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The aim of this project is to benefit the health and well-being of local residents by providing complementary therapies.

26 Queens Park residents will benefit from 3 x60min or 4 x45min sessions of individual complementary treatments of either acupuncture, massage, reflexology or shiatsu


The project will focus on residents over 60 and unpaid carers of any age living in Queen's Park ward but we will also consider other vulnerable groups such as single parents, refugees, and residents with mental health conditions (anxiety, depression...) of any age.

You can check if you are entitled using your postcode in this website or looking at this map


We will start the project in January/February 2019 and expecting to finish it by the end of July 2019


Treatments are free. Donations are welcome


Older people with long-term conditions and people with mental health conditions such anxiety or depression, are more likely to experience a significant impact on quality of life, and restriction in economic and social opportunities leading to social isolation, risk behaviours such as alcohol or substance misuse, poor diet and lack of physical activity. We have a team of experienced practitioners that will ensure high quality, person-centred care, with the aim to reduce the risk factors for, and improving the management of, long term conditions but also focusing on prevention and early intervention. 

The project will encourage awareness of health issues empowering the participants to live a healthy lifestyle and make healthy choices, including diet, physical activity and avoiding risk behaviours (such as smoking) and also enabling self-management of conditions and independence. In general the project could encourage older residents to live independently for longer in their own homes. This helps their families to know their relatives are managing their lives better, thus have a positive

effect on Queens Park. On the other hand, the positive interactions with our practitioners will increase mental and physical health and wellbeing reducing loneliness and encouraging them to leave the house and socialise. 

We will offer a range of therapies with each own different benefits and we will ensure to give the resident the most appropriate service for his/her case. Our practitioners work as a team and they know if they need to refer to another therapy if needed.


Our relevant partners are Ernest Harriss House and the Scheme Managers who provide appropriate free therapy room in Elgin Avenue, with our own hydraulic couch, likewise, Half Penny Steps NHS clinic who also provide the venue free on a Saturday.

We also use the Juniper House conservatory as a venue for a nominal rent.

Ernets Harris House

61 Elgin Av.

London W9 2DB

Juniper House

3 Fourth Ave

London W10 4QX

Half Penny Steps

427-429 Harrow Rd, London W10 4RE


Nazan Garcia is the team leader of this project:

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