At London Hypnotherapy, catering to your wellbeing is everything.
And environment is important. It’s a key factor in progressive therapy, and in everyone’s life, and those first impressions really do count.
Comfortable. Easy. Secure. We’ve got you covered…
At London Hypnotherapy, environment is everything.
I know that the little things count, and so eradicating the annoying little things counts even more.
I settled on a practice that I felt gave everything in just the right amounts – easy access, peaceful surroundings, and ideal facilities.
It’s not home, but it has a home-from-home feel (the owners even gave me options on wall colour!)
And the seasons are catered for too – a peaceful, cobbled green space with benches to read a book in the warmer months – a waiting room for those cooler temps when the winter hits hard.
It’s safe and secure, and the outside space is well-lit too.
And the area is chock full of great coffee shops and eateries.
I love working here.
I hope you like it too.
Frequently asked questions
Is the therapy room private?
Whilst there are other therapy rooms adjacent to your room and on the same floor, we will be able to talk freely without concern about being overheard. Windows can be opened or closed to suit your preference, and there is a lock on the door if you prefer – locking the door will ONLY be done should you express a want to do so at the beginning of each session.
Is the therapy room comfortable?
Yes. The therapy room has been designed to be as comfortable as possible. The chairs are leather armchairs and wall colours are chosen specifically to cater to a relaxing mood. The hypnotherapy bed has an adjustable height, a pillow, a hard-wearing base blanket (so you can keep shoes on), and there is a soft blanket to keep you warm during your hypnosis. Lighting is gentle, and there is a fan and a radiator to cater for the ideal temperature.
Is there a waiting room?
Yes. There is a peaceful waiting room with 4 seats and a water dispenser. An additional waiting room is on the second floor should there be no space available in this area. Toilet facilities are on the ground floor and the third (top) floor.
Is there space outside the building where I can wait?
Yes. The practice is set in a peaceful cobbled courtyard separate from the main road, and there are benches available to everyone in the square. Filled with plants and shrubs the area is quiet, comfortable and a place to spend time relaxing before your session.
Is the therapy room accessible to wheelchair users?
The ramp through the square is the cobbled road, with a small kerb size step up to the pavement. When you arrive at the practice the front door and entrance hall, as well as the ground floor toilet facility, cater with extra width to wheelchair users. Doors beyond this point are of standard width. The Hypnotherapy bed is height adjustable to cater for anyone who requires a lower level.
Can I bring a bike, are there places I can lock it securely?
Yes, you can bring a bike, however, there is no space to lock a bike directly outside the practice room, and at no time are bikes allowed in the practice halls or rooms. There are railings close by where bikes can be chained, at each person’s own responsibility.
Can I drive, is there parking close by?
Yes. There is strictly no parking in the square, but on the roads adjacent to the practice, Coldbath Square and Topham St, there are a number of pay and display spaces. Also, parallel to Topham St (Bakers Row) there are additional spaces available often. Please check current rates and times – all parking is at each person’s responsibility.
Is there public transport close by?
Yes. London Hypnotherapy is well placed for public transport. There are 4x underground Stations close by, 2x of which are service by Rail and Thameslink also.
Trains and Tubes:
Farringdon: circle + district – 0.5 miles
Chancery Lane: central – 0.5 miles
Angel: northern – 0.7 miles
Kings Cross – 0.9 miles
No.63: Kings Cross – Peckham (View Route)
No.38: Hackney – Victoria (View Route)
No.19: Finsbury Pk – Chelsea (View Route)
No.243: Tottenham – Waterloo (View Route)
Are there shops and cafes close by?
Yes. Within a 5-minute walk, there are 2x areas of interest, Exmouth Market and Leather Lane, both with some (in my biased opinion) of the best coffee shops in London. Plenty of food options in both, and there is also a newsagent on Rosebery Avenue which is a minute’s walk from the practice.
9 Coldbath Square, London EC1R 5HL