Wellness Synergy UK in the centre of Birmingham will restore your inner glow with its extensive range of massage and holistic therapies.
Here the team, who have decades of experience between them, blend Chinese and Western techniques to heal both your mind and body.
Classic and therapeutic massages like deep tissue and hot stone sit alongside therapeutic and holistic therapies like reiki and acupuncture. Whichever you go for, you'll receive a warm welcome and personalised treatment to suit your needs.
The centre is ideally located, just moments from Birmingham New Street train station. Put aside some time for yourself at Wellness Synergy UK today.
Tap into the elements of zen at Harbin Therapies, a tranquil spot in Harborne, Birmingham where a mixture of massage, acupuncture, and other techniques are practised.
Xuejun Yu, also known as Sarah, is an expert in her field having spent 20 years perfecting her skills and after a long career, opened up a space of her own in 2018.
There's a diverse range of offerings here, with the main focus on ancient traditional Chinese medicine such as acupuncture, cupping, reflexology, and facial scraping, all designed to rebalance your body.
For sports enthusiasts, there's also sports and deep tissue massage to help rehabilitate you from any injuries.
Found on a thriving high street, there's access to parking directly outside and a bus stop close by, making this an easy to reach destination.
If you're wanting to calm the mind or are seeking alternative medicine to realign the body, you're in the right hands at Harbin Therapies.
Elka Dass Salons were established in 2011. The salons are run by Elka Dass who has 18 years in the industry, and our aim is to provide a service of absolute perfection.
All of our therapists and technicians are under the expert direction of Elka Dass and receive ongoing training to the highest standards. We aspire to ensure that all our clients are 100% satisfied with the services before they leave.
Using only the best products and providing the best care, we believe in maintaining the health and strength of natural nails and lashes, even when applying enhancements. This is extremely important to all our staff as we aim to uphold our reputation as a salon that provides the best professional beauty treatments.
We will also be offering training courses in Nail enhancements, Threading and Semi permanent lash extensions later on this year.
Healthy Bodies Clinic in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham is a specialist Osteopathy, Sports Massage and Rehabilitation Clinic for spine, muscles, and joint complaints. We provide treatments for people of all ages including sports people, office workers, manual workers and expecting mums.
Unwind, relax and take a moment for yourself with one of the massages, facials or holistic treatments on offer at Walsall Mind and Body Centre in Fullbrook, Walsall.
The experienced professionals pride themselves on the range of treatments they offer, all dedicated to improving your sense of wellbeing through natural and holistic healthcare.
Combine a deep tissue massage with a Neal's Yard facial or simply book in for a back, neck and shoulders massage to help release knots and tension.
Start your journey towards feeling your best self and book in with the talented team at Walsall Mind and Body Centre.
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.