Patricia is a qualified practitioner of Shiatsu, Rejuvenating Face & Head Massage and Health & Life Coaching.

She trained as a practitioner and teacher of Metamorphic Technique with Gaston Saint Pierre, the founder of the technique. She is an IIHS qualified Instructor of The Vimala Alphabet (International Institute of handwriting Studies).

Her unique blend of interests and skills are now recognised and valued by clients and colleagues, and by organisations who consistently invite her to create or collaborate with others on their training courses. Her approach is simple, practical and creative.

Patricia offers the following services:


  • Shiatsu treatments;
  • Stress Reduction;
  • Rejuvenating Face & Head Massage;
  • Health and Life Coaching; and
  • Transformation through Touch & Writing.

Training, Coaching And Classes

Simple bodywork is very effective for the physical reduction of stress, however education is the key to resolving or coping with the situation in the long term.

Through training sessions, coaching or regular classes you can begin to put together the pieces of your life – how your physical symptoms relate to emotions, how your diet and exercise routine relate to mood and energy levels, how you hear and see your colleagues or clients affects your communication.

Education gives a new perspective, you become more aware of your blind spots and old patterns and you take charge of your performance.

    Rejuvenating Shiatsu Facial

    Your face reflects how you are feeling.

    Stress, emotions and habitual expressions and lifestyle choices often leave their mark. No products are used so there are no allergic reactions to the facial.

    A series of massage movements and light pressure on shiatsu points on the face, neck and head are used leaving the client deeply relaxed and restored after this one hour session.

    Malahide Co. Dublin

    Tel: 01 845 3647

    Mobile: 087 632 4154




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