Therapy CentreNatural and holistic therapies in rural Worcestershire
A wide range of experienced, dedicated therapists
The Fold Therapy Centre, midway between Worcester and Malvern is a little gem tucked away on the right hand side of The Fold Cafe. It offers a quiet haven amidst the turmoil of today’s busy life.
Having walked through the archway into the garden you are able to take a deep breath and almost immediately begin to feel better.
What we offer
We offer complementary treatments aimed to support the individual in their health journey, whether you are seeking an alternative to allopathic medicine or a combination of both natural and conventional care. At the Fold Therapy Centre we have a wide range of very well-qualified and experienced practitioners who enjoy working closely as a team and nurturing the value of cooperation.
In order to understand more about ourselves, our practices and each other we run a ‘peer supervision’ group and enjoy exploring cross-modality treatment.
As a team we are collectively looking at ways of treating back pain, infertility, insomnia, stress, bowel problems, migraines, headaches and many other conditions. Using the holistic integrated medical approach and sharing our skill base and knowledge enables us to better advise people when they contact our clinic and on occasion, within the bounds of strict permission and confidentiality, we may confer with our colleagues. This has worked well when a client may seem ‘stuck’ within their condition.
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