Have you ever felt desperate or confused and not known where to turn or what help to ask for?

Here at Cheshire Wellness Centre, we’re a wellness centre with a difference. We endeavour to provide a place that’s safe, where people can go when it gets too much.

Our approach to helping You

When it comes to mental health, we know there’s no quick fix or one-size-fits-all solution; everyone’s journey is unique, every day is different. That’s why our holistic approach is focused on overall wellbeing, rather than just traditional counselling. Our range of activities includes nutritional therapy, mindfulness, life coaching, clinical hypnotherapy and holistic reflexology, as well as counselling. We also offer wellness walks, reiki, sound baths, boxing workshops and yoga classes, all of which are delivered in our tranquil setting, in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.

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Are you struggling with any of the following?








Mental Health



Complex Relationships

Nutritional Advice

Child Therapy



The Cheshire Wellness Centre story

Bob Baker at CWC building

Creating a safe space

The centre was launched in April 2021 by Bob Baker, after a difficult period in his personal life led to a stay in residential rehab for the treatment of anxiety, depression and addiction.

Having successfully regained control of his life, Bob wanted to use his own personal experience to help others. He knows just how difficult the process can be and is painfully aware of the gaps in support. He quickly realised that there are places you can go for counselling and help with mental health, but nowhere you can go on your whole journey.

He was keen to address the acutely uncomfortable feeling of ill health that comes from attending therapy appointments in a conventional, medical setting and wanted to create a warm, friendly and inclusive atmosphere in a beautiful space, which would go beyond counselling and do more to address overall wellbeing.

Support comes in many guises, and everyone has different needs at different times, so it made sense to offer everything under one roof. Sometimes, when you’re struggling with poor mental health, you can feel like an outsider, and joining for a walk or another activity can be the first step in beginning your journey to wellness.

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Read what people we helped say

Mental health matters

Mental health can affect anyone, at any time. It’s okay not be to okay and to ask for help but it must come from the person who is suffering.

Our aim is continue adding new services and therapies so that as people’s needs change, we can help the individual rather than just treating part of the condition.

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