Professional therapists sought by West Sussex’s Cowdray Estate ahead of three new well-being therapy rooms opening in early March
Ahead of the early March opening of its three new therapy rooms dedicated to well-being, West Sussex’s Cowdray Estate (www.cowdray.co.uk) is keen to draw together a committed assembly of professionally-qualified practitioners, representing a variety of wide-ranging and all-encompassing healing disciplines.
With the brand new Cowdray Therapy Rooms opening on Saturday 5th March, applications are being invited from therapists who will recognise this well-positioned base as a complementary match for their particular expertise.
Acupuncturists, osteopaths, nutritional therapists, physiotherapists, podiatrists, private GPs, mindfulness experts and the like – living and working within reach of Midhurst – will be offered a supportive centre for their consultations and treatments.
Available to hire seven days a week, the Cowdray Therapy Rooms’ specially-designed facilities will not only hold great appeal for therapists but, in turn, for their clients also.
The new therapy rooms gel neatly with Cowdray’s holistic pursuance of opportunities that look to well-being in varying guises on the 16,500-acre estate. For example, a further programme of five-day workshops is scheduled for the coming year at the nearby Renaissance Art Studio (recently unveiled in a remaining tower at Cowdray Ruins) while a weekend of Mindfulness talks in Cowdray House (the former family home of Viscount and Viscountess Cowdray, now available for private hire) – with Ruby Wax among the guest speakers – is currently being planned for 14th and 15th May.
“The inspiring opportunities we’ve lined up for 2016 offer alternative ways to draw back from the stresses and strains of modern life and enjoy a restorative experience within the South Downs national parkland,” highlights Jonathan Russell, CEO of the Cowdray Estate.
Therapists interested in learning more about practising at the Cowdray Therapy Rooms should e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01730 812423.