Footopia emerged as the first clinic to launch medical and cosmetic treatments under one roof, a formula well received by the public and press alike. Treatments such as foot facials (footcials) were researched and developed and successfully introduced in to the market and became long standing and popular.
Set up in 2003 as a concession within Peter Jones as part of their refurbishment programme, Footopia quickly became an important part of the fabric of Chelsea’s service providers, establishing a formidable reputation for efficiency and excellence. It has attracted a loyal, returning client base locally, UK-wide and internationally.
Following 9 years of successful operation, Footopia is stepping out to a newer and larger location, offering a wider range of services and an eclectic range of products.
Dipesh attended the prestigious Chelsea School of Chiropody, part of the University of Westminster and graduated with an honours degree in Podiatric Medicine in 1994. After working in the NHS, and then as Regional Clinical Manager for Scholl, he joined Robyn Opie in 2003 to form Footopia within the prestigious Peter Jones in Chelsea. Here his ambition was to combine his clinical expertise and business acumen to develop Footopia into a highly successful Podiatry practice.
Today, Dipesh has a very loyal following and waiting lists to see him are the norm. He is often quoted in the national press, has appeared on national television and according to the Daily Mail “is one of London’s five best Podiatrists.
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Born and educated in New Zealand, Robyn spent her working life in Melbourne, Australia opening a high end fine jewellery business, and then moving to Qantas Airways as Marketing Director of Operations. Since 1992, Robyn has been in London when she set up and operated UK’s first specialist hand and foot treatment salon, the Chelsea Nail Studio based in South Kensington.
Working on almost every film produced in London including Notting Hill, Elizabeth and Entrapment, to name but a few, photo-shoots were a regular occurrence. By invitation from Peter Jones in 2003 as part of their “new look” refurbishment programme, Robyn established Footopia with Dipesh Raja.
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