The Healthy Living Centre

 282-284 St Pauls Road,

London, N1 2LH

0207 704 6900 or 0207 354 1600


Andrew Chevallier


Therapies Practised: Medical Herbalist and Healer

Availability: Once a month: Tuesday: 8.30am - 6.15pm; Wednesday: 8.30am - 1.30pm

Prices: First appointment - usually 1 hour : £60

Follow-up appointment - half hour: £30

Herbal medicines around £7 - £10 per week.

After an initial consultation, a typical 3-month period of treatment would involve 3 follow-up appointments.


Qualifications: Andrew is a fellow and past-president of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists; and a member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy.   

Profile: Andrew Chevallier has been in practice as a medical herbalist since 1986. Over the years, he has treated people suffering from health problems of many kinds - from minor skin conditions to severe debilitating illness. He believes that best results come from working jointly with the patient and mapping out an agreed way forward. 

He worked for 5 years in an NHS-funded complementary health clinic offering free treatment to over-55s in east London.

He was a Senior Lecturer in Herbal Medicine at Middlesex University, London, (1994 - 2003) having helped to found its BSc (Hons) Herbal Medicine course, the first of its kind at a European university.

In 2000, Andrew trained as a spiritual healer and gives healing to patients when asked.


Messages from Andrew Chevallier. Please note that any opinions stated herein do not necessarily represent those of The Healthy Living Centre.

Herbal medicine is a key resource for those looking to treat illness and regain vitality using natural means. By working with body and mind (and perhaps soul too), major improvements in health become possible.

Herbal extracts make potent medicines. Though they can help in acute illness, they are most likely to prove helpful in treating chronic health problems. Herbal medicines are best seen as allies - they can help you walk the path back towards good health, but they cannot necessarily walk it for you.

Things such as a sound diet, adequate sleep and rest, exercise, relaxation and a positive attitude are the building blocks that lay the foundations for the return to
good health.

Attention to these areas of one’s life is an important part of the herbal approach to health. Herbal medicines can then be used to treat specific concerns or problems such as poor immune function, chronic inflammation, anxiety or digestive weakness.

With appropriate advice and an accurate choice of herbal extracts, this approach can produce rapid results where the person is basically healthy, though gradual, week on week, improvement is more common.

Further info: Contact Andrew through his website www.andrewchevallier.co.uk/index.html