Coming from a nursing background,I am a Licensed Naturopath-Acupuncturist qualified from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Bristol where I have studied for four years. During this studies I have enjoyed learning with dedication the complexity of Chinese Medicine theory and practiced acupuncture and all the other techniques of Chinese Medicine (cupping, moxibustion, electro, massage) within the college clinic and also within a multibed clinic in London.
Yoga & Acupuncture
A yoga practice that includes breath work where you’ll experience some of the effects it can have. Consideration of svadisthana or sacral chakra, connecting to water element and energy, the basic issues concerned with this chakra, and addressing imbalances to promote balance.
Acupuncture focuses on re-balancing your kidney energies with a few needles on kidney channels and ‘extraordinary channels’ as per Chinese Medicine tradition. You can expect the strengthening and warming help of Moxibustion herbs in a relaxing environment. The kidneys should strengthen to cope with cold and damp, nourishing the yin to enable the yang to strive.
In January 2020, Simon WIlliamson (a friend acupuncturist with whom I have studied in Bristol CHinese Medicine) and Myself went to visit and volunteer in this wonderful Acupuncture Charity in the village of Datum, West Bengal, India.
Link for the Charity Facebook Page
For 3 weeks, we have treated 20-30 people everyday along with Dada the local acupuncturist who put up this charity with an Australian acupuncturist Thomas Connor. In West Bengal India, people rush to this place because is:
- Very effective
- Indian government don’t provide healthcare to citizens people if they pay taxes
People come to be treated straight after a stroke, an accident, or any ailment.