alongside Drogheda United during their return to the LOI Premier Division in 2021.
Alongside running his successful clinic Nathan provides Pitch Side Cover/ Therapy for Boyne RFC, Naomh Mairtins GAA Premier Division & Division 4 teams and the Drogheda United Academy teams. Nathan is also the Centre Manager for Ma.Ke Health Drogheda, A high tech facility offering Cryotherapy, Infrared & Vacuum Therapy, Body Analysis and Nutrition Plans.
Nathan holds membership to 4 of the leading professional organisations within his field, the Sports Therapy Association, Irish Massage Therapist Association, Irish Federation of Holistic Massage & the Complimentary Medical Association.
By gaining membership to these industry leading associations it allows Nathan to help keep your body at its best. With access to the best courses and industry information, he can ensure he maintains the highest level of treatments possible.
So whether you're a sporting professional, amateur or simply feeling the strain from your day to day life, Nathan can offer a solution for you.
Fiona has been studying and using Essential Oils since 1991 and includes their usage in most of her treatments. The founder and owner of Fiona's Therapies, Fiona holds Diplomas in Anatomy and Physiology, Holistic Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy, Pediatric Massage, and Pediatric massage with special healthcare needs, to name a few.
Fiona has a Teaching Certificate through NUI Maynooth and hosts regular workshops in An Grianan in Drogheda, Co Louth.
Fiona has served as Regional Officer and President of the Irish Massage Therapists Association, one of the most respected associations in the field of complementary health care in Ireland today.
Our mission is to help you heal, prepare and excel. We want you to leave your session feeling better, both physically and mentally, giving you the ability to go about your day to day activities, pain free.
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Deep Tissue & Sports Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods of time.
A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body. During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body.
Holistic massage is performed with slow sweeping strokes that soothe away tension, leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed. This treatment helps to soothe and relax, treating all tissue equally and not using techniques to address any problem areas.
An aromatherapy massage includes all the benefits of a regular massage, (improved circulation, lymph drainage etc.) with the added benefit of a blend of essential oils tailored to your specific needs
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, eye strain & headaches.
Thai Foot Massage is a massage of the feet and also lower legs. It is both invigorating and deeply relaxing and involves hands on massage, stretching and acupressure to stimulate reflex points.
Myofascial release is a safe and very effective technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Taping and strapping techniques can help prevent injury as well as protect an athlete from re-injury whilst returning to sport. It can also be used on patients to inhibit muscles spasms and promote normal positioning.