A patient-centred, boutique clinic specialising in Functional Medicine, Osteopathy, Nutritional Therapy and Yoga based in the heart of Solihull.

***NOW OPEN - Please call 01564 776923 for an appointment***

Welcome to Widney House Clinic

Our clinic is conveniently situated in Solihull, serving Birmingham, Warwickshire and outside areas via Zoom. We offer Osteopathy, Functional Medicine, Metabolic Balance and Yoga and Pilates Classes.

Passionate about the health, vitality and well-being of our clients across Birmingham and locally in Solihull and the surrounding area, we offer bespoke solutions to help clients achieve their goals while looking and feeling their absolute best.

Classes coming soon

We offer a range of Yoga and Pilates classes aimed at all levels of practice from beginner to advanced. We also offer specific classes aimed at those with injuries, such as back pain, along with 1:1 and Zoom.

FOLLOWING RECENT GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS WE HOPETO BE OPEN FOR CLASSES AS OF 17TH MAY.
ALL COVID-19 MEASURES IN PLACE

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How can we help you

Our private clinic in Solihull offers you a whole range of facilities to help maintain your health. We are conveniently located in Solihull and offer plenty of parking. From our Solihull clinic, our team utilise several different disciplines in order to help you find the best course of action for you. Our clinic is located in a discreet and private location, tucked away in the leafy countryside on the outskirts of Birmingham. Whether it’s your first time visiting us, or you’re a regular at our wellness centre, you can be assured of a relaxing and calming experience. Our team are highly proficient in their respective disciplines and are passionate about creating and delivering highly personalised and high-quality treatment and wellness plans that make sense for you, your lifestyle and your body.

Who do we work with?

At Widney House Clinic, we are open to clients of any age, gender, background or health level. Through a variety of scientifically-backed methods, we help our clients take back control of their health and make informed decisions that will benefit them both in the short and long-term.

There is so much information out there about how to live a healthy lifestyle, how to get fitter, how to lose weight fast, how to improve your metabolism, how to stay healthy as we get older - the list goes on and on! It can be incredibly confusing for even people experienced in the world of health and wellness, not to mention those of us who are looking at how to really improve our health for the first time. There are thousands of people offering diet, fitness and wellness plans online today, many of whom aren’t qualified to be doing so, and some of whom are actually spreading inaccurate and harmful information with their clients and followers.

At Widney House Clinic, we use proven techniques to help our clients make decisions that actually improve their health, and are tailored to their own bodies and needs. We do this through our metabolic balance programmes, osteopathy treatments and yoga and pilates classes promoting strength, flexibility and mindfulness. By targeting the whole body and incorporating dietary and lifestyle factors into our work, we can help clients from all walks of life achieve their goals, letting them enjoy their lives however they see fit.

Meet the team

Sarah Smith
Clinic Principal
Sarah graduated from The College of Osteopaths at Keele University in 2011. Since then she has completed post graduate training in medical acupuncture and cranial osteopathy. Further training in Nutritional Therapy at CNM Birmingham, and Functional Medicine having completed the full Advanced Practice Module Pathway with the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) in America.

Her real passion lies in the power of nutrition and lifestyle to change people’s health, working with chronic conditions, the immune system and women's health.
Julie Engsted
Yoga Instructor
Julie brings a wealth of experience with her having taught at many of the major gyms in the area for some 30 years. In more recent years Julie has stepped away from these large gyms, focusing more on individual clients with 1:1 teaching and small classes.

As a qualified Level 3 YMCA Diploma holder, she has also completed as Post Graduate 500 hour Sun Power Yoga teacher, along with pregnancy yoga and aqua yoga.

Julie also is a senior Sun Power Yoga Teacher and Assessor  for the YMCA Level 3 Diploma.
Edit Kiri
Massage Therapist
Edit is an accomplished massage therapist having carried out nearly 5000 massages in 12 years! Originating in Hungary, Edit started her career as part of a team in an Hungarian Hospital treating patients with stroke, trauma, neurological patients such as Multiple Sclerosis, following orthopaedic operations and amputees.

Her holistic approach is one of makes her an all-round excellent fit for the clinic.

Edit is experienced in treating all clients of different cultures and backgrounds.

Conditions we can help with


We incorporate many different goals into our programmes. Through our scientifically-backed functional medicine programmes, we can also:

  • Improve stress and digestive health.

  • Help combat hormone imbalances, targeting the symptoms of PCOS and endometriosis.

  • Manage symptoms of the menopause.

  • Balance vitamin levels and prevent vitamin deficiencies.

  • Promote manageable, effective and sustainable weight loss.

  • Help boost the immune system.

Functional medicine programmes can also be changed and adapted to your needs over time, making them a fantastic option for those looking to not just lose weight and improve their overall health, but to keep it that way in the long term.

Osteopathy, while well known in the mainstream media for treating back pain, can also be used to improve many different aspects of your musculoskeletal health, including:

  • Sports injury or running injuries

  • Joint care including the treatment of knee pain, shoulder pain and neck pain.

  • Pain related to arthritis.

Contrary to what you may have heard before Osteopathy is not classed as an “alternative medicine”, and instead is fully recognised by the government and NHS as an allied health profession, meaning it follows stringent regulations under the General Osteopathic Council. Other allied health professionals include paramedics, radiographers and physiotherapists to name a few. All osteopaths in the UK need to be fully registered with the COsC and compliant with their regulations in the same way doctors, nurses, midwives, opticians, dermatologists and other medical professionals do.

We also offer regular small group yoga and pilates classes as well as 1:1 classes alongside our clinical services, to support our clients and help them enhance both their physical and mental health. Yoga and Pilates can help improve strength and flexibility, ease of movement and give clients opportunities to relax, meditate and take charge of their mental health.

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