We Clinic London was established in 2008 and is located at 12 Harley Street. Treatment includes acupuncture, Skin treatment, nutrition treatment, physiotherapy, psychotherapy and sports massage. Our philosophy is to make you look and feel good without any aggressive procedure and to promote safe and natural healthcare.
All our treatments are delivered by friendly, considerate and knowledgeable therapists. We combine Western medical knowledge with Eastern medical practice to bring a natural approach to meeting your needs. We open late into the evenings.
What is different about Go with the Flow~Massage?
Hello, I am an independent massage therapist, doing what I love: helping others who help themselves.
My massage style has been described as a cross between deep tissue and Swedish massage; I aim to aid relaxation as well as therapeutic release of muscle tension.
I combine techniques to help induce a state of slumber whilst also manipulating out stored tensions - learning to relax fully releases powerful endorphins that continue to heal, well after a treatment has finished, counter-acting the very causes of tension.
A good massage should leave you feeling freer in tight areas whilst also having ‘switched gear’ to a peaceful, more content state.
I believe that you know your body best so please feel free to guide each treatment to suit your, individual, requirements. Unlike some, I do not believe that massage should be painful: pain creates tension – which undermines the objective of massage.
I look forward to helping you achieve a wonderful sense of well-being!
*Indian Head Massage * Reflexology * Swedish Massage * Holistic Facials
A Share of the Good Life
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Serena's interest in body therapy came from over ten years of experience as a dancer, she has worked intensely in the studio, toured around the world and now resides full-time in the West End while working with a variety of clients in the clinic. She aims to tailor the massage treatments to the clients individual physical, emotional and mental needs.
It is through travelling and receiving massage on a weekly basis that she realised that it is very difficult to receive the right treatment needed in order to rehabilitate the body, replenish the mind and then leave feeling like you have had a fantastic massage for the price paid. While Serena encourages a longer treatment session to her clients, she understands how busy life can be and caters for quick and short treatment as well as for more focused work.
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Back to Basics Therapy know that no one style fits all and they pride themselves in changing it up, each therapist is trained in multi-disciplines so the treatments are tailor-made to your specific needs.
Whether your goal is relief from acute symptoms or long-term improvement for your musculoskeletal health, Back to Basics Therapy has you covered.
The space is centrally located a short five-minute walk from Oxford Circus, Goodge Street and Great Portland Street stations.
Not wheelchair accessible.
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Our promise at Parkwood Clinic is to give every patient honest advice as we are hair sufferers ourselves. We know that there are lots of so-called solutions out there but most of them just don’t work.
Our head office is in Harley Street, London so we have at our disposal leading doctors and surgeons. We have exposure to the latest innovations, working closely with doctors and Professors from the US Harvard University, making sure that we offer not only honest advice, but credible advice from leading professionals at affordable prices.
Dr. Tukmachi is one of most experienced Acupuncturists in the UK in management of acute and chronic pain. Treating pain means healing both mind and body as our Acupuncture Clinic specifically targets the source of the patient’s discomfort and embodies a holistic perspective toward alleviating acute or chronic pain in restoring the patient health health and vitality.
Dr Emad Tukmachi obtained his MBChB in 1974 from Medical School- Baghdad University and then in 1986 he was awarded a PhD from Royal College of Surgeons - London University in the field of Neurophysiology and also a DTM (Diploma in Tropical medicine) from the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians, Dublin-Ireland.
He was appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Royal College of Surgeons of England from 1986 to 1989 and then as a Lecturer at the Department of Neuroscience, Keele University from 1989 to 1992.