Lynda Haran

Amatsu Therapist

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Amatsu treats musculoskeletal problems, including back pain, joint pain, and sports injuries, as well as promoting overall health and wellbeing. It aims to address the root cause of the problem, rather than just treating the symptoms, and works on the principle that the body has the ability to heal itself if given the right support.

Importance of Posture for New Mothers


Celebrating the journey of parenting, it is crucial to recognize the physical changes a woman’s body undergoes during pregnancy and childbirth. However, many new mothers prioritize their infants’ needs, neglecting their own well-being. Learn about the significance of maintaining good posture postpartum to support the mother’s body recovery and overall health. Find out about the benefits of good posture, including spinal alignment, stability and core strength, support for breastfeeding, increased energy and mood, physical comfort, aiding recovery after a C-section, improved breathing and energy levels, enhanced body image and confidence, prevention of pelvic floor dysfunction, reduced pain and discomfort, and proper healing of diastasis recti.

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Lynda Haran

My background is nursing, however, I have always had an interest in holistic health. This led me to study holistic massage (ITEC accredited), however, my interest was piqued when I was introduced to Amatsu, when I myself had a scary experience. I had displaced an intervertebral disc and could barely stand straight. I was frightened and had heard that amatsu was a gentle technique. After one treatment, I walked away with very little pain and a restored posture. This obviously intrigued me. I returned to amatsu for follow up treatment until the body recovered. From then on, I routinely attended for a treatment to restore any deviations from my physical balance. I would see regular treatment as a huge preventative option for my own
health and well being. As a result I began studying Amatsu and practice as an Amatsu Orthopath currently in Dublin. I continue to be intrigued and delighted by the body and the constant discovery with amatsu. In my practice I see the benefits for the health and well-being of all my clients with this dynamic approach to health. I practice under the Amatsu Therapy Association (A.T.A). I am also a Member of R.O.S.T.I. (the Register of Orthopaedic and Soft Tissue Therapies) of Ireland.

ATA The Amatsu Therapy Association LTD (ATA) is the UK based governing body for amatsu therapy. They maintain and guarantee high levels of training and safe work practices.

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