It is located at Crescent, London.
ABOUT THIS CLINIC:
It is opened by H.R.H - The Prince of Wales in 1988 the prestigious clinic attracts patients from all over the world. Alongside providing a vast array of complimentary therapies and being host to the Ayurvedic Medical centre, the Hale Clinic is also the countries foremost and pioneering centre for Ayurveda and Panchakarma in the UK, providing treatments by qualified and licensed practitioners and technicians.
The treatments offered by this clinic are; Abhyanga oil massage, Svedana herbal steam treatment, Herbal steam inhalation, Shirodhara, Greeva basti, Kati basti, Chakra basti, Hrid basti, Shiro basti, Pada abhyanga lower leg treatment, Pinda sveda rice bag compressions and Netra tarpanam eye treatment.
Through over 35 years of practice, Dr Godagama has acquired immense knowledge, experience and expertise in Ayurveda. The result of his vision and ambitions towards enhancing the recognition of Ayurveda in the West has been immeasurable.
After practicing Ayurveda and conventional Western medicine in Sri Lanka, Dr Godagama was invited to the UK by Dr Sidney Rose-Neil, founder chairman of the British Acupuncture Association, in 1979 to consult at the well-known residential Tyringham Naturopathic Clinic in Buckinghamshire.
He trained in Ayurveda for 6 years at the Colombo Government faculty together with Western medicine. After spending a post-graduate internship learning Panchakarma, Ayurveda’s detoxification therapy, he then joined a private practice in Sri Lanka, based entirely on conventional Western medicine where he remained for seven years.
At Tyringham, Dr Godagama was appointed as Director of Therapies by Sir Maurice Laing, Chairman of the Tyringham Foundation. His work was later recognised and honoured by Her Majesty the Queen by invitation to the Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
In 1987 Dr Godagama was awarded the Dag Hammarskjold Award for Alternative Medicine by Medicine Alternative. In 1988 he joined the prestigious Hale Clinic, opened by H.R.H The Prince of Wales, in central London and since then has travelled extensively presenting and lecturing at world conferences on complementary medicine and has also appeared on British television.
In 1996 Dr Godagama founded the Ayurvedic Medical Association (UK) and is the director of the Ayurvedic Medical Centre and Panchakarma Clinic at the Hale Clinic, London. Dr Godagama has witnessed the phenomenal growth of alternative medicine in the UK and has recognized the potential of Ayurveda, a philosophy of healing which once lay dormant but is now one of the fastest growing treatment modalities in the West.
All therapists and technicians are fully qualified, insured and regulated by the Ayurvedic Medical Association.