Clinic Venue and Contact Information

Amanda Brooks 07938 851750 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Online Booking Schedule

For ease you can now book online at Amanda's online diary where you will be able to see what appointments are available, book and receive confirmation quickly.

Clinic Address:

Find Your Inner Harmony, Bicester, Suite D, 2nd Floor, 2a Sheep Street, Bicester OX26 6AA (opposite HSBC on Sheep Street)

Situated within In Real Motion Ltd, it is located above New Recruits on the 2nd floor. Parking can be found in Claremont Car Park (behind Wilkinsons) Map and is £1.20 for two hours and is a 2 minute walk away. When you walk into the town turn right and the clinic is 100 yards on the right immediately between the Shaw Trust charity shop and the White Hart pub. Do not park in the Market Square as the maximum there is only 1 hour and parking attendants are in constant attendance. 

Sainsburys(OX26 6DG) has a car park  where you can park for 2 hours free. When you walk out from the car park into town turn right on Sheep street and the clinic is approximately 400 yards further up the street on the left.

If you wish to park for more than 3 hours then there is the Cattle Market Car park OX26 6QB once you come out of the car park walk straight ahead and walk down a courtyard and you will emerge onto Sheep Street beside a butchers turn left and walk approximately 200 yards and the clinic will be on the left.  

Map Monday through til Friday 9.30am - 4pm.

Correspondence address:

47 Bucknell Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX26 2DE

Testimonials

My sister is 81 years old and suffers from osteoporosis mainly in her hips. She also has learning difficulties and I am her carer. She was in great pain and barely able to walk and Doctors suggested she have an operation. Because of her age and mental condition I didn't want to put her through all that this would entail, so as a last resort I decided to give her the minerals. She was taking them for about three weeks and not only was she not complaining so much about the pain, but it seemed that her brain was being re-stimulated and she wanted to read all the time. She only had about two years schooling and that was 73 years ago. Her mental health doctor came to visit and was absolutely amazed at the change in her. People of her age do not usually have the motivation to do something like that. Her reading age is about a 7-8 yrs old but it is steadily improving since she is reading every day.........Who knows if she had been diagnosed many years ago as having a mineral deficiency what she could have achieved.