What a great place The Self Centre is - you start by walking into a little place of calm. So many great classes and therapies to choose from, very good as a meeting place for friends or businesses and deceptive in the amount of space on offer. Three good size studios to hire - a very versatile venue.
In September 2014, Gwen W said:
The Self Centre is a haven to unwind , recharge and feel safe in. A fantastic place
In February 2013, Fiona A said:
The Self Centre is n oasis of calm and serenity in my busy world. Thank You
In February 2013, Laura W said:
The Self Centre is a wonderful location for relaxation and business meetings. The food is always delicious particularly the gluten free brownies. Highly recommended
In February 2013, Debbie G said:
A great sanctuary offering a cariety of yoga and pilates classes as well as professional and caring therapists
In February 2013, Kate P said:
Great venue for meetings and great food. Fantastic gifts and all things for your health and wellbeing
In February 2013, Luanne H said:
The Selfcentre offers great facilities. Today I was there to network. Great
In February 2013, Siobhan C said:
First time at the Self centre today, attending the 'Be Yourself Network', lovely atmosphere,very welcoming , great facilities and food.
In February 2013, Suzanne R said:
The Self Centre is a wonderful business which naturally inspires and nurtures the soul
In February 2013, Kim M said:
The Self Centre is a wonderful environment with a wide variety of classes, meeting and a fantastic cafe.
In February 2013, Sarah W said:
a great hub of energy, you can give and take safely. Learning all the time here
In February 2013, LizL said:
The Self Centre offers delicious food, great rooms and wonderful atmosphere
The beginner's classes are an excellent introduction to yoga. Expertly run by Carole who seems encyclopedic in her knowledge of not only 'how to do it' but also ' why it's good for you' and 'when you should and shouldn't do it'! The atmosphere was welcoming, and put you at your ease, however difficult you found contorting yourself in the various positions. Each week we studied a different set/type of poses which built up into a sizeable 'library' of basic and some not so basic poses. The course was well structured so that you can join at any time during the six weeks. The information sheet provided acted as a simple reminder of what I'd learnt so I could practice at home.
If you're thinking of taking up Yoga, I'd highly recommend you visit the Self Centre.
In August 2012, Helen T said:
The Self centre is an oasis - corny but true! You get a sincere warm and friendly welcome in lovely surroundings. There is so much available to help you feel good and find your inner equilibrium....
In February 2012, Alison F said:
Such a lovely place to do yoga. Lots of different classes to suit all.
I am doing antenatal yoga here and I love it. Carole is a wonderful instructor and makes everything so fun. The centre is great, and so easily accessible with their own parking. Yummy little cafe too - perfect for a bowl of homemade soup after a class, or to treat yourself to a homemade flapjack.
I LOVE the self centre! I go to the self centre as much as i can to relax from a hard day at work! I don't know what I would with out the class and the ME time! Big love for Carole and Rosie xxxxxxxxxxxx
Herb & Spice Cafe at the self centre -
The staff are very friendly and helpful. Certainly do not need Mary Portus to sort them out!
Cakes and drinks always delicious and served with a smile & cafe is welcoming.
I had never heard of the Self Centre until I was invited to a networking event there.
It's an amazing place, not only for its treatments, therapies and classes. But an excellent venue for business meetings and the most delicious, wholesome food.
If you have not had lunch there then make sure you do. They also offer outside catering for business lunches and they make the most delicious chocolate brownies in the whole of Bury St Edmunds.
Seriously, the Self Centre is one of the most welcoming and lovely places in the whole of England, let alone just Bury St Edmunds! They offer loads of different yoga classes (so there is something to suit everyone's taste), Pilates and Tai Chi. There are loads of activities for pregnant women and children.
The Herb and Spice cafe, run by Lizzie, serves yummy food at a reasonable price - the perfect venue for a catch up with friends!
All the complementary therapists are wonderful, and there is also a beautician and a hairdressers!
They hire out rooms for meetings which makes a nice change from the normal boring places you normally find.
They also have loads of talks / workshops running all the time, for example, a free talk on 'emotional eating' that anyone can attend!
You'd never get bored coming to this place!
(and the reception staff are all fantastic - friendly and helpful!)
In February 2011, Helen U said:
The shop is amazing you can get everything for the kitchen with helpful staff and a lovely layout
In February 2011, Kate P said:
I think this is a great concept. The centre caters provides service of men and women, the very young and those of mature years who are wanting to improve their health and well being. It is a venue where people can hold meetings or linger over coffee or a tasty vegetarian lunch in the cafe and all products are carefully sourced.
Not only does the centre offer opportunities in house but it also goes out into the local community, working in schools, within the local government offices where it provides a variety of experiences in situ.
It is a vibrant business but achieves a calm and welcoming atmosphere.