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BLACK FRIDAY DEAL!!!

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on November 18 2016 @ 19:02

GIFT VOUCHERS...

Black Friday is coming - and PhysioNow RATHGAR has a fantastic deal for all our customers.

Get a head start on your Christmas shopping with our incredible Xmas Voucher DEAL.
€30 vouchers now cost just €20 each! Save €10 on each and every voucher. Use them for pilates classes, physiotherapy or acupuncture - or give the gift of good health to your friends and family!

To order your voucher, and receive it by email within 48 hours, contact...
info@physionow.ie

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SPORTS CENTRE OPEN DAY!

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on October 31 2014 @ 20:10

ESB Sportsco, in Dublin 4, one of the best-equipped leisure centres in the country, is holding an open day tomorrow - Saturday, November 1.

PhysioNow will be there. And I'll be happy to answer all your questions about physiotherapy, acupuncture, fitness and body conditioning.

Have a free swim, play tennis - or try some pilates moves with me.

It all kicks off on South Lotts Road at 2pm.

Members AND non-members all welcome.

Discounts for those who sign up on the day.

Sportsco Open Day Poster

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PILATES - AUTUMN 2014...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on October 20 2014 @ 11:37

AUTUMN PILATES...

NOVEMBER classes starting November 3 in Dublin 6 and Dublin 4.

Please look out for our new signs in Rathgar.

Clinic open now at Christchurch Tennant Hall, Rathgar village crossroads.

Contact...

info@physionow.ie

Physio Now Ad   Sample

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JOIN the CAMPAIGN for REAL physios...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on May 16 2013 @ 14:32

*** Looking for treatment for that sports injury?
*** Want to ease your back, neck or joint pain?
*** Need a sports massage?

Whatever your needs, make sure you choose a CHARTERED physiotherapist, a qualified medical professional with years of study in a university hospital behind them.

Don't risk your health with unqualified, or under-qualified "therapists". If they're not chartered, they're not a member of the ISCP, the governing body for physiotherapists in Ireland.

Chartered physiotherapists are registered with VHI, Aviva, Laya and all major health insurers - so there's money back on all treatments!

Is your massage therapist, physical therapist or sports injury therapist "chartered"? Just ask them... or check on this link...

http://www.iscp.ie/about-us/is-your-physio-chartered-.html

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ANTE-NATAL PILATES... Classes starting May 2...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on April 25 2013 @ 14:48

New course for mums-to-be starting in RATHGAR, Dublin 6 next Thursday, May 2.

Classes to be held in Christchurch, Rathgar Village at 6.15pm each Thursday.

Cost €80 for six weeks.

All classes taught by a chartered physiotherapist.

Contact... info@physionow.ie

Colette O'Flynn Physiotherapist Pregnancy

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ONLINE PHYSIO BOOKINGS - NOW AVAILABLE...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on March 04 2013 @ 14:00

PhysioNow is delighted to announce a new partnership with Swiftqueue Ireland - allowing us to offer online booking for physiotherapy and acupuncture treatments in our new Rathgar Village health centre (Christchurch, Rathgar Road).

Coming soon - online booking for pilates classes...

Click on the link below to find out more...
http://www.swiftqueue.com/physionow.php

Pn Sq

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OPEN NOW! New PhysioNow Rathgar Village clinic...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on February 06 2013 @ 13:06

PhysioNow is delighted to announce that we have opened a new physiotherapy, acupuncture and pilates clinic right in the heart of Rathgar Village, Dublin 6.

Find us in Christchurch Tennant Hall, at Rathgar crossroads.

For bookings, mail us at... info@physionow.ie

Christ Church Rathgar

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Get Energised - With PhysioNow, Team Ireland & Electric Ireland...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on April 16 2012 @ 12:53

London 2012: “Get Energised Challenge”

The London 2012 Olympics officially get underway in just over 100 days and Electric Ireland, the Team Ireland sponsor, has been marking the occasion with a special "Get Energised Day" at ESB SportsCo.

PhysioNow's chief physiotherapist, Colette O'Flynn joined London 2012 Olympians Peter O'Leary, David Burrows and Deirdre Ryan (pictured) at a special health and fitness training day in Ringsend.

The Electric Ireland “Get Energised Challenge” is a new initiative for people across Ireland to get “energised” through a series of simple tips from Team Ireland athletes to show how we can all put a little more energy back into our lives.

Amongst the crowd at Sportsco this weekend were the winners of a special Electric Ireland  competition, who got the chance to hear professional tips from physios, nutritionists, sports psychologists and fitness experts. 

