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Mary O'Leary Yoga

Yoga Teacher

Mary O’Leary graduated from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 1998 with a first class Honours degree in Osteopathy and a diploma in Naturopathy.

She has since completed her MSc in Nutritional Therapy and has completed the British Medical Acupuncture qualification in the use of dry needling.

Mary has practiced yoga for nearly 30 years and did her yoga teaching training in 2011.

Therapies available

  • Osteopathy >

    Osteopathy is an established, well recognised system of diagnosis and treatment whose main emphasis lies on the structural integrity of Read More
  • Physiotherapy >

    Our Chartered Physiotherapists are musculo-skeletal specialists who use their detailed knowledge of how the body, its joints, muscles, nerves and Read More
  • Podiatry >

    Biomechanics is the science of how bones and muscles enable the body to move, these principles are used by podiatrists Read More
  • Acupuncture >

    Acupuncture is an ancient system of holistic medicine. Health is dependent on the body’s motivational energy called 'QI' or 'Chi'. Read More
  • Chiropody >

    In terms of qualification and training, there is no difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist and the titles are Read More
  • Pilates >

    Pilates is a 'mind-body' form of exercise designed to re-balance the body. Pilates focuses on starting all exercises from a Read More
  • Yoga >

    Yoga is a holistic approach to health and you will soon begin to feel the benefits of improved health, and Read More
  • Nutrition >

    Nutritional Therapy is part of Complementary Medicine and is the study and application of nutrition science to support the promotion Read More
  • Sports Massage >

    Sports Massage therapy incorporates intensive massage and exercise prescription. The promotion of healing helps to restore normal function and fitness Read More
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