The London Acupuncturist in Camberwell

 and Shoreditch


My experience in complementary health care has given me the opportunity to work with many high profile organisations and charities. In my 22 years of practice, I have worked with the Complementary Health Trust, providing complementary therapies at various hospitals, hospices and clinics in and around central London. Most of this time I spent working alongside patients with cancer and HIV. For a number of years, I was a therapist at London Lighthouse, now part of the Terence Higgins Trust in West London. I have also worked for a number of 5 star Spa's, The Mandarin Oriental, Knightsbridge and The Dorchester, Park Lane. I have provided complementary therapy support for the Brit Awards Crew in the lead up to the awards ceremony.


In 2007 I set up my practice in Central London offering treatment for stress-related illness, pain, fertility and IVF support. I continue to work at the Crescent Support Group in St Albans and the YMCA in Central London, I provide an acupuncture support clinic for both organisations.


I have a keen interest in how acupuncture can help with stress-related illness in the workplace and the integration of acupuncture for the treatment of infertility. I continue to attend regular workshops and courses to keep me updated on current trends in complementary health care. I had the honour of training with Dr Richard Te-Fu Tan in his Balance Method style of acupuncture. This style of acupuncture has dramatic results in cases of pain.


Dr Tan's Balance Method Acupuncture


University College of Osteopathy

The Treatment Of Infertility - Jane Lyttleton


The Royal College of Physicians

Bachelor of Science - BS

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

2003 – 2007

Portsmouth University

Certified Holistic Medical Massage Techniques


Jing Advanced Massage Training

NADA Protocol Auricular Acupuncture 

Certified Auricular Acupuncturist


Diploma in Aromatherapy and Bodywork

Swedish massage, acupressure, aromatherapy and traditional Chinese medicine diagnostics

1992 – 1994