The Muscle Clinic is based at Millfields Trust HQ Business Centre in Plymouth City Centre.

Room 20, Millfields Trust HQ Business Centre, 237 Union St, Plymouth PL1 3HQ


Useful Information

If you are driving from Plymouth city centre along Union Street, turn left immediately before Lidl (not Aldi!) and left again into the carpark of HQ Business Centre. HQ is the large grey building set back from the road. It is behind the brand new ‘Genesis’ building.

There is visitor parking along the front of the building. Enter the building via reception and sign in your car. There is a comfortable seating area and we will come down to greet you when it’s time for your appointment.

If you are arriving after 5pm or on a Saturday, there will be no-one on the desk, but please wait in the reception area, or by the door and we will come to meet you.

Room 20 Millfields Trust, HQ Business Centre, 237 Union St, Plymouth PL1 3HQ

Where to Park
There is free car parking and a bicycle lock-up for patients of The Muscle Clinic in the HQ Business Centre carpark at the front of the building.

Disabled Access
Disabled access is available, please let us know when you make your appointment if you require this.

Public Transport
There is a bus stop outside the HQ building.

Opening Times
Daytime and evening appointments are available, Tuesday – Saturday. Our usual appointment times are: 9.30am, 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm, 5.00pm, 6.30pm.


massage plymouth card payment

We usually take payment at the appointment and can accept major debit and credit cards, cash or a cheque. Cheques are to be made out to David or Charlotte McGuinness.

Please see our Shop page if you would like to pay via Paypal for your treatment in advance, purchase a block of treatments, or vouchers for a gift.

What to expect
The therapist will respect the patient’s modesty at all times. The patient is covered with towels, which are turned back to reveal only the area to be massaged.

Appointment Length
Appointment length is one hour from the agreed time. This includes consultation, treatment, and dressing.

Eating and drinking
It’s not advisable to eat a heavy meal or drink alcohol in the hours preceding the treatment. It is a good idea to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated after your treatment.

Patient Conduct
Inappropriate behaviour or remarks will not be tolerated.


British Forces Discount available for military personnel.

Discount available for NHS staff.