Getting you Fit & Healthy, Keeping you Fit & Healthy

Massage, Acupuncture, Counselling, Nutrition and much more ..

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The Albany Street Clinic is located in the New Town and is home to some of Edinburgh's most established and experienced complementary health practitioners.  The clinic is known for it's warm and calm atmosphere as well as the effective care of the practitioners.  As well as treating a range of chronic and acute complaints, we are also the dedicated venue for The Natural Fertility Centre, the Natural Pregnancy Clinic and the Arthritis and Frozen Shoulder Clinic.  


Our clinic is host to professional, experienced and specialist massage therapists, acupuncturists, herbalists, counselling, nutritionists and much, much more. Have a look at our Treatments page or scroll through the Therapists if you know who you're looking for.

Here at Albany Street, we know how hard it is to maintain optimal health in a busy life because we are all in the same boat.  We will work with you to gain and maintain a healthy weight, ease a sore back, relax those tight shoulders, release painful joints and clear your skin as well as help you along your fertility and pregnancy journey if that's what you need most.

Call us to book an appointment on 0131 629 1529. At busy times your call may be diverted to an answering machine - please don't be put off and do leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

April News

At last - doctors are beginning to accept what we've known for a long time (discussed in this article in the Mail online and this one in Euronews)... that Chinese Herbal Medicines are safe and effective.  Make sure that the practitioner you see is properly qualified from an accredited university and that they are a member of the RCHM (Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine).  Members of this Register uses no animal or mineral products - only plant based ones.  Our Chinese Medical Herbalist Fiona Wolfenden works Monday, Wednesday and alternate Fridays - please call if you want to book in for a consultation.

Anyone who suffers from hayfever might want to start looking at booking in for some preventative acupuncture from now and people thinking early about holidays and losing weight should book in to see our nutritionist for some advice and guidance - it's not about eating less, it's about eating well.

There's more about using acupressure for allergy relief here with a useful video to show you exactly what to do

Facial Acupuncture is getting more popular at the clinic and three of our acupuncturists are fully trained in this procedure -just send us an email if you're interested in finding out more.  

With the start of the running season coming up, you could boost performance by dealing with old injuries and stiffness through some sports massage and acupuncture.  Get some energy into those tired and heavy legs, pay some attention to your hard working feet and give your will power a nudge in the right direction.

April Beauty Offers

Here's a link to Lana's special voucher offers for Easter. Valid from 1st April.

Six new facials are now available at reduced price of £35 (normally £40). The facials use natural ingredients such as Caviar, Hyaluronic acid, Apricot, Vitamin C, Azulene and Oxygen which work to cleanse and tone your skin and enhance your  complexion.

For more information please visit or call Lana on  07912 351 285

Pam Dobbie will be supporting individuals and small groups by providing Trauma Releasing Exercise  sessions at the Albany Street Clinic from May 2015.  For more info, see here

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Deliciously Ella has a good video here on making Bircher Muesli.  It's so easy to do and a great way to start the morning ....

Many people are finding they have either full blown allergies or just a mild intolerance to wheat.  The latest science on this is that it may be caused by the fertilizers and pesticides used on the crop than the wheat itself. Oats are a good way to start your day and can keep you feeling fuller for longer.

We're all about POSITIVE EATING here at the Albany Street Clinic.  Eating well is much more about adding in the good stuff than taking out the bad stuff (with the exception of sugar).  There is so much that can be done to improve your nutritional intake and the results are a more robust immune system, more energy, weight loss, better skin & hair, balanced hormones (that goes for men and women) and balanced blood sugar levels.



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