You should be vibrant & resilient
Your body is designed to feel fantastic.
Your wellbeing may have been knocked off balance by stress or overwork, injuries or illness, trauma or life experiences, or inbuilt constitutional challenges.
Acupuncture aims to bring you back to balance.
And Chinese medicine is concerned with your ben as well as your biao, the roots as well as the symptoms of your current state of health.
Five Elements & TCM
Jessica will diagnose and treat you using the frameworks of both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which looks at how you are, and Five Element Acupuncture, which looks more at who you are, from a constitutional perspective.
Jessica’s latest articles
I really feel for people who have a problem that is very visible to others – a problem affecting the face, or ability to walk, or something else that can feel like it’s on display to other full time. Problems with the vocal cords are another one of these – every time you try and … Continue reading “Acupuncture for vocal cord problems”
Traditional Chinese bloodletting seems to be having a bit of a rennaissance. Say what now? I hear you asking… yup, it definitely sounds a bit odd! When I first studied acupuncture, it was mentioned in our textbooks and our classes, but we didn’t get any practical teaching. Traditional Chinese bloodletting Since 2014 though, two master … Continue reading “Bloodletting & leeches? Old fashioned treatments are more in fashion than you might think…”
Being a middle aged woman myself, and experiencing the challenges of the perimenopause, I have plenty of sympathy for everyone going through this phase of our lives! And I love that there’s a much more open discussion going on about how this powerful transition can affect us. Often the focus is on physical symptoms that … Continue reading “Acupuncture for perimenopausal depression”
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