Images  Cof Dr

VIDEO: London Olympians Deirdre Ryan, Peter O'Leary & David Burrows work out with PhysioNow's chief physiotherapist, Colette O'Flynn, at ESB Sportsco... 

Just for you - here's six of the best stretching exercises, as prepared by PhysioNow...

Stretching Exercises PhysioNow Colette O'Flynn

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PILATES... SPRING CLASSES... Full details...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on February 26 2012 @ 12:57

PILATES... SPRING CLASSES...

Starting this Monday, February 27, PhysioNow is hosting a new series of public pilates classes...

* Monday mornings... Samadhi Centre, Rathgar

10am - beginners

11am - intermediates

* Monday evenings... Marianella, Orwell Road, Rathgar

6pm - beginners

6.45pm - intermediates

7.45pm - intermediates

* Monday evenings... Terenure Sports Club, Terenure Road North

7pm - beginners/improvers

* Tuesday lunchtimes... Sportsco, South Lotts Road, Dublin 4

12.20pm - beginners

1.05pm - intermediates

* Wednesday mornings... Samadhi Centre, Rathgar village

10.30am - intermediates

* Wednesday evenings... Sportsco, South Lotts Road, Dublin 4

6.30pm - intermediates

7.30pm - beginners

8.30pm - intermediates

* Thursday evenings... Samadhi Centre, Rathgar village

7.15pm - beginners/improvers

8.15pm - intermediates

* Friday mornings... The Gym, Orwell Road, Rathgar

10am - improvers/intermediates

Great value!  6-week courses generally €80

Discounts available if you wish to do two or three classes a week

Drop-ins (pay as you go) subject to availability 


Book NOW on... 086 834 2525 or info@physionow.ie

Kellie O'Flynn Pilates

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Stay SLIM - With SCIENCE! The FULL list...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on January 16 2012 @ 01:36

BECAUSE you asked for it...

There's been a huge response to our "Stay Slim With Science" report, which lays out in an easy-to-follow form, the very latest research on losing weight - and keeping it off.

So here they are, some simple, effective rules which should work for everybody, all the time - the best, most modern recommendations for getting in shape, and staying that way...


1:  Don't skip meals
Scientists studying the effects of hunger on the brain have found that subjects who miss meals suffer cravings for high calorie, high fat food.  Hunger, it seems, encourages the brain to guide us towards calorie laden food - that's why you scoff pastries mid-morning...

2:  Eat a good breakfast
Eating a protein rich breakfast - eggs and fish in particular - keeps you satisfied for longer, because it triggers the release of chemicals that tell the brain you are full.

3:  Eat off smaller plates
It sounds ridiculous, but it works.  Using smaller plates automatically encourages us all to eat smaller portions.  And, no matter what mammy told you, you don't have to clear your plate!

4:  Don't cheat on the calories
If you're going to count calories, do it properly.  Keep a food diary, and record EVERYTHING you eat, including every snack and calorie laden sauce. You'll be surprised at how much you snack, and you can start to weed out the sneaky calories. People generally under-report their intake by 40 to 60%. 

5:  Eat more soup
Soup fills you up for longer.  In a recent BBC study, two groups of soldiers were served the same lunch - chicken, rice and vegetables with a glass of water.  One group, however, ate the solid food, while the other soldiers had their food liquidised and served as a soup. Ultrasound scans showed the soup stayed in the stomach longer, and kept the souped-up soldiers feeling full. 

6:  Minimise choice
Our bodies are hardwired by evolution to seek out variety in food.  It's in our nature to want lots of different things.  So keep away from the buffet - where you're likely to eat as much as 30% more.  And only buy what you need.  Studies show that when people are offered two bowls of free sweets - one bowl all purple, the other multi-coloured - that they tend strongly to pick the multi-coloured sweets, and eat much more of them.

7:  Enjoy low fat dairy products
Eating low-fat dairy products helps the body to excrete more fat.  Dairy calcium binds with fat in the small intestine and then passes through without being absorbed and stored as fat. Skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cottage cheese and fromage frais all help to carry fat away from the gut.

8:  Feel The Burn
Exercise.  The calorie 'burn' from exercise doesn't stop when you get off the treadmill, the pitch or the bike - it carries on well into the next day.  In fact, you'll burn more calories in the hours after you exercise than you will during the exercise itself.  That's because the human body accesses carbohydrates easily during exercise, but has to use stored body fat to run itself in the following hours.  

9:  Move!
Run, walk, dance - just move your body, in any way you can.  Even little bursts of exercise - taking the stairs, getting off the bus a stop early, walking around as you use the phone - it all adds up.  Building small amounts of 'activity' into daily routine increases heart rate and calorie expenditure. 

By Colette O'Flynn, chief physiotherapist, PhysioNow

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