Email us: info@thedublinwellbeingcentre.ie

Call us: +353 (0) 86 347 34 73

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The Dublin Wellbeing Centre

An oasis of calm and tranquility.

About Us

ABOUT THE CENTRE

About the Centre

The Dublin Wellbeing Centre is a beautiful place to spend some time. Therapist and clients alike just love being in this space. The space is well maintained as with energy work, the space needs to be cleared and cleansed regularly.

There are a wealth of therapies available from a dedicated team of professional and qualified therapists. We offer over 30 various therapies for you to choose from.

About the Centre

The Dublin Wellbeing Centre is a beautiful place to spend some time. Therapist and clients alike just love being in this space. The space is well maintained as with energy work, the space needs to be cleared and cleansed regularly.

There are a wealth of therapies available from a dedicated team of professional and qualified therapists. We offer over 30 various therapies for you to choose from.

The Sitting Room

 

OUR LARGER THERAPY ROOM FOR PLINTH WORK

About the Sitting Room

This room is spectacular with its unusual shaped walls. The roof top window allows us to work to the sound of the birds and the weather outside.
It is called the Sitting Room because people feel at home here. Its many beautiful pieces of art make it an inspirational space.

This room is used more for plinth work, energy work and massage.

About the Sitting Room

This room is spectacular with its unusual shaped walls. The roof top window allows us to work to the sound of the birds and the weather outside.
It is called the Sitting Room because people feel at home here. Its many beautiful pieces of art make it an inspirational space.

This room is used more for plinth work, energy work and massage.

The Fairy Room

 

OUR INTIMATE THERAPY ROOM

About the Fairy Room

The fairy room is so called because there is a fairy door into a secret space where we believe the fairies reside.
This room also has unusual shaped walls and contains some beautiful pieces of art also.

It is a more private space and is used mostly for counselling and psychotherapy but also for plinth work.

About the Fairy Room

The fairy room is so called because there is a fairy door into a secret space where we believe the fairies reside.
This room also has unusual shaped walls and contains some beautiful pieces of art also.

It is a more private space and is used mostly for counselling and psychotherapy but also for plinth work.

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LET'S KEEP IN TOUCH

We will share useful information with you from time to time: health tips, details of courses and events and money off promotions for therapies at the Dublin Wellbeing Centre. Reminding you to take care of yourself with practical advice and tips.

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