About Bodywise Natural Health Centre
Bodywise was founded by a group of natural health practitioners in 1996. We are here to enhance the physical and emotional health of everyone who visits us.
We have a strong emphasis on high standards of training and professional development and our practitioners are committed to working together in a spirit of generosity, cooperation and compassion.
We have a light, bright, beautiful studio which hosts the wide range of yoga and movement classes and also our programme of weekend workshops. We have three specially designed treatment rooms for natural therapies.
We are located in a converted cotton warehouse in the historic Northern Quarter of Manchester. The building is owned by Manchester Buddhist Centre and you can find us on the 2nd floor.
Disabled & Pushchair Access
While you can now reach Bodywise by lift from the ground floor, building access is still via 6 steps. We give as much assistance as we can to those that need help up the 6 steps. We hope to offer full disabled access soon.
By Train, Bus and Tram
We are a stone’s throw from the Arndale Shopping Centre and very close to a wide range of public transport links with Market Street Metrolink and Shudehill Metrolink and bus station just round the corner. We are 15 minutes walk from Piccadilly train station and 10 minutes walk from Victoria train station. Traveline Journey Planner can be a help and our postcode is M4 1DZ.
There are several disabled parking spaces nearby and several NCP car parks.
There are cycle racks at the end of Turner Street and we suggest you use a good lock as thieves target Manchester City Centre.
More to discover in the Buddhist Centre
Bodywise is a separately run business to the Manchester Buddhist Centre but we share our inspiration for supporting you to be well and develop yourself. You can find information on their website about courses and classes in Buddhism and meditation.
There is Earth Café, a vegan café and juice bar in the basement and the Buddhist Centre shop sells yoga mats, blocks, eye bags, books, neti pots and incense. The Buddhist Centre also has meditation rooms that you can use if you enquire at the Buddhist Centre reception. There is also a kitchen on the ground floor where you can make a donation for making yourself a cup of tea.