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Active recovery Ltd is a company that provide access to Complementary Therapy treatments and training through their clinic at the Gaia Centre in Loughborough, Leicestershire. These include  various pain relief techniques, muscle manipulation/soft tissue therapies, and methods for achieving relaxation. If you are seeking treatment for any of a variety of muscular conditions, or to recover from exertion, or just to feel better, then please click on the ‘treatments’ button on the right for more advice  and information.


Active’s school provides courses and further professional development training opportunities for prospective and qualified therapists, that range across a variety of Complementary disciplines. So if you have arrived at our site seeking to learn new skills, or are looking for opportunities to update or further enhance your old skills, or merely to obtain a therapy qualification then why not access our training division (the Active School of Complementary Therapy).  Please select the training button (below right).


At the Gaia Centre we provide a number of other Complementary therapies that may assist your health improvement. If you would like to view all the currently available services available at the Gaia Centre with a list of links to the therapies we can offer please, click on the magnifying glass that will appear below the Gaia panel if you hover your pointer over the logo. Alternatively, click on the Gaia logo or on the Therapies button beneath the panel to proceed directly to the Gaia web site.

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17 Frederick Street,

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01509 556101


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