Maja Cvetnic, bacc.physio, Lic.Ac.
Maja has been working as a therapist for the past 16 years since she graduated from physiotherapy in Croatia. She continued her education in different techniques of bodywork. She had graduated from 5 Elements Acupuncture College and Acupuncture Foundation Ireland, both in Dublin.
Maja was working in hospitals and running her own physio clinic in Croatia.
She then decided to travel the world and joined luxury cruise ships where she gained great interest in acupuncture seeing amazing improvements of it for clients passengers. Maja is continuing to develop her skills and knowledge in Japanese acupuncture training under famous Master Kiko Matsumoto.
It is good to be in good hands, so Maja promises to give her best and full attention to each client in order to deliver maximum results.
Maja is a member of Acupuncture Council Ireland and Irish Massage Therapy Association.
Sabrina holds a degree in Psychology from UNICEUB – University Centre Faculty of Health Sciences, in Brazil. Sabrina Franca has been working psychotherapeutically with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families since 2008. She speaks fluent English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Sabrina is passionate about humanistic and systematic approaches. She believes that each human being is genuine, special, and unique, having specific skills and should be recognized by these qualities. She works with a social and systematic perspective of psychology.
With experience in HR in the Parliament of Brazil and Brasilia’s Court of Justice, with vast experience in private practice across several psychology clinics, including her psychology skill, became her primordial ability. She has worked as a volunteer psychologist on the “Angels of Tomorrow” project, supporting people with social needs. She finished studying diverse courses, specializations, training courses, participating in congresses, workshops, and conferences around Brazil. While working as a clinical psychologist in Brazil, Sabrina created a natural curiosity about cultural background and diversity, embracing studies and a better understanding of the exciting differences and common factors of people from diverse parts of the world and her own country. After creating a natural curiosity about relationships between people from diverse cultural backgrounds/ people from different parts of the world, she decided to move to Ireland for more studies in 2013.
Sabrina has worked in Ireland as a volunteer counsellor in the CHRYSALIS project, supporting people with addiction problems suffering from violent relationships who have limited social support.
Since she completed her Master of Science (MSc) in Applied Psychology in Ireland in 2017, she has been working as a psychotherapist in private practice and as a health coach for a wellness team. Recently she has been studying Yoga Nidra and meditation to become an instructor after understanding the value of awareness and being mindful in life. She also loves travelling, forest bathing, being by the ocean, reading books, listening to music, dancing, watching movies, practising yoga, meditation, running, eating healthy, maintaining the balance between body and mind and spending time with loved ones.
If you wish to make an appointment with Sabrina you can contact her directly:
Phone: +353 83 173 2085