The European School of Osteopathy is a high profile institution that is recognised throughout the world-wide osteopathic community as a centre of osteopathic excellence. The School operates from two sites:
The academic site at Boxley, a beautiful 17th century country manor house, is where the majority of lectures take place: It is set in 17 acres of parkland in an area of outstanding natural beauty, providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere conducive to study.
There are 5 teaching rooms, equipped with modern adjustable couches for use in practical classes, with one room that is used for theory lectures only. All classrooms are equipped with a range of teaching resources, including ceiling mounted projection and audio units to aid the teaching environment. Boxley houses the School’s well equipped modern library.
A canteen and dining area is provided within Boxley House. The canteen offers freshly prepared food on a daily basis, with a vegetarian option always provided; the canteen is subsidised by the School so meals are available at affordable prices. Fridges and microwaves are provided for student use. In the summer students can eat outside on the large patio, where they can enjoy the pleasant surroundings.
Student common areas provide space to relax and socialise, with equipment available for table tennis, pool and table football plus a darts board and large flat screen TV. Treatment couches are available for student use outside of timetabled lectures. During the summer months students take advantage of the spacious grounds to play volleyball, football and other sporting activities – there is also indoor and outdoor gym equipment for student use. Some students prefer to use their lunch breaks for running and the public footpaths that cross the property are ideal for this. Of course, most prefer just to stroll through the grounds or relax in the shade of one of the numerous trees. There is a riding school located within 10 minutes’ walk from the School, with plenty of bridle paths for the more experienced rider. Shower facilities and lockers are available for student use.
There is a large, free car park, sufficient for all students and staff parking, along with cycle racks.
Osteopathic teaching clinic
The busy teaching clinic is located close to Maidstone town centre, to ensure maximum convenience for our patients. Third and fourth year students work in the Clinic each weekday for daytime and evening appointments. providing over 20,000 treatments a year to the local community. The Clinic houses 21 treatment rooms, 13 of which are downstairs; 4 of these treatment rooms are extra large, providing easy access for disabled or mobility impaired patients, and a hoist is available if needed. We have a large free car park for patient use. The Clinic also has two large classrooms and a student common room where students may relax or study.
You can now take a look inside the ESO Clinic via Google maps.