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Other Services

Every person that comes into clinic is given their own personalised treatment. ​We have a range of modalities we can adopt, and these are chosen based on the treatment plan that has been created for the individual at the first consultation. Acupuncture can be even more effective when combined with other therapies, and the patient often enjoys the therapeutic benefits of simultaneous techniques.

Neck Massage

Sport & remedial massage

Alongside deep tissue massage techniques, manipulation of soft tissues is used to break down fibrous tissue and adhesions to relieve tension and treat pain. It also involves strength and mobility exercises, joint mobilisations and assisted stretches. 


Netta is a qualified level 3 Sport Massage Therapist and is currently training towards the advanced BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Clinical Sport and Remedial massage. 



Tui Na is an effective and functional massage therapy based on the ancient principles of Chinese medicine. Netta often uses it alongside acupuncture treatments to enhance treatments, by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation in the body. 


Netta is a fully qualified Tui Na practitioner.

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Abdominal-Sacral massage is a deeply nurturing and effective treatment that focuses on your abdomen and lower back.  It helps to alleviate congestion, manage misalignment and strengthen surrounding muscles and ligaments.  This results in better organ function whilst improving blood, nerve and lymph flow.  As circulation increases, it further helps eliminate unwanted toxins and excess hormones.  There are numerous benefits to having Abdominal-Sacral massage, most notably in reproductive and digestive health.


Netta is a fully qualified Abdominal-Sacral Therapist.

Cupping Treatment


Gua Sha is a friction-based technique using a tool that is pulled across the surface of the skin. It helps to stimulate microcirculation and blood flow, promoting the body’s anti-inflammatory response. Gua sha can also be a diagnostic aid, providing a better understanding of where inflammation is in the body and the soft tissue affected. Patients love gua sha and the results, which are often instantaneous.

Cupping works in a similar way, using suction to create a vacuum in the body. As a result, it increases blood flow and reduces inflammation in certain areas of the body.




Moxa or Mugwort is a herb used to warm the acupuncture points to create a more dynamic and nourishing treatment. It can be used in treatments where there is pain or to support the patient’s energy, digestive or menstrual health. 

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Electro-acupuncture uses electricity to stimulate the needles. By activating sympathetic nerve fibres, it can help reduce inflammation and pain in the body. It is widely used for neurological conditions in China.



Facial acupuncture is becoming more and more popular as people recognise the benefits. We not only address the appearance of the face but also treat the underlying issues that might be affecting it, such as problems with sleep or digestion. Changes in the complexion can often be visible immediately, but we advise a course of treatments for lasting results. Facial acupuncture typically lasts 90 minutes and we combine needles with Gua Sha, Cupping, LED light therapy and facial massage.

Facial acupuncture works at three levels:

  1. At the circulation level, increasing Qi and Blood and bringing oxygen and nutrients to the surface. Lymphatic drainage then improves which helps to relieve congestion or swelling in the face.

  2. At the skin level, stimulating collagen and elastin production and helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  3. At the muscle level, toning and lifting facial muscles to contour the face. Working on tight muscles in the face also helps to relieve tension.


Netta has undergone further training in facial acupuncture to ensure she is at the forefront of this ever-growing treatment approach.

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