Rebekka started her training in 2006 in Ireland and concluded it with Dennis Bartram, principle teacher and researcher of Amatsu, in the U.K.
She holds a Higher Diploma in Soft Tissue and Orthopaedic Therapy with the Register of Soft Tissue and Orthopaedic Therapists in Ireland.
Her approach is tailored to each client, according to their individual needs. She helps clients with a variety of issues, back and neck pain, nerve entrapment, sports injuries, body misalignment, digestive problems, discomfort during pregnancy and post-natal body imbalance, headaches and migraines to name just a few of the most common health issues.
As a practitioner of Amatsu she understands how an injury or condition within one part of the body will always have a global impact elsewhere within the body, working closely with the concept of Biotensegrity.
She has a keen interest in health and nutrition, practices yoga, bouldering and hillwalking, and has a vast knowledge of self-care and prevention to injuries and maintaining postural balance.
Rebekka has been running her clinic for over 10 years, during this time she has helped many individuals back to wellbeing.
She is a fully accredited member of The Amatsu Orthopathic Association and The Register of Soft Tissue and Orthopaedic Therapists of Ireland.
Rebekka’s fee is €70 per session
(fully recognised by all main health insurance providers in Ireland)