Acupuncture

Acupuncture can help promote physical and emotional harmony by maintaining the body’s equilibrium. Acupuncture uses very fine needles in specific body points to access ‘meridians’ (body energy lines) to regulate the body’s vital energy – Qi. For a number of lifestyle and environmental reasons Qi can become disturbed, depleted or blocked which can result in symptoms of pain and illness.

The needles act on particular organs to help enhance the natural healing of the body by removing blockages and allowing free energetic flow. The needles are very fine so there is no (or hardly any) pain. They are single-use, sterile, and disposable.fb_img_1474029167975

Acupuncture uses the body’s pulse and the tongue as its methods of diagnosis.

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine together comprise a complete holistic approach that can be used to diagnose and improve most conditions. This ancient medical system focuses on the overall health of the individual rather than the treatment of a specific disease, with sessions being tailored towards a patient’s detailed history and how the condition they have been diagnosed with is manifesting from a traditional Chinese medical perspective.

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Cost:

  • First session lasts 60 mins and cost £75
  • Follow-up sessions last 45 mins and costs £60
  • A block of 4 pre-paid follow-up sessions costs £220

Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture is also known as cosmetic acupuncture and facial rejuvenation. It is for people who want to look their best naturally without Botox or fillers. With facial revitalisation acupuncture, it is not just the face that is targeted but the entire body. All sessions last 90 minutes and include a 30 minutes face / scalp / neck massage at the end. Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, it can make a real difference!
Cost:

  • A session lasts 90 mins and costs £120
  • A course of 6 sessions costs £660
  • A course of 10 sessions costs £1,080