Natural health centre invites Harborough residents to stay healthy

Natural health centre invites Harborough residents to stay healthy

Stella and Alec Welton, owners of Archway House, Marketr Harborough

Market Harborough’s largest natural health centre is holding a free taster day this month (September). The event at Archway House on Lubenham Hill will enable people from the area to look around the site, speak to practitioners, sample some services (with voluntary donations to charity) and find out more about what’s available.

The taster day takes place on Saturday 28th September from 1pm-4pm, and will showcase the range of health services on offer, from acupuncture to chiropractic. The centre is also raising funds for local charity the Squires Effect.

The Archway House site is the largest such centre within three counties. It also includes Sheeda’s Day Spa and the Bodyfitness gym, both of which will be open and offering taster training sessions and mini make-overs. All sessions are free to attend, but visitors can make a voluntary donation to the Squires Effect if they wish.

The day will offer a range of taster sessions, including spinal screenings, massage, reflexology and Pilates, as well as talks on a variety of subjects such as allergies and nutrition amongst others. Practitioners will also be on hand to answer any questions and explain more about what they do.

There will be a farmers’ market on site with produce from Waterloo Farm and Welton’s as well as cakes for sale and wine tasting. The staff at Archway are also running a raffle with prizes which include £100 of Archway House vouchers, beauty and fitness vouchers and a hamper worth £100.  All proceeds will go to the Squires Effect

“Many people in the area still don’t know quite what we do here, so we thought it would be good to open our doors to the community so they can take a look around and find out more about how we can help them,” comments Archway House owner Alec Welton. “We believe that people could lead much healthier lives if they took better care of their bodies.  At the taster day they will be able to talk to practitioners and find more about common disciplines like sports massage and herbal medicine, less well known ones such as reiki or kinesiology or any of the other services on offer. It’s also a great opportunity to raise money for a local charity.”

People can simply turn up on the day, or may prefer to book a taster session or talk in advance to guarantee their place. Full details of the day’s programme of events are available at People can book their place or find out more by emailing or calling 01858 410 820.

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