Heather practices Japanese, Five Element, Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (TCM) Acupuncture. She is also qualified in the very gentle “touch needle” Toyohari style of Japanese acupuncture. She has a broad knowledge of conventional Western medicine.
She is part of the faculty at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading where she teaches practical acupuncture skills.
She treats men and women for both chronic illnesses, acute conditions including pain management, supporting them to prevent further illness and get their life on track.
She and also helps women through the stages of fertility, pregnancy, labour, post-natal care and menopause.
She has studied and practiced meditation for over 20 years, and has a particular interest in mental and emotional issues, including trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and depression.
She is approved by Anxiety UK to treat anxiety. If you would like to take take up this offer please contact her.
She creates a safe therapeutic environment for her patients. Her approach emphasises the whole person as well as the reduction of pain and other symptoms of illness.
This approach can bring about profound emotional change and wellbeing.
She helps people solve both the causes and the effects of illness. Getting to the root of the condition helps to achieve long term health improvements, enabling the body and mind to truly repair and re-balance.
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Heather trained at the internationally renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading, U.K. She studied acupuncture and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) gaining a BSc(Hons) and Licentiate of Acupuncture (LicAc). Her training also included biomedical sciences, tui na, gua-sha and qi gong.
She is a fully qualified, professionally trained acupuncturist and member of the British Acupuncture Council with full professional insurance.
Postgraduate Studies include:
The treatment of Trauma and PTSD Fertility and Pregnancy Advanced Needle Technique (for painless and effective treatment) Japanese Acupuncture: Methods and Practice NADA protocol (used for treating addiction and trauma) Advanced Moxibustion
She continues to do postgraduate studies related to her practice.
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