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FREE "taster" class in The Gym Rathgar...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on December 04 2011 @ 15:23

Interested in pilates?  Want to try a class - with no cost or obligation?

To celebrate the new collaboration between PhysioNow, Rathgar and The Gym, Rathgar, we're hosting a FREE class next Saturday morning in the Orwell Road gymnasium.

The class, at 11.30am, will be taught by PhysioNow's chief physiotherapist Colette O'Flynn, as seen on RTE TV.

To book your place, contact us at info@physionow.ie

http://the-gym.ie/

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PhysioNow & Pilates By Retha...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on November 27 2011 @ 23:37

A warm welcome to all our new clients... joining us from "Pilates By Retha".  

PhysioNow and Pilates By Retha have amalgamated to offer you, the public, a much wider range of pilates, fitness & body conditioning classes across Dublin's southside.  There are classes in Rathgar, Terenure and Ringsend, catering to beginners, intermediates and advanced practitioners. Choose from morning, evening or lunchtime classes.  There are also classes for expectant mothers and new mums.  One-to-one sessions also available.

For details of December & January classes, check out... www.physionow.ie/classes

To book, phone 086 834 2525 or email info@physionow.ie

PhysioNow is a network of physiotherapy clinics serving Dublin 4 and Dublin 6.

Pilates By Retha Page

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December pilates workshops in Dublin 4...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on November 22 2011 @ 00:51

Bookings are now being taken for Christmas and New Year pilates classes at ESB SportsCo, Dublin 4.

The snazzy Ringsend centre will host a pre-Christmas series of body-conditioning workshops, aimed at getting you in shape for the party season.

Special workshops will be held on Wednesday, December 7 and Wednesday, December 14.  Cost is just 15 euro per class.  

To book, just contact SportsCo reception at 6687022 Ext. 0.

All classes will be designed and conducted by physiotherapist Colette O'Flynn.

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New Rathgar pilates classes...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on November 17 2011 @ 22:32

New Dublin 6 classes...

PhysioNow is poised to announce a major extension of our Dublin 6 pilates classes.

There will be new morning and evening classes to suit YOU, the public, at a range of new venues, complementing our existing classes in Marianella, Orwell Road, and at our Rathgar Road clinic. More details soon.

Contact us... info@physionow.ie 

Colette O'Flynn Pilates Rathgar Dublin 6 Dublin 4

Colette O'Flynn Pilates Rathgar Dublin 6 4

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PhysioNow welcomes public to Dublin 4 clinic...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on October 25 2011 @ 23:35

Check out our Dublin 4 clinic...

PhysioNow has launched a major advertising campaign to welcome YOU, the public, to our clinic in Dublin 4.

ESB Sportsco - the clinic, the gym, the pool and all pilates classes - is open to the wider public, offering superb facilities, knowledgeable staff and great deals.

Contact us... info@physionow.ie

PhysioNow Dublin 4 clinic

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PhysioNow welcomes St. Jude's BC as "partner club"

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on October 04 2011 @ 22:35

Welcome... to our latest partner club... St Jude's Badminton Club!
St. Jude's, who play out of the St. Judes GAA Club Hall on Wellington Lane,
Templeogue, are a progressive club with a long history of successes in the Dublin & District Leagues and Cups.
They join Fitzwilliam LTC, ESB SportsCo, Irish Life Gym & Danum BC, amongst others, as our "partner" clubs, giving them special discounts and offers.
Why don't you get your club to join us? Email us... info@physionow.ie

ST JUDE'S BC

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PREGNANCY CLASSES! Starting THIS WEEK...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on September 26 2011 @ 09:27

PREGNANCY CLASSES!

STARTING THIS THURSDAY!  Our popular series of ante-natal pilates classes.  

Public classes will be held in Marianella, Rathgar, Dublin 6, on THURSDAY nights. All classes are devised & supervised by chartered physiotherapists.

Pilates In Pregnancy

For more info, contact Chief Physiotherapist Colette 086 834 2525

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Discounts for Badminton & Tennis Clubs...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on September 23 2011 @ 00:07

Badminton Clubs - this is for you...

PhysioNow extends best wishes to all the badminton players starting their new season this month - and especially to our three favourite clubs, Danum, Pembroke & Mount Pleasant. 

Club secretaries - contact us to become one of our supporter clubs, and secure generous discounts on physiotherapy, acupuncture, orthotic supports & pilates classes for your members!

Contact us...

info@physionow.ie

Scott Evans Badminton 1098046

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PhysioNow & Cripps Terenure to offer FREE walk/run gait scanning...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on May 09 2011 @ 23:50

Are your feet sore?  Do you have difficulty walking or running?  Do you find it hard to get comfortable shoes?

PhysioNow Rathgar& Cripps Footwear, Terenure have joined forces to offer FREE 3D computer-generated gait analysis for YOU & your CHILDREN.

Drop in and see us in Cripps, Terenure, on FRIDAY, JUNE 17 - 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Book now...  info@physionow.ie

Physiotherapy - Acupuncture - Pilates ClassesRathgar Road, Dublin 6

 086 834 2525

 www.physionow.ie

Physio Now Gait Scan Ad 9 5 11 C



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The Great Ireland Run - the day after...

Posted by Colette O'Flynn on April 10 2011 @ 17:11

PhysioNow advises these steps to aid your recovery...

MOVE IT

Ride a bike, swim laps, walk the dog. Keep the intensity low - maximum heart rate shouldn't exceed 50% and not more than 30 minutes.

If you're limping, or experiencing pain, take a rest day. 

STRETCH IT

After your muscles are warm from your bike ride or walk, stretch your tight spots - hip flexors, quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves.

EAT WELL

Stock up on nutrients. A good rest-day menu might include: whole-grain cereal with skim milk and fruit, a spinach salad with grilled salmon or chicken & beans, a lean flank steak, veggies & brown rice. 

DRINK WATER

Don't forget your hydration needs - urine should be a pale yellow.

MASSAGE

A massage can reduce muscle soreness by about 30 percent. A physio often feels tightness in muscles you may not notice.

HIT THE SACK

Aim for a solid 7-9 hours of sleep a night to give your body adequate time to rebuild & repair.

www.physionow.ie

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