Balance Performance Physiotherapy Facility: our waiting and reception area currently an exercise area

Space adjustments to our Balance Performance facility during COVID-19

Changing the space at Balance Performance Physiotherapy facility to accommodate changes to social distancing in London. “I don’t know what I would have done if you guys weren’t open during lockdown.” – Matt C (using our AlterG to regain his fully weight-bearing walking ability following hip surgery).   We’ve been continuing to offer a service […]

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vestibular cognitive exercise: it involves visual scanning and the same time challenging your executive functioning - really helpful for dual tasking and improving concentrations

Balance falls and dizziness: great vestibular expertise available from Jonathan Zulueta

Balance falls and dizziness: great vestibular expertise available from Jonathan Zulueta. And more… Jonathan Zulueta is a fantastically experienced, knowledgable and innovative physiotherapist who dedicates himself to his clients. As well as working on vestibular issues – balance falls and dizziness – which can arise from many different aspects of our being Jonathan has great […]

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Balancing Breathwork class begins June 2019

Balancing breathwork class with Tony Clegg This class begins this Sunday 10am until 11.15am, June 9th…and  the  first one is  free Balancing Breathwork Instruction and guidance on breathing from therapists, coaches and teachers on the Balance team is nothing new. Class Conspiracy But getting a group of people together for the explicit and unambiguous purpose […]

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Health and Wellness classes, March 2019

Sacred Movements class series with Ray Carbullido Artist, teacher and facilitator Ray Carbullido returns to London this March, partnering with us here at Balance Performance Physiotherapy & London Shambhala Meditation Centre, to bring to you a unique series of integrative events that focuses on healing, spirituality and traditional martial / movement practice & how these aspects […]

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Move more, feel better, enjoy living, increase your health span.

Sitting less living longer? In this article in the Guardian last week, prompted by work published by Professor of Behavioural Medicine and Exercise Physiologist Keith Diaz (profile), the question is asked  “I’m old, sedentary and slouch a lot – will sitting less help me live longer?” What Sam Wollaston describes is the problem faced by […]

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