A statement on the Dumfries House website says: “The building will comprise one large room, which will be used for group yoga or meditation sessions, with six smaller rooms that can be used as treatment rooms for individual therapies.
"With energy-efficient underfloor heating throughout the center, the construction is designed to create a sense of warmth and encourage relaxation, putting patients at ease, in addition to providing much-needed space for the program’s practicing therapists.”
Dumfries House's Health and Wellbeing Coordinator, Carolyn Paton, says: “It is exciting when you see the connection patients make with a therapy and they get a real buzz from it, making them feel better and wanting to try more.”
The Prince Of Wales has previously faced criticism in the past for his support for complementary health therapies.
For 11 years, Dumfries House has been run as a tourist attraction and community centre, but the Prince has also used it to promote some of his utopian ideas, such as championing traditional crafts.