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Notting Hill Health & Beauty

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Bella Revolution (Closed)
333 Portobello Rd., Notting Hill
The team behind this newly opened concept shop/treatment center are taking a 360 approach to wellness. You might book an appointment with resident Naturopath Dr. Izzy Sharkar to get to the bottom of a long-standing ailment, enjoy a relaxing Reiki session with Josie, or pop in to check out their shop, which has everything from clean beauty products to workout gear. They'll even recommend the best water filtration systems. Open 7-days-a-week, the idea is that while wellness might start in one of their five treatment rooms, they'll give you all the tools to put it into practice at home from the water you drink to the toiletries you rely on.
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Eve Kalinik
Having worked in fashion PR, Eve Kalinik understands the crazy pace at which some of her clients live, and how they might not have the time to make their own meals, let alone eat at regular hours. This is probably what makes her one of the most in-demand nutritional therapists of the moment. Eve focuses on teaching her clients new eating habits that they can actually stick to, and introducing foods that are within their reach. Plus, she's into the nitty-gritty, looking into hormone imbalances, food intolerances, and digestive issues when needed to get to the root of her patients' issues.
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KJW Osteopathy
221 Westbourne Park Rd., Notting Hill
When it comes to bodily aches and pains, there's often more to it than meets the eye, which is exactly what osteopath Kristian Wood addresses. He's well versed in fixing injuries, but his healing practice takes his appointments much further than that. Part of a session with Kristian might involve physical touch to release a trapped muscle or nerve, and the rest is a mix of energy healing and therapy, so that aches caused by emotional stresses and blockages can be dislodged for good.
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The Life Centre
15 Edge Street, Notting Hill
A haven for serious and amateur yogis alike—just check into their packed Islington Saturday morning Jivamukti classes for a taste—both Life Centre locations are also hubs for some of London's best alternative therapies, from cranio sacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, reiki and more. While the therapy rooms are not what you get at a glitzy hotel spa, their therapists are incredible healers. The Islington locale has also recently opened up a yoga therapy clinic, where personalized yoga sessions treat a suite of maladies whether they be digestive, endocrine, or emotional. The original location in Islington.
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