Centre for Whole Health

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Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Bedminster, South Bristol, the Centre for Whole Health offers a range of complementary therapies and experienced practitioners in four ground floor therapy rooms.
Among the most popular therapies currently being offered are Osteopathy, Acupuncture,and Counselling.

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There is a light and spacious hall on the first floor. This is a space for regular courses in Tai Chi, Yoga, Chi Gung, Shiatsu, Massage and other activities.
There is also a kitchen and eating area on the first floor, provided for users of the Centre. Tea and snacks are available and food may be prepared for courses etc.

The second floor is home to the Lam Rim Bristol Buddhist Centre, where there is a Buddhist shrine room. This offers ongoing evening sessions of meditation, teaching and discussion, with occasional weekend courses. More details available here.

The Centre for Whole Health was founded by, and shares the building with, the Lam Rim Bristol Buddhist Centre. Since 1989 it has been bringing good health to the people of Bristol and beyond.
The Centre is a not-for-profit company that supports the Buddhist Charity. It shares the primary Buddhist aims of reducing pain and alleviating suffering in others.

Rooms are available to complementary health practitioners for weekday hire on the ground floor. The main hall is available for hire weekdays, evenings and weekends.
Please contact reception for rates and availability by email at info@centreforwholehealth.org or by phone on 0117 9231138.

Last Updated on 01/01/2022