Expanding horizons for healthcare centre

Tonic Health opens its new premises in Broadgate House, Spalding, with (back) yoga instructor Sarah Tite, events organiser Sam Hill, owner Michael Morris, Anne Rose, personal trainer Craig Candler, (front) therapist Ellen Cook and kinesiologist Jenny Holcombe.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
Tonic Health opens its new premises in Broadgate House, Spalding, with (back) yoga instructor Sarah Tite, events organiser Sam Hill, owner Michael Morris, Anne Rose, personal trainer Craig Candler, (front) therapist Ellen Cook and kinesiologist Jenny Holcombe. Photo by Tim Wilson.
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Health and wellbeing clinic Tonic Health is exploring wider opportunities after moving into new premises in Spalding.

The clinic is now offering treatments for chronic pain, sports injuries, back and joint problems at Broadgate House in Westlode Street where a team of staff have set up what owner Michael Morris describes as a “community hub for health and wellbeing”.

Michael said: “I started the business about 15 years ago inside Everybody’s Gym off Vine Street and then moved to London Road.

“This is where Tonic Health was formed and I was joined by Jenny Holcombe from which point we gradually grew.

“We’ve brought in both the therapy side and movement aspects of health and wellbeing and I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how we’ve grown, considering how the industry is massively based on word of mouth.”

The new centre has three community rooms and a large kitchen area which is used by Tonic Health’s team of six therapists, three personal trainers and yoga instructor Sarah Tite.

Tonic Health was commended in the New Business of the Year category at the 2014 South Holland Business Awards and Michael said: “It’s great for the clinic and myself to be recommended and endorsed in such a way.”