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Health Club Management
2018 issue 6

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Leisure Management - Louise Parker

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Louise Parker


Founder, The Louise Parker Method

Louise Parker
The Wellness Clinic at Harrods will offer high-end treatments and workouts
Louise Parker has built a lifestyle fitness and nutrition business and is the author of Lean for Life

Louise Parker, known for her six-week programme The Louise Parker Method, will deliver key elements of programming at the new Wellness Clinic in Harrods which opened at the end of May. Parker will be responsible for fitness and nutritional advice, along with her team of dieticians and fitness experts.

The new 10,500sq ft (975sq m) clinic is on the fourth floor of the Knightsbridge store and offers a wide range of specialist health and wellness services.

It has two personal training studios designed for one-to-one training, a private consultation room, photography studio featuring a Vecra 3D Scanner System, private showers, a relaxation room and 14 treatment rooms.

Full body workouts will be on offer with four people per class.

The space includes intravenous vitamin infusions from The Elixir Clinic, a full-body cryotherapy chamber and weekly clinics with chiropractor and posture specialist Dr Ben Carraway and acupuncturist Ross Barr.

Harrods has partnered with the PHI Clinic, which will offer aesthetic treatments for the face and body, ranging from injectable procedures to facial rejuvenation and body contouring.

The Wellness Clinic has an exclusive partnership with personalised skincare service Gen Identity, whose treatments involve a medical consultation, DNA test and a course of targeted skincare products.

Alongside the permanent treatment menu, the clinic will host a series of guest practitioners from local and international practices, including New York Dermatology Group.

Dr Barbara Sturm will travel to London each quarter to offer Platelet-Rich Plasma treatments and MC1 Cream, a customised product that uses protein extracted from the client’s own blood.

Parker has also developed a new two-week programme called Revive, which will integrate an array of treatments including four 90 minute personal training sessions, cryotherapy, a fitness VitaDrip infusion, an Oligoscan to determine mineral levels and oxidative stress, an osteopathic and physiotherapy consultation and dietary coaching.


Originally published in Health Club Management 2018 issue 6

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