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Wednesday 14th November 2018
We have some exciting news to share!!!
Judy, our reflexologist is now offering appointments in Hadleigh on a Wednesday evening.
So if you are getting Christmas pressies sorted early a Gift Voucher for Reflexology could be just the thing! Speak to one of the Admin team for further information.
Judy will still be running her daytime clinic at our Gamma 9 location on a Friday so please call the practice to book an appointment on 01473 810185 or for any questions you may have.
Tuesday 6th November 2018
If you should encounter a problem with parking in one of our allocated spots at the practice in Ipswich, there are quite a few overflow spaces available (please refer to the map below) where you will be able to park.
However, before parking in an overflow spot please register your vehicle’s registration number with reception by popping into Epsilon House or alternatively by calling them on 01473 276100.
We look forward to your cooperation in this matter.
Monday 29th October 2018
Our new term of classes are due to commence on Monday the 5th of November and we currently have a few spots available so if you are interested in attending a class please contact the practice on 01473 810185 for further information.
Monday 29th October 2018
CALLING ALL RUNNERS
Do you want to improve your form and technique?
Want to prevent injury?
Need to improve your strength and flexibility?
Then our Pilates for Runners class could be just what you need. This new class will be held on Monday Evenings at our Ipswich location with Kerry.
Please call the practice on 01473 810185 for further information.
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