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Complementary therapies

The Health Centre at Penrhyn Road offers a variety of complementary therapies to staff, students and visitors at reduced rates. Independent external therapists, appointed by the Health and Wellbeing section, run the sessions.

Please note: all practitioners are independent of the University. Kingston University does not endorse any one particular therapy or therapist. All clients using these services do so at their own risk.

Current therapies on offer

How to book

To make an appointment or for further information, call 020 8417 2204.

We will require your name and a contact number. For a first appointment, we may send you a questionnaire to fill out prior to the appointment.

Attending the appointment

On the day of the appointment come to the Penrhyn Road Health Centre in good time and report to the reception desk. The therapist will come and collect you from the waiting room (either downstairs or upstairs) and take you to the therapy room.

If you are running late for your appointment, please call 020 8417 2204 and let us know. If you do not attend your appointment or cancel without adequate notice* you will incur a cancellation fee (up to the full cost of the consultation).

*Cancellation policy
It is important to cancel your appointment if you are unable to attend. We will charge a cancellation fee, up to the full amount of the treatment fee, to any client not turning up or cancelling with less than 24 hours' notice. A wasted appointment is a wasted fee!

To cancel your appointment, telephone 020 8417 2204 or email health@kingston.ac.uk, putting the specific therapy in the subject line.

Paying for the appointment

The complementary therapies are all offered at reduced rates. The therapies vary in price and are available on different days – please ask at time of booking. You will need to pay the therapist for the treatment at the time of the appointment.

Contact us

Student Wellbeing Group:
Health and Wellbeing

Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 2204
Email us

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