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Acupuncture/Meridian Massage

Initial Consultation: 1 Hour - £60.00

Follow – Up Consultations 1 Hour - £55.00

24hr cancellation Procedure:

Cancellations made 24 hours or more in advance of the appointment time can be re-booked free of charge.

Missed appointments or cancellations within 24 hours of the appointment time will be charged at the full treatment rate.

Wing Chun & Qi Gong Sessions:

First Session: Free

Continued Training: £15.00 per session

To be in line with current guidelines please phone to make an appointment. Click on the Make an appointment button or the Contact Me tab for contact details.

The Treatment Process for Acupuncture/Meridian Massage:


These are important points people need to understand when going for therapy sessions.


  • Chronic (Long Term) problems will generally need more sessions

  • Chronic problems due to repetitive strain injury will probably need ongoing treatment especially if the patient returns to work/hobby, re-aggravating the problem area.

    • Like a stone in your shoe! The discomfort goes away once the stone has been removed.

  • Structural Problems

    • If the structure is too compromised then treatment may improve symptoms, however it may not be able to fully rectify the situation.

    • Sessions need to be close together to gain a cumulative effect.

    • The further apart sessions are the less cumulative effect will be obtained; therefore, continued therapy may be needed.

  • Each treatment will be customised to the individual.

  • Treatment may need to be re-evaluated and changed if necessary.



  • Needs to fully participate! Therapy is a two-way process, with the therapist giving the treatment and the patient receiving, when this is done openly by both participants things seem to move forward more productively.

  • Needs to make time to incorporate treatments into their schedule, rushing and cramming a session although all to normal, into a busy life, doesn’t necessarily help a situation and my course more stress!


Have you looked at frequently asked Questions on the British Acupuncture Council Website?

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