Some Things to know . . .
for when you visit Glosna House
Glosna House IS NOT Wheelchair accessible unfortunately. The building is very old, dating back to 1870. We did look at the possibility of modification for wheelchair access but it proved too costly and not something we could do. Our yard is loose stone also making even the grounds inaccessible.
Eligibility for Treatment
Please tell us at time of booking if there are any medical issues or treatments you are undergoing as it may impact on your eligibility to avail of certain treatments. If you have recently had any surgery you need to mention this to us too. At the beginning of your treatment our therapist go through a consultation form with you and we would not like to have to let you know at this point that we cannot treat you.
Where to go when you arrive
There are 3 cottages and a large farmhouse on the grounds. The cottages are named after the colours of the doors & they are The Yellow, The Green and the Pink Cottages. The Pink Cottage (furthest from the road) is the reception area. This is where your therapist will collect you from for your first and subsequent appointments. This is where the bathroom is and also where you can help yourself to water and refreshments.
Please know that part of the farmhouse (facing the drive) with the Navy Front Door is a private residence. Parking outside this door is reserved for the residents. Thank you.
We do not treat clients in the first trimester of pregnancy. You must be in your second or third trimester to avail of a limited number of pregnancy safe treatments. To check eligibility and which treatments are available to you during pregnancy please call us.
Workshops & Courses
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