Yoga Therapies South Dublin

Yoga South Dublin, The Best Complementary Medical Center

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Natural Therapies

Natural Medicine

Natural Medicines Herbs South Dublin IrelandNatural medicine is a holistic health care science that focuses not only the prevention of disease but addresses solutions to chronic conditions. Om Health and Wellness Centre is dedicated to practicing this eastern ancient system in its pristine form by integrating the knowledge of modern medicine as in diagnostics, physical therapies and scientific research along with the treatment and healing modalities with the traditional Vedic wisdom of Natural Medicine. (Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Acupuncture and yoga).

The Natural medicine of ancient times teaches us that all suffering in life is due to the violation of natural law, either knowingly or unknowingly. Natural Medicine generously gives the guidelines to live life in accord with the laws of nature, thereby preventing illness and unhappiness in life. These guidelines are simple tools to maintain balance in life. Lifestyle, diet, knowledge of herbs, and behavior are mapped out for each individual according their unique body-mind type.

Modern day society has primarily been focused on addressing disease when the symptoms have already manifested. Natural medicine approaches focuses on the root cause of the health problem and solves it through effective natural procedures. Through rejuvenation and detoxification therapies, herbal medicines, diet, and lifestyle changes chronic conditions such as Diabetes, Arthritis, Irritable Bowl, High Blood Pressure, Constipation, Chronic Fatigue, Insomnia, Depression and Anxiety can be effectively addressed.

Yoga Medicine

YogaMedicineYoga is ancient Indian Vedic science and way of life. Yoga is fundamentally different from conventional medical practice and its approach to health care. Yoga aims to treat illness by improving health on all levels simultaneously and restores inner harmony. Yoga also helps prevents the occurrence of such ailments by improving our general health and making us less accident prone.


Misconception about Yoga

  • Yoga isn’t only for the flexible and fit.
  • Yoga isn’t only for the those in good health.
  • Yoga isn’t religion.

Yoga is strong & systematic ancient natural technology to improve the body, understand the mind and free the spirit. Yoga has a number of tools that can help overcome one of the chief factors undermining the health and well being of many in the modern world. Dr.Raju trained in yoga, ayurveda and naturopathy as an physician he will help you according to the ailment,he tailors the yoga asana (stretchings),Yoga breathing techniques, Bandhas (blocks),Mudras and meditation.


Acupuncture is a form of treatment that involves inserting very thin needles through a person’s skin at specific points on the body, to various depths.

Research suggests that it can help relieve pain, and it is used for a wide range of other complaints.

However, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), there is limited evidence for its effectiveness in areas other than pain.

How acupuncture works scientifically remains unclear. Some people claim it works by balancing vital energy, while others believe it has a neurological effect.

Acupuncture remains controversial among Western medical doctors and scientists.

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves inserting needles at certain points of the body.

An acupuncurist will insert needles into a person’s body with the aim of balancing their energy.

This, it is claimed, can help boost wellbeing and may cure some illnesses.

Conditions it is used for include different kinds of pain, such as headachesblood pressureproblems, and whooping cough, among others.

How does it work?

Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of “yin” and “yang” of the life force known as “qi,” pronounced “chi.” Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces.

Qi is said to flow through meridians, or pathways, in the human body. These meridiens and energy flows are accessible through 350 acupuncture points in the body.

Inserting needles into these points with appropriate combinations is said to bring the energy flow back into proper balance.

There is no scientific proof that the meridians or acupuncture points exist, and it is hard to prove that they either do or do not, but numerous studies suggest that acupuncture works for some conditions.

Some experts have used neuroscience to explain acupuncture. Acupuncture points are seen as places where nerves, muscles, and connective tissue can be stimulated. The stimulation increases blood flow, while at the same time triggering the activity of the body’s natural painkillers.

It is difficult to set up investigations using proper scientific controls, because of the invasive nature of acupuncture. In a clinical study, a control group would have to undergo sham treatment, or a placebo, for results to be compared with those of genuine acupuncture.

Some studies have concluded that acupuncture offers similar benefits to a patient as a placebo, but others have indicated that there are some real benefits.


Research carried out in Germany has shown that acupuncture may help relieve tension headaches and migraines.

The NCCIH note that it has been proven to help in cases of:

  • low back pain
  • neck pain
  • osteoarthritis
  • knee pain
  • headache and migraine

They list additional disorders that may benefit from acupuncture, but which require further scientific confirmation.

In 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) listed a number of conditions in which they say acupuncture has been proven effective.

