Covid-19 Update. We are now open for business.

All our complementary therapies are making plans to return in the coming weeks now that the go-ahead has been given government approval. Our “new normal” is beginning. We imagine restrictions in line with Covid 19 advice will remain in place for quite some time to come. Further details can be found on our Taking care of you during Covid-19 page. All patients are encouraged to read this information prior to calling any of the Kensey Centre’s practitioners.

Welcome to our new massage therapist Suzanne Preston who will be available on Mondays in Room 2.

The Kensey Centre is home to a group of complementary healthcare practitioners offering a range of services, including:

  • Osteopathy
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Reflexology
  • Massage, including Deep Tissue and Indian Head Massage
  • Bowen Technique
  • Psychotherapy

Information for each of our practitioners, their contact details and services can be found by clicking on each therapy in the navigation menu.

What is Complementary Healthcare?

Complementary healthcare is a term used to describe therapies or healthcare approaches that are used in addition to, or alongside, conventional care. Complementary healthcare may offer a different approach to mainstream medicine in that practitioners will look beyond the reported issues to consider the person as a whole. Many people find complementary healthcare can assist in injury recovery (both acute and chronic), reduce tension, stress and anxiety and help both acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems.

Please take a look at our individual pages for further information.

The Kensey Centre

At the Kensey Centre we hope you will find a calm and relaxing environment. Alas due to Covid 19 the waiting room remains closed for the time being.

(The paintings are available for purchase, please see signage in the waiting room)

Where to find us:

Please Note: There is no onsite parking available at the centre ( Blue Badge holders – there is one disabled parking space next to the wheelchair ramp access). There is however vehicular access and turning space if you wish to be dropped off in the car park. The nearest public car parks can be found at The Old Pannier Market, Race Hill, PL15 8AY or St Mary’s car park and Castle Street, PL15 8BA. Parking charges may apply.