About us

Eva Kaufmann



I’m a qualified  Medical Massage Therapist. I obtained my qualification at Social and Healthcare College in Pecs, Hungary in 2005.

This training provided me with a wide range of knowledge including anatomy, rheumatology, orthopedic and neurology.

This has given me the opportunity to work in different fields and also in rehabilitation programs. ( MS, FND, Lymphedema, after Stroke, Hip replacement, Knee replacement)

Since my qualification I have been working extensively on improving my knowledge.

Accomplished courses:

Dorn Therapy
Lymphatic drainage massage
Fascia Distortion Model
Train the training (QQI 6)

Besides being a practicing massage therapist, I have also been an instructor for years.

It is rewarding to combine what I have learnt and experienced over the years with teaching.


Sinead Dunleavy


I’m qualified in Applied Health Sciences and Physical Therapy, and am registered with CORU, the state regulatory body for Physiotherapy.  I’ve been practicing Acupuncture and Reflexology for over 14 years, running a busy clinic in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, where I treat a wide variety of conditions using a combination of treatment modalities.


I’m passionate about how the body works, and I teach Anatomy & Physiology to reflexology and massage students.  Nothing makes me happier than seeing my students getting excited about anatomy!!



Aileen Durkan


I developed an interest in holistic therapies form a very young age. Growing up in the countryside I always had an interest in nature and natural healing.

I studied holistic therapies for two years and spent a further year studying spa therapies. I continue to add skills and knowledge constantly trough various courses. I now hold qualifications in anatomy and physiology, Body massage, Indian head massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Sports massage, Tui Na, Lomi Lomi massage, Lomi Lomi pregnancy massage, Hawaiian Spirituality, Functional osteopathic technique,Thai yoga massage, Hot stone massage, diet and nutrition and stress management.

I am passionate about helping students improve their knowledge and reach their goals.



Massage is the oldest tool to treat the body with many benefits:

Physical benefit:

reduces spasms
increases joint flexibility
releases endorphin
increased circulation of blood and lymph system
helps to boost the immune system
relieves the pain

Mental benefits:

fosters peace of mind
helps relieve mental stress
eases depression
fostering a feeling of well-being
reduces levels of anxiety
increases body&mind connection



Ready to launch your career?

If you have any questions, or would just like to speak with the trainer before booking one of our courses then simply send us your details or call us on +353 85 7435096 today