Approximately two hundred people attended the opening of the centre where a blessing was performed by interfaith minister Valerie Coburn to celebrate the centre becoming a focal place for all those interested in health, wellbeing and complimentary therapy.
The centre has a well stocked health food store catering for special diets and healthy foods in addition to providing a wide range of crystals. A variety of classes, workshops and Royal Society for Public Health accredited courses and fitness programmes will be available featuring tai chi, yoga and pilates. NutriTrain will be open six days a week including evenings.
Claire Whiles centre director says “I am delighted to have a wonderful team on board at the centre offering many therapies including massage, psychic readings, counselling, crystal healing and my nutritional therapy consultations and allergy testing”
Within one week of the centre openning Claire was back in the spotlight at The Best of Weymouth and Portland Business Awards presentation which took place at the Moonfleet Manor Hotel. In fact double Olympic medal winner Sarah Ayton OBE made two presentations to the complementary health practitioner.
The first award recognised NutriTrain Southwest as one of the best Recommended Businesses from across the borough; the second presentation was to honour Claire’s success in winning the category of Best Health and Beauty Business 2009 in which NutriTrain had been voted for by the public defeating seven other nominees.