In The Nucleus of Central London
58 South Molton Street was founded by psychotherapist Noam Sagi and marketing expert Michal Cohen-Sagi to provide a wellbeing-led environment that combines the highest standards of professionalism with a nurturing, inviting atmosphere in truly elegant surroundings.
With a proven track-record of success after running The Kingyo Therapy Suites in Paddington from 2007-12, 58 South Molton Street is the next phase of their vision to create an outstanding centre in a highly desirable Central London location dedicated entirely to wellbeing.
Dedicated to Health and Wellbeing
At 58 South Molton Street, established wellbeing businesses, therapists and practitioners can lease a therapy room and enjoy the advantages of self-branded, fully-serviced clinics in an amazing location, while smaller businesses can rent therapy rooms for shorter periods of time.
Our dedicated reception team are front of house professionals who greet clients and patients with warmth, care and attention. Our spacious and stylish treatment rooms can be used on both short and long term hire and are ideal therapy rooms or counselling rooms just a stone’s throw from the hustle of Oxford Street and Bond Street.
Noam Sagi: Owner, Founder and Clinical Director
Noam is an established Humanistic, Integrative Psychotherapist who trained at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy. He is a member of the CABP and a UKCP registered Psychotherapist. Noam has over 10 years of experience and is known for his incisive work in the field of personal development.
In his former life, Noam was a VP for marketing at MSN and he has used his people management skills to create an unrivalled network of complementary therapists. As well as occupying the Clinical Director post at 58 South Molton Street, Noam runs his own practice, , Noam Sagi & Associates.
Michal Cohen-Sagi: Owner, Founder and Managing Director
Michal Cohen-Sagi spent 16 years working for leading international corporate companies travelling the world, eating sporadically and unhealthily until the effects started to take their toll on her health. What ensued was a voyage of self-discovery as Michal looked to regain a positive state via the path of natural medicine and alternative therapies.
This “reset” of her mind and body was paramount in her decision to open 58 South Molton St with Noam, her husband and business partner. Michal is also the founder and creator of the 58 Lifestyle [link] brand of natural, sustainably sourced home scent, bath, bodycare and soy candles.