Lavender on the Hill, a wellbeing and holistic therapy centre, recently launched its fourth branch located in Canary Wharf.
The wellbeing centre first started in Highgate in 2018, quickly growing and opening other branches in Primrose in 2019, and after Covid restrictions were lifted, Marylebone in 2021.
After four years and nearly 600 positive Google reviews, Lavender on the Hill announced the opening of its Canary Wharf branch in the waterside building by Jubilee Place on Admirals Way.
The well-being centre offers a variety of treatments, including sports and medical massage as well as osteopathy and physiotherapy treatments. Clients can also enjoy relaxing facials, pregnancy treatments, Indian head massages, and manual lymphatic drainage.
Bee Kwan, Founder and Managing Director of Lavender on the Hill, set up the business after leaving her job in investment banking.
She wanted to create a space for clients to feel welcomed and relaxed and a community within her wellbeing centres.
Bee, who is also a mother of a young child, said: “I am so pleased with the fast expansion of our business, which I believe is down to the inclusivity aspect as everybody is welcomed at Lavender on the Hill and we encourage a kind, caring and supportive atmosphere that our clients find instantly as soon as they walk in.
“We employ a diverse workforce with highly qualified and skilled therapists so that we can offer that very best service – including a staff member who recently came to the UK from Ukraine.
“Our well-being place acts as part of the community and we work to help our clients whether they want to feel more relaxed or require more specialist treatments.”
Featured image credit: Bee Kwan