Central London Wellbeing Therapies

During these challenging times the therapy team at Breathe now provide either consultations or therapy sessions remotely; either by phone/skype/zoom or facetime.  

The physical therapists give advice about rehabilitation and movement.  The mind therapists offer therapy sessions to help handle stress, anxiety, the pressures of working from home and loneliness.  Contact the therapists directly via their biographies and they will contact you to arrange a consultation or therapy session - Therapist contact details

We also run group sessions for individuals and teams using Zoom covering the following areas:

  • Mindfulness at home
  • Maintaining social connections remotely
  • Handling Isolation
  • Building resilience
  • Breathwork techniques
  • Positive connections – providing a forum for people to share ideas for building hope and optimism

For more details contact us today to find out about how to join in these meetings

Both our Waterloo and Covent Garden centres have temporarily closed

Our locations

Breathe London ethos and value

We have a wide range of mind and body therapies to help heal body, mind and soul.  Physical and mental wellbeing go hand in hand and our therapists often work in combination with one another.  Whether you want to find out about our treatments for back pain, headaches, infertility, stress, anxiety, phobias, weight loss, addictions or whether you just want to find a therapist and a therapy that enables you to feel restored, balance and energised then Breathe London is the place to come

All of the thirty therapists at the centres have at least eight years experience in their chosen field (most have much more) and all share common Breathe values of  kindness, openness, respect, attention to detail and value for money.  Experience, skill levels and kindness are the most important aspects of any healing relationship between a client and a therapist.

Our therapies

The history of Breathe London

Andy Roberts and Tom TeWhaiti set up Breathe back in 2003. It's called Breathe because in a former career, as a corporate financier, Andy was working late one night with his colleague Pam and he was reminded to take a chill pill when he was getting worked up by a deadline.

The rooms are beautiful healing spaces.  In a former life the Colombo centre was the old Sainsbury’s head office on the Southbank.  In the 70s the centre became a wellbeing centre serving the local community.  Since then generations of local Southwark people have come and played at the centre and it is one of the few places in central London where people can play five a side football, netball, tennis, go to a gym and engage in community activities. 

Colombo is a not for profit organisation which re invests all surpluses to run local community activities.  We are proud that the rental income Breathe pays for our therapy rooms is redistributed back to the community. We are proud that our home is at Colombo in partnership with Jubilee Hall Trust and Coin Street Community builders

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