The Centre for Whole Health was developed in 1988 by the Lam Rim Bristol Trust, a Buddhist Charity, and seeks to provide natural ways to support health and wellbeing. It is a not-for-profit company and, although not part of the Buddhist Charity itself, it follows the primary Buddhist aims of reducing pain and alleviating suffering in others.
The Centre is on Victoria place, just off British Road and East Street in the heart of Bedminster. As it is a small residential cul-de-sac, parking is only available for disabled car users.
All treatment rooms are on the ground floor, and it is wheelchair accessible.
There is unrestricted street parking in British Road and Braunton Road and a car park in Diamond Street. The area is also well serviced by a number of bus routes including the number 75, and Temple Meads station is about 1 mile away.
I am available at the Centre for Whole Health on Monday and Wednesday evenings, and on Wednesday mornings until 1.30pm.