Theale Wellbeing Centre – Events
Theale Wellbeing Centre – Events

Our Events

Our therapists run a variety of events throughout the year. We promote our internal events and events we participate in on this page – so watch this space.

Slimmers Club

Do you want to loose weight but struggle with fad diets? Ed Francis our Hypnotherapist is running a new type of slimming club that explores why diets might not work for you and will introduce techniques to help you to approach your eating habits differently.
A brand new meeting group to help with weight loss and weight management.Slimmers Club • Weekly meetings
• Weekly weigh-ins (optional)
• Private Member’s area
• Private Facebook support group
• Discounted products for members
• Come and go as you please
• Coping technique for emotional eating
Every Monday between 6pm-8pm
To find out more visit Ed’s website.

Judy Claughton – Mindful Meditation trainer, runs regular classes – please keep looking for the latest. If you would like to book for any of these you can contact Judy direct via:-

Mail: hello@balancetime.co.uk
Phone: 01189 305586
  • EMS Shockwave Therapy

    EMS Shockwave Therapy is available at Theale Wellbeing Centre for a wide range of conditions including Plantar fasciopathy Tennis/Golf Elbow Achilles tendinopathy Frozen Shoulder Patella tendonitis Rotator cuff tendinosis Shin Splints (Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS)) The Swiss DolorClast® Method is a clinically proven therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)

  • ViMove™ assessment tool

    The ViMove provides objective data that allows the therapist to accurately assess, prevent and manage injuries. The data can also be used to create a tailored rehabilitation programme.

  • Bio-mechanical Assessment Service

    Bio-mechanical Assessment Service Our fully trained and experienced therapists are able to provide a thorough Bio-mechanical assessment for those who are suffering from foot pain or other discomfort where that discomfort is thought to be due to poor foot function or biomechanics. Common Conditions These include:- Heel Pain i.e. Plantar Fasciitis Forefoot pain i.e. Neuroma,

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