The Biodynamic Clinic, Killala was established by Mary Molloy in 1989 in Ealing Broadway and later in Harley Street in London and in Quay Cottages, Killala, Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Biodynamic Medicine is defined as the ‘art of healing’. ‘Biodynamic Medicine’ is defined as the art of healing in accordance with the biodynamic principles. With the emerging evidence basis for well established biodynamic practices, IOBM is engaged in the development and application of these methods and new protocols to grow the field of Biodynamic Medicine.
Some may ask what to expect from the Biodynamic Clinic. Whether it’s for healing, relaxation or just curiosity you will leave your session or sessions feeling relaxed, chilled and with a new sense of connection with your body. You can choose from one session, block sessions, workshops or a taster at the free evenings.
The Institute of Biodynamic Medicine holds the Register of IOBM Licensed Biodynamic Psychotherapists and Biodynamic Practitioners including Research Members, Trainers and Supervisors. They offer Membership Services, Free Open Evenings, Introductory Weekends, One Year Foundation Diploma in Biodynamic Medicine and the 4 Year part time Diploma in Biodynamic Psychotherapy Course. They also host CPD Programs and the Annual Conference in Biodynamic Medicine and its related fields.
Licensed Biodynamic Practitioners in Registered Biodynamic Clinic practices offer ongoing or short term individual biodynamic sessions, “block therapy” , bespoke residential biodynamic retreats and the more focused biodynamic medical programs, supporting post medical care diagnosed and treated medical conditions and a range of chronic symptoms.
Sessions range in price from €60 to €200 per hour and can last one hour or more depending on seniority and location. Home visits are available. Concessions are available in bona-fide cases, please ask.
Telephone: +353 (0)96 32514
Mobile: +353 (0)86 874 3958
Address: 1 Quay Cottages, Quay Road, Killala, Co. Mayo, Ireland, F26 K0T6