Acupuncture is the practice of inserting and manipulating fine needles into various points on the body to relieve pain and treat a broad range of conditions. The World Health Organization (WHO) considers acupuncture to have been proven to many conditions including knee pain, back pain, depression, nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, and headaches.

Some people come to acupuncture as their first choice of health care while others find it beneficial alongside conventional medicine treatments and different treatments. Having gained increasing popularity in the West over the last three decades, many clinical trials, along with the experience of millions of patients, have validated acupuncture as safe, effective and a natural form of health care. 

Being a holistic medicine, Acupuncture aims to treat the whole person rather than just the disease and attempts to work with the cause of the problem as well as the symptoms. The needles used are single-use, sterile, and disposable.




Tui na is a unique form of Chinese medical massage, which uses various massage techniques and places pressure on relevant acupoints in order to regulate physiological functions, promote blood circulation, loosen up muscles and relieve pain.  It differs from other forms of massage because is used to treat specific illness of an internal nature as well as musculoskeletal ailments.

Tui na treatment is applied over loose clothing or directly onto the skin if an external oil is to be applied. Tui na is an appropriate alternative to needle based acupuncture.





Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture is a highly effective, holistic and safe approach to reduce the signs of ageing.

The procedure involves the insertion of fine needles in specific locations to help facial muscles to regain elasticity and tone. The procedure combines the use of Red Light Therapy (RTL) and specialized microcurrent treatment. The benefits of this procedure include:

  • Promotion of skin rejuvenation via increased facial blood circulation.

  • Improvement in muscle tone and skin elasticity.

  • Stimulation of collagen production, which plumps up the skin.

  • Helps with the reduction of fine lines, puffiness, bags and dark circles under the eyes.

  • Brightening of the skin to produce a glow.

  • Regulation and balance of hormones to treat dry and oily skin.

For maximum benefit and results after the needles are removed, a cupping facial massage with a blend of organic essential oils is performed. A course of 10 sessions is recommended but not everyone is a suitable candidate for Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture. A free no obligation pre-assessment can be arranged by phone.


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