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Locals unwind at Clerkenwell holistic centre’s open day

PUBLISHED: 15:00 20 September 2014 | UPDATED: 08:26 09 January 2018

Clerkenwellbeing founders, from left, Shaheeda Chowdhury, Charlotte Morgan and Francesca Minischetti

Clerkenwellbeing founders, from left, Shaheeda Chowdhury, Charlotte Morgan and Francesca Minischetti

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Emotional, physical and mental wellbeing was on the agenda at an open day for one of the borough’s top health centres on Wednesday.

Guests at Clerkenwellbeing in Goswell Road were treated to free talks from some of the UK and Europe’s leading holistic health-care practitioners, discounted yoga and Pilates classes, and complimentary taster treatments across a range of therapies.

The holistic haven was topped off by performers from Circus Space in Coronet Street who gave the occasion some theatrical flair.

Johny, a writer who attended the open day, said: “Clerkenwellbeing offers really good treatment in a nice, relaxed atmosphere.

“The care’s good, the advice is clear and the place is calm. I’ve been several times now and always come away feeling much better for it.”

Charlotte Morgan, managing director, said: “Clerkenwellbeing isn’t a gym, it’s a warm and friendly environment in which locals can come to relax, unwind, de-stress, focus, and generally nurture themselves.

“We want to create a recognised community where people come to find and enjoy true well-being.”


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