Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture – for a wide range of conditions
Battlefield Acupuncture – used for pain relief
Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture – a combination of body and facial acupuncture with facial massage using natural, nutrient rich facial products
Moxa – a warming herb used alongside acupuncture to bring heat to specific areas – useful for pain/injuries and for tonifying the system
Suction cupping – used along with massage or acupuncture to help release muscle tension and to energise
Electroacupuncture – most often used for injuries where it stimulates the action of the needles
Face reading – lines/markings/discolouration etc reveal much about our health and personality
Coming soon ………. Japanese acupuncture – this type of acupuncture is suitable for those who may be less keen on Chinese acupuncture as needling is more superficial.
I am a Traditional Chinese Medicine & Five Element acupuncturist and trained at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading. Member of the British Acupuncture Council.