Helping you rethink your relationship with Parkinson´s

Empowering you to slow the progression by adapting and maintaining healthy lifestyle behaviour’s through scientifically proven modalities. Providing practical, beneficial, easy to follow, cost-effective educational & exercise program’s that WILL improve your quality of life.

Keep Moving Forward Don’t Give Up!

Living with Parkinson’s can be a daunting experience, but I want you to know that you’re not alone.

I’m Irene Treacy, International Parkinson´s Coach and I’m here to help and support you on this journey. 

As the first dedicated Parkinson’s Coach in Ireland and the UK, I understand that living with Parkinson’s can bring with it a range of physical and emotional challenges. 

Unfortunately, I´ve seen too many people with Parkinson’s accept the traditional narrative of Parkinson’s being a degenerative condition, believing that there is nothing they can do about it but take medication. 

This is where I come in. 

I take a different approach, one that’s centered around educating and empowering my clients to take back control of their lives.  

My goal is to help my clients break free from limiting beliefs, overcome self-sabotage patterns and achieve their own goals.

Monthly Masterclass

10 Tips for Newly Diagnosed People with Parkinson’s

If you’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s within the last year, please register for this free presentation where I will share some Tips, Therapies and Strategies that will give you a sense of understanding, support and hope for the future.

Helpful advice from People with Parkinson’s that they wish they got at the time of their diagnosis.

Please share this message with your Parkinson’s group or anybody you feel will benefit from this. Looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday, 13th June 8.00PM to 9.00PM Irish time.

With best wishes, 😊

Irene Treacy
International Parkinson´s Coach

Register below for my upcoming
Live & Online Events

Tuesday, 13th June from 8pm to 9pm Irish Time

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