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Dublin Massage/Physical Therapy


Janja Svelc, BSc Ph. Th.

Janja is a Physical Therapist and member of IAPT. IAPT is a Professional Body established to ensure excellence in promoting musculoskeletal health. Janja discovered her passion for running on a regular basis, pushing the limits until she sustained an injury to her ankle. She was fascinated by the mechanics involved in the injury and spent days researching different reasons for the injury.

As it happens, during research she found a course in Physical Therapy at IPTAS, enrolled, graduated in 2016 and realised her vocation. Her treatments are individually tailored to specific client’s needs. Goal of treatment is teaching the clients to manage their musculoskeletal health on their own with tips and pointers and lifestyle changes. She is interested in all sports, and their biomechanics. She was a member of her school’s basketball team so she understands the fast paced game with changing directions, and what it takes to remain injury free.

Janja is originally from Slovenia,the small gem of nature on the south side of the Alps. Life led her to Dublin in 2010 where she discovered the Dublin city’s love for running, cycling and sports in general.

Physical Therapy  €60 for 1 hour.   Special offer new clients €50 for 1 hour.

Rasa Vaitiekiene, RMT

Rasa, Massage Therapist

Rasa has been a professional Massage Therapist since 2013. She has a diploma in ITEC Holistic Massage, certificates in Sports Massage level 3 and Sports and Orthopaedic massage level 4. She still continues to study Sports and Myoskeletal Therapy level 5.

Rasa is an insured therapist with ARCHTI – association of registered complementary health therapists of Ireland.

Sports/ Orthopaedic/ Myoskeletal massage release restrictions in a variety of soft tissues. Techniques are then used to release myofascial restrictions and trigger points, treat any disorganized collagen, restore normal resting tone and joint mobilization.

Rasa came to Ireland in 2013 and immediately fell in love with the country. Not even one year passed when she started to study massage therapy, where it became her passion and job. She really enjoys to enroll in new massage courses and make her knowledge better in her work. This keeps her going, and makes her more motivated when she can see her clients getting better.

When she can find that little free time, Rasa really likes Pilates, reading, and travelling.

Massage €60 for 1 hour.


What is Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy is a healthcare profession which involves the treatment or management of pain, disability and impaired movement by means of massage, myofascial techniques, joints mobilisations and exercises. It is a primary care health profession and is established on sound health science principles. The Physical Therapist works to restore full normal movement and to reduce or eliminate pain resulting from injury, infirmity and from medical conditions. IAPT Physical Therapists are degree qualified from the Institute of Physical Therapy and Applied Science (IPTAS) in Dublin. They are highly qualified and work predominantly in private practice. Physical Therapists work with clients of all ages and with a broad range of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Physical therapy treatment is currently recognised by the following medical insurers: VHI, LAYA, Aviva, Glo Health, Garda Medical, ESB Medical, Hospital Saturday Fund, and Irish Life Insurance

What Does Physical Treatment Involve?

Physical Therapy Treatment
Assessment of the Problem: She will carry out a thorough assessment with you and establish the cause of your problem and will then develop a programme which is specific to you and your underlying condition.

Treatment of the Problem: She will work with you, using a variety of advanced hands-on manual techniques to treat your problems which often occur in the joints and soft tissues, such as: muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and fascia. The Therapist will ensure continual assessment and monitoring of your presenting problem during your treatment.

Identifying the Underlying Causes: In addition to physical assessment, she will adopt a ‘big-picture approach’ taking into account any work or activity related issues which are contributing to the problem. They will also take into account social and psychological issues contributing to your physical problems.

Preventing Reoccurrence: Your Therapist will work with you to establish a suitable exercise or rehabilitation program to help restore you to full health and reduce risk of re-injury. She will also work with you to change patterns of activity which have led to the problem in the first place.

Common Problems We Treat

    • Neck pain
    • Whiplash
    • Headaches
    • Shoulder pain
    • Frozen shoulder
    • Pain between shoulder blades Rotator cuff injuries
    • Sore shoulders while sleeping Dislocated shoulder (rehabilitation) Arm pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Pins and needles/burning sensation Repetitive strain injury
  • Sprained elbow/wrist
  • Tennis elbow
  • Upper back pain
  • Kyphosis
  • Lower back pain


  • Disk pain
  • Facet pain
  • Glutes
  • Pelvis and hip pain
  • Iliotibial band
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis



Physical Therapy €60.00 for 1 hour.  €50 when you book on line.

Massage Services

We offer several types of massage which all:

  • Relieve tension
  • Increase Circulation
  • Can reduce high blood pressure

We offer treatment massage:

  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Sports Therapy Massage
  • Sports Rehabilitation Massage
  • Rehabilitation Massage
  • Physical Therapy

Deep Tissue Massage

This therapeutic massage lasts for 60 minutes, and is €60.00. It includes the use of simple oils.

Massage and physical therapy is available by appointment. €60.00 for 1 hour. €50 when you book online.

Make an Appointment

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