Acupuncture, Chinese Dietary Therapy, Gua Sha, and Moxibustion
After studying acupuncture at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture I began treating clients in 2000 and started work at Neals Yard Bath when it first opened in 2002. In addition I have worked in Hangzhou hospital in China and have built up specialist knowledge with many further trainings on acupuncture and fertility (with Zita West and Jane Lyttleton), pregnancy, all physical and emotional aspects of the menstrual cycle, menopause, and on supporting clients with cancer. I spend a lot of time researching and reflecting on how to reach good health and peace of mind and this strongly informs my clinical practice and treating stress and depression.
Acupuncture is a wonderfully gentle but powerful therapy which regulates body and mind back into a place of balance and ease of flow from which we can create the life we want.
Working with all aspects of physical and emotional health.
Most of my clients are women and I often work with the physical and emotional aspects of the menstrual cycle as well as the transitions times in a womans life: young women beginning their cycle, preparing for conception, pregnancy and childbirth and the changes that take place in the years of perimenopause. and post menopause.
I also use acupuncture to support clients living through challenging processes such as life threatening illness, chronic pain, traumatic shock, relationship breakdown, mental illness, terminal illness and losing loved ones.
I really enjoy my work and am always happy to talk on the phone or through email to anyone considering treatment, leave a message with Neal’s Yard and I will contact you.
Licentiate in Acupuncture (2000)
Member British Acupuncture Council
Days at Neal’s Yard
Monday 9.30 – 1.30
Friday 9.30 – 1.30
Book an appointment
Call us to book – 01225 466 944