Linda works with private clients in The Biodynamic Clinic, Hollyfield, Ballintrillick, County Sligo where there is peace, space, privacy and light and a chance for you to catch your breath and reconnect with your body and mind through gentle massage and talking things through. The methods are peaceful and restorative.
Since 2009 Linda works weekly at the Sligo Cancer Support Centre, Wine Street supporting clients and their family members through the cancer diagnosis. Often a person remains in a state of shock from the diagnosis of cancer. Biodynamic Massage is a gentle, consoling and reassuring treatment and can help to alleviate anxiety, stress and give hope for a future.
It is designed to help the body to empty and eliminate toxic elements of chemotherapy and thereby strengthen the immune system and promote the circulation for blood, lymph and oxygen.
To learn more about Sligo Cancer Support Centre see www.sligocancersupportcentre.ie
Having received treatment for cancer I was left with painful lymphodema in my arm. I attended Linda at the biodynamic clinic for a course of treatments. The response was almost immediate, and I have been able to resume activities I thought were gone for ever. The treatments are not just physically great, I find them great for my mental health also. Linda creates a very relaxing, nurturing environment and I could not recommend it highly enough. My only regret is that I didn’t start treatments sooner. Ronnie December 2018
‘Linda, thank you so much for the wonderful relaxing therapy, it really has impacted my wellbeing.’ John November 2018
'I have been attending regular Biodynamic Therapy sessions with Linda for several years, and I cannot recommend it highly enough. As someone who works in a stressful environment, Biodynamic Therapy helps me address and resolve issues which may have arisen between sessions. Biodynamic Therapy is delivered in a safe environment which helps me balance both my body and mind. I leave each session with a feeling of physical and psychological wellbeing.’ Iris May 2018