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Shiatsu for Charity on Int’l Women’s Day

To mark International Women’s Day this year I am offering Japanese Acupressure / Shiatsu sessions on the day for charity. All proceeds are going to Aoibhneas Women and Children’s Refuge who do incredible work to empower women and children for 30 years on Dublin’s Northside.

What: Japanese Massage / Shiatsu in 30 and 60 minute sessions
When: Wednesday March 7th, 2018 | 10 am – 6 pm
(It’s the day before the actual Int’l Women’s Day)
Where: Ekko Therapies @ Essentials Holistic Centre in Malahide Marina
Who: Anyone with a fancy to celebrate women’s day with us and support this amazing cause. Men Women & Children welcome.
Fee: Recommended minimum contribution: €15 for 30 min | €30 for 60 min

Booking is essential.
To book please call Cindy on 087 6710280 or book online:

And whether you can join us on the day or not please share this event widely.

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Meike completed the three-year Diploma course with the Shiatsu College Dublin in 2012 with distinction, is a member of The Shiatsu Society of Ireland (SSI) and holds clinics both in New Ross, Co. Wexford and Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

From 2001 till 2007 she studied Mindfulness and Compassion Meditation under the guidance of Tibetan Buddhist Teacher Lama Tschaglung Tulku Ngawang Gelek in Berlin.

Meike has a background in Biology and received a Master of Science from Osnabruck University in Germany. She has a keen interest in unifying scientific research and eastern philosophy and applying this knowledge into body work. For her, practising and teaching Shiatsu gives her the opportunity to further explore and develop this.

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