Hyntle Barn Clinic
A health and wellness clinic with ample parking right outside the door, located in the village of Hintlesham in Suffolk. We are 10 minutes from the towns of Hadleigh and Ipswich. From the tranquil environment of our timber-framed barn, our team deliver a wide range of services, such as osteopathy, podiatry, massage, pilates, yoga, wim hof method and many more, all focused on helping your body to keep up with your life.
AddressHyntle Barn Clinic,
Hill Farm, Silver Hill,
Saturday and later evening hours are available by special appointment.
Services offered at Hyntle Barn Clinic
Our osteopaths specialise in your physical health, movement, body structure and function. We assess your body as a whole to identify and treat the root cause of an issue and work with your body’s natural propensity to heal itself.Read more
Acupuncture offers a treatment that can help manage and relieve pain, boost energy, relax and rejuvenate, helping you become more resistant to the everyday stresses and pressures of life.Read more
Pilates is an exercise that can fit into anyone’s life, manage your base level of fitness and deliver great results. From our Hyntle Barn studio we offer a classical approach to mat based Pilates that can be used along every step of our patient journey - rehabilitation, regeneration and relaxation.Read more
We provide a range of massage treatments as regenerative and injury prevention treatments. Massage has many physical, emotional and metal health benefits, so whether you are finding yourself stressed or in pain, massage can help to improve your wellbeing.Read more
Podiatry involves the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions related to the foot, ankle, lower limb, and its associated structures. The focus of our work centers around the function of the foot and how it adapts when you move. Podiatry encompasses both conservative care for existing complaints, and corrective management for acute and chronic conditions.Read more
It is recommended that we all have at the very least an annual ear check-up, especially if we use air pods, wear headphones, have a hearing aid or work in particularly dusty environments. Ear irrigation and Hopi ear candle therapy are both options for the safe removal of ear wax and help to maintain the health of the ear.Read more
Amy has a very holistic approach to aesthetics. She strives to bridge the gap between how we look and how we feel which sits alongside our cornerstones of using a regenerative and relaxing approach. Underpinning her practice is the training and experience she has as a nurse, she harnesses this knowledge to balance her treatments between beauty and science.Read more
Wim Hof Method
The Wim Hof Method, backed by research and science, is a method to reconnect our body with its natural ability to heal, adapt and survive. Its pillars are available to all: breathwork, cold therapy, and commitment.Read more
Vitamin Infusions & Injections
We have all become more aware of the importance of keeping our immune system in check and we are all more acutely conscious of our internal health. Using IV and injections it is possible to deliver the body a targeted wellness hit that is specifically targeted to your individual needs. Think energy boost, antioxidant boost, hangover cure, skin radiance, anti-ageing, exercise recovery and stress-busting drips, available for you to call on when your body needs it.Read more
The term yoga denotes the physical, mental and awakening practice that is thousands of years old. It is a practice that aims to put your body in its best place of flow state, by connecting your physical movements seamlessly with your breath. Watch a baby or a young child and you will realise you have been doing yoga moves all your life.Read more
Red Light Therapy
Red light therapy is a completely natural and non-invasive treatment that heals the body on a cellular level. It is a natural and safe way to boost energy, speed up healing, lower inflammation, increase circulation and improve skin health. It supports the body’s ability to optimise its health and wellness by encouraging the body to heal itself.Read more
Meet the Team
How to find us
Approaching from Ipswich
Once you enter the village of Hintlesham you will see the entrance to Birch Farm on the left and around 50m beyond that, on the right is a brick building and flint wall, framing the entrance to Hyntle Barn Clinic. You will see a sign for Hill Farm.
Approaching from Hadleigh
Travel through the village, past the primary school. The road dips down and up in an ‘s’ shape and at the top of the hill is a brick building and flint wall which are framing the entrance to Hyntle Barn Clinic. You will see a sign for Hill Farm.
Livelong Hyntle Barn Ltd. registered in England & Wales with registration number
146 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0AW