The owner of a new therapy centre has said ‘they are thrilled’ to be helping out the people of Buckinghamshire with their services.

Nicola Biggs, who runs the Aylesbury Therapy Centre in Temple Street, revealed she received the keys to her studio at the start of November before they started to take clients at the end of that month.

After a somewhat lukewarm start, things have started to pick up for the physiotherapist who will be inviting members of the public to their official grand opening which will take place on February 10.

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She told the Free Press: “Starting a new business in November time when you’re not in retail was a bit risky but things have picked up in recent weeks and we’re getting lots of clients.

“Everyone is trained so we can see children to retired people as there is no one we can’t help.

“We have six therapists who are very good at what they do, and we also make sure that everyone feels positive both physically and mentally.”

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The centre currently offers counselling, physiotherapy, hypnotherapy, holistic therapy services, psychotherapy, clinical supervision, workshops and events.

At their opening day on February 10, they hope to welcome the Aylesbury public and beyond to their clinic who may not have heard about them.

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She continued: “For the two of us [her partner Mark], in recent years, your mental health does have an impact on your physical health.

“People who are stressed or have anxiety are a lot more tense and this can have an impact on joints, muscles and other parts of the body.

“Having physical therapy is part of self-improvement and there have been times where we have directed people to other workshops or courses to suit their needs as we want everyone to feel good.”

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