At Summertown Clinic, we are in the heart of Oxford’s busy world of CAM therapies, and with so much going on we are planning to post all our news here as a blog.
For those of you unused to blogs, feel free to comment on the different posts you can see below which will keep you up to date with all the latest news at the clinic.
They are in date order but you can use the search facility to look for any specific events.
Beginners Yoga A class for everyone Starts Monday 8 May 11.30-12.30 North Oxford Golf Club This is a gentle restorative yoga class for beginners & all levels of fitness & all ages. Learn simple poses to develop core strength, mobilise shoulders, hips & spine. Relaxation & breathing to balance and relax body & mind. Taught.. read more →
Iyengar Yoga is a method developed by B.K.S Iyengar that focuses very much on alignment to help students gain the greatest benefits from their practice, as well as giving a much deeper understanding and awareness of how our bodies work. B.K.S Iyengar was the first to introduce the use of props such as blocks and.. read more →
Alex Smolonska & Brita Benson Join The Massage Team We are very excited that we have 2 experienced Oxford masseurs joining the team. This is fantastic news as we respond to the huge demand for the excellent massage services we already offer. Both masseurs have been working in Oxford for many years at Eau de Vie in.. read more →
Patient Focus Group – We Need You! At Summertown Clinic we are always looking to improve and continue to aspire to the highest standards of patient care. One initiative we are developing is to set up a small focus group hopefully containing up to 8 patients. The role of the volunteers would be to meet.. read more →
Welcome To The World Baby Daniel! On Saturday 11th June, Claire gave birth to a baby boy – Daniel Vincent David Cullen Ruddick at 14:44. He weighed 7lb’s 1.5oz (3.24kg) and was delivered by his dad James Ruddick (under the close watch of 2 midwives!). Claire and James feel very lucky to have been able.. read more →
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