Highworth Holistic Health

Highworth – The Clinic is here. Holistic – the philosophy that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. [Collins concise dictionary]. Health – the status of being bodily and mentally vigorous and free from disease [Collins concise dictionary]

Highworth Holistic Health

Highworth Holistic Health is a friendly multi disciplinary community of complementary therapists.  We are situated in Newburgh Place in Highworth, just off St. Michaels Avenue.  There is free car parking behind the clinic.
Highworth is easily accessible from Lechlade, Faringdon, and the North Swindon area including Tadpole Garden Village, St Andrews Ridge, Blunsdon, and Abbey Meads. See “The centre” page for map.  If you prefer to come by bus, you can see the clinic from the “Station Road” bus stop on the number 7 bus route.
Jane Faulkes started the clinic in 2015.  She is a McTimoney chiropractor, who started work in 2004 in Swindon.  Over the years she had recognised that working together with other therapists could improve the overall patient, and practitioner experience.  So, she developed the clinic with the aim of developing a group of like minded therapists all working together under one roof.

Everyone working from here is self-employed, insured and fully qualified in their specialisation.


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Caught this yesterday. Really, really worth a listen.


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Room Booking for Practitioners

If you are a practitioner who would like to rent a room please email Jane Faulkes by using the contact form on the contacts page.

New Arrivals

Brenda Colton has recently joined us at Highworth Holistic Health. Brenda provides reiki including courses, reflexology and massage.

Lorraine is a clinical hypnotherapist who has started at Highworth Holistic Health recently. Read more about Brenda and Lorraine on the Practitioners Page.


Find out about our practitioners on our Practitioners Page.

Currently we have two Mctimoney Chiropractors, a homeopath, a reiki therapist and a reflexology and massage therapist working from the centre.

As time goes on, the centre will slowly expand to include more practitioners specialising in different disciplines.

A Note on GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations

All the practitioners working from Highworth Holistic Health are self employed and are not employed by Highworth Holistic HealthHighworth Holistic Health does not have any GDPR compliance obligation for the the practitioners, they run their own GDPR compliance policies.

See the Highworth Holistic Health privacy statement HERE