These include:

Other conditions for which the WHO say that acupuncture may help but more evidence is needed include:

  • fibromyalgia
  • neuralgia
  • post-operative convalescence
  • substance, tobaccor and alcohol dependence
  • spine pain
  • stiff neck
  • vascular dementia
  • whooping cough, or pertussis
  • Tourette syndrome

The WHO also suggest that it may help treat a number of infections, including some urinary tract infections and epidemic hemorrhagic fever.

They point out, however, that “only national health authorities can determine the diseases, symptoms, and conditions for which acupuncture treatment can be recommended.”


Acupuncture can be beneficial in that:

  • Performed correctly, it is safe.
  • There are very few side effects.
  • It can be effectively combined with other treatments.
  • It can control some types of pain.
  • It may help patients for whom pain medications are not suitable.

The NCCIH advise people not to use acupuncture instead of seeing a conventional health care provider.

What to expect

According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are located on meridians, through which vital energy runs. This energy is known as “qi” or “chi.”

An acupuncturist will examine the patient and assess their condition, insert one or more thin, sterile needles, and offer advice on self-care or other complementary therapies, such as Chinese herbs.

The patient will be asked to lie down on their back, front, or one side, depending on where the needles are to be inserted. The acupuncturist should use single-use, disposable, sterile needles. As each needle is inserted, the patient may feel a very brief stinging or tingling sensation.

After the needle is inserted, there is occasionally a dull ache at the base of the needle that then subsides. Acupuncture is usually relatively painless.

Sometimes the needles are heated or stimulated with electricity after insertion.

The needles will stay in place for between 5 and 30 minutes.

The number of treatments needed depend on the individual. A person with a chronic condition may need one to two treatments a week over several months. An acute problem normally improves after 6 to 12 sessions.




Wellness Programs

Stress Relief

Yoga for stress relief South DublinWell designed stress management programs with natural medicine and evidence based therapies for those working in stressful environment.

Stress management programs are suitable for Executives, Bank officials, IT professionals, Teaching professional, Students etc,.

These are truly stressful times we live in. Body, mind and spirit are all subjected to the ravages of day-to-day stress. Worries about security, economic difficulties, emotional trauma, and stressors like these can take a toll on health and longevity if not addressed in a timely fashion.

To be effective in treating stress, it’s important to be specific. With the Natural medicine (Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Yoga therapy and Acupuncture) approach, we always try to target the etiological (causal) factors and then bring that area into balance. But we are careful not to create imbalance in other areas that may produce negative side effects.

These are three different manifestation of day-to-day stress from the perspective of natural medicine- mental, emotional, and physical. Each requires different approaches and therapies.

Yoga for stress related psychosomatic disorders

You can learn how to use yoga to alleiviate:

Reduces tension & Anxiety (Exam or work).

Panic attacks

Mood swings

Reduce cramps & improve concentration and improving sleeping patterns.

Spinal Health

Yoga Dublin

Autonomic nervous system disorders account for 80% of chronic diseases caused by spinal problems and with customised therapies (herbal massages, manipulation, yoga therapy, chi therapy etc,.) they can be prevented ,controlled and treated.


Symptoms of spinal problems

Cervical (Neck) vertebrae – Migraine, Insomnia, Dizziness , Ear Inflammation, ringing of the ear, high blood pressure, sore throat, myopia etc

Thoracic (Middle Spine) vertebrae – Swelling thyroid, hardened neck muscles, stiff neck, pain in upper body nerves, numbness, lack of strength, Sathamma, hear disease, liver disease, diabetes, allergies, inflamed kidneys, arthritis, rheumatism, hardening of the arteries, disease in immune system function.

Lumbar (lower) vertebrae – Constipation, dysentery, varicose veins, period pains, sciatica, painful knees, difficult in urinating, too-frequent urination, weak legs, painful soles of feet.

Sacrum: Different leg lengths, Bladder inflammation, tilted womb, haemorrhoids, difficulties in getting pregnant.

Herbal Weight Loss & Detox

Yoga DublinWeight loss is achieved with a scientific dynamic yogic exercise program and herbal therapies designed to suit all age groups.

Practical and realistic diets, modification approaches are possible for results of 2 to 4kgs weight reduction per month.

Modified approach for patients with co-morbidity like osteoarthritis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension etc.

Yoga & Ayurveda Workshop


Tension & Anxiety (Students & Professionals)

Panic attacks

Mood swings

Reduce cramps

Improves concentration and improving sleeping patterns


Strengthen the reproductive system

Improve ovarian function

Strengthen the immune system

Lessen the side effects of hormonal treatments

Relieve anxiety, stress and mental blockades

Regulate your digestion

Increases your energy and memory levels

Prevents from chronic health problems

Regulate the function of your thyroid gland

Significantly decreases negative moods states and improves positive mood states

Useful in in reducing anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, pain and 

improve their role in and emotional function in stage II and III

Increases energy levels