Trinity Laban Health is now open.
We offer both face-to-face and virtual Physiotherapy appointments, as well as face-to-face Sports Massage, Acupuncture and Craniosacral Therapy, with our performing arts specialist practitioners.Book Online
Trinity Laban Health is currently open for the following treatments:
- Physiotherapy (online and in-person)
- Sports Massage
- Craniosacral Therapy
We are currently not accepting appointments for Acupuncture/Acupressure as we review the current situation.
All face-to-face appointments will be subject to a Covid-19 screening questionnaire. One of our team will be in touch with you by phone around 24 hours before your booking to complete this.
You will also be asked to sign a pre-appointment Covid-19 consent form and will be sent our ‘Guidance for Clients’ for you to read before your appointment. When you book, please ensure that we have your most up-to-date contact details.
We are also recommending that all clients complete a Covid-19 test prior to attending their appointment. Further information on this will be emailed to clients upon booking.
If you have any questions about our Covid secure policies, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us before you book at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity Laban Health is a multi-disciplinary clinic offering a wide range of complementary treatments that everyone can benefit from. All our therapies can treat a variety of conditions, from problems such as stress and anxiety to muscular and neurological problems. Our treatments target specific symptoms and promote a feeling of well-being.Read More
Performing Artists’ Health
The Trinity Laban Health Clinic and its therapists specialise in the assessment and treatment of Performing Artists.
Not only do all of our therapists have a particular interest in performing artists’ injuries and injury prevention, but many have had first-hand experience of being a performing artist or have worked with performing artists for many years, gaining vast experience in the field.
Our range of therapies aim to support dancers, musicians, actors and musical theatre performers in training, and working professionals, using specialist knowledge of the specific demands placed upon the body, and appropriate techniques to prevent or aid in the rehabilitation from an injury.Read More