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Lily Enright Craniosacral and Physical / Physiotherapist Limerick

Lily Enright, CST-T, Advanced, General & Pediatrics, Ph.Th., MIAPT. Croom, LimerickcstbabyLilyEnright

Lily has been committed to delivering professional hands-on physio/ physical therapy treatment and rehabilitation services since her graduation as a Physical Therapist in 2005 with the Institute of Physical Therapy and Applied Science.  Registered with both the Irish Association of Physical Therapists and the CORU Physiotherapy Registration Board, Lily ensures adherence to the highest standards of professional practice and regulatory requirements.

Her journey into craniosacral therapy began in 2006, where she experienced its profound benefits firsthand. This inspired her to pursue specialised training in this field, leading to her qualification as a Certified Craniosacral Therapist in General & Pediatrics through the esteemed International Upledger Institute.

With extensive training in Craniosacral Therapy across Ireland, Europe, and Canada, Lily possesses the expertise in treating newborns, infants, children, and adults. Her approach is characterised by therapeutic presence, compassion, empathy, and gentle palpation skills, all of which facilitate individuals in connecting with, evolving, and integrating their own healing processes.

Lily established her first clinical practice in Co. Clare in 2005 where she offered a personalised service to individuals and their families. The relocation of her clinic to Croom Primary Care Centre, Croom, Limerick coincided with her realising her life's dream of reconnecting and living close to nature. In January 2022 this dream became a reality as she followed her heart and now lives in Martinstown, Co. Limerick. Being in the heart of the Ballyhoura Region Lily indulges her passion for hillwalking, horse riding, gardening and meditation. Amidst this tranquil backdrop stands Mai's Cottage, a cozy self-catering holiday rental lovingly refurbished and managed by Lily herself.