Clinic hours, locations, and fees
To make an appointment or discuss if any of the tools I use are for you, please phone my mobile at
07866 844 016. If there is no answer, please leave a message including your name, phone number and the best time to reach you. I try to reply to all calls by the evening on the day you call although occasionally I will be unable to reply for 48 hours.
Clinic Hours and Location
I work from the following clinics at the times described. I see clients by appointment only.
Access for people with mobility or sensory difficulties
There are two options to work with me if stairs or busy cities create a difficulty for you to attend clinic with me. The first is called a distance session and utilises online video or audio tools . The second is a completely remote session where there is communication prior to the session (usually via email) allowing an exchange of information and then the session is done, the results recorded via voice memo and sent to the client. Please let me know if you would like a distant or remote session or if you have any other specific needs so I can be certain to provide you with the best support when and if possible.
Thursdays from 9 AM until 9 PM
Nurture at 9 Fitzroy Place, Sauchihall Street Glasgow G3 7RH. This clinic is located in a traditional Victorian tenement building and has more than five steps leading to the hallway entrance. Once inside there are no more stairs. This is a lovely, family run clinic housing a number of different therapists.
Occasional other days by arrangement
Nurture at 9 Fitzroy Place, Glasgow. The postcode is G3 7RH
In The Moment at 72 Berkeley Street G3 7DS
The number to call to arrange an appointment at either of these places is: 07866 844 016.
All therapeutic tools utilised as needed - in person or via distance
Please note that BodyTalk does not require an initial two hour appointment but it can be helpful to the therapeutic process.
Getting to Nurture Glasgow
The Nurture clinic is on a main road in Glasgow, West End. It's located in the Finnieston area which boasts a multitude of award winning restaurants, the Kelvingrove Museum and the beautiful Kelvingrove park.
Arriving in Glasgow by train:
Queen Street Train Station
Walking from Glasgow Queen Street train station takes 26 minutes according to google maps - although I have no doubt some of you could go faster! Buses number 3, 17 and 77 seem to let off nearby but please check the current timetables!
Central Train Station
Walking from Glasgow Central train station takes 27 minutes according to google maps - although I have no doubt some of you could go faster! Buses number 2, 3 and 77 seem to let off nearby but please check the current timetables! ScotRail can take you to the Exhibition Centre station and it is a 10 minute walk from there.
Arriving in Glasgow by car:
Parking is available on nearby streets and at the time of writing this costs 80p for the first hour and £1.60 for each hour thereafter with a max stay of 3 hours (please leave plenty of time before and after the session before driving!).