Infographic of Sinew Channel Protocol

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I recently attended Ann Cecil-Sterman’s weekend workshop on the sinew channels and it has had a wonderful impact on my practice. She has created clinic-friendly protocols based on the teachings of Master Jeffrey Yuen, 88th generation Daoist priest from the Jade Purity School, Lao Tzu sect and key figure in the field of Classical Chinese Medicine.

I have created an infographic of Cecil-Sterman’s sinew protocol as a reminder. I am sharing this with the intention of helping other students of Jeffrey Yuen and Ann Cecil-Sterman consolidate their study of the sinew channels. If you are unfamiliar with their teachings of the sinew channels I can heartily recommend, as an introduction, Ann Cecil-Sterman’s book Advanced Acupuncture.

Please note that this infographic is my own interpretation of Cecil-Sterman’s lecture and is not endorsed by her. Unfortunately I’ve not yet found a way to make it very printer friendly, if you manage to do so please let me know. I hope you find it useful…please let me know what you think!

Sinew Channel Protocol

British Acupuncture Council Case Studies Workshop

Just booked myself onto the second British Acupuncture Council case studies workshop in London. I went to the first one and it was so interesting to hear acupuncturists’ experiences with such a wide variety of cases. Speakers included Volker Scheid and Jane Wilson.
 
Traditionally, the careful recording and sharing of case studies has been central to the way Chinese Medicine has been taught and developed. Of course cases are always discussed in a completely anonymous manner so patient privacy is upheld. 
 
If you are British Acupuncture Council member near London make sure you book onto this workshop – amazingly it’s free so expect it to book out quickly. There is also a workshop in York on 30th October.
  • Date: 4th December 2018
  • Time: 9.30am
  • Place: Confucius Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • To book follow this link

New location for Ealing branch!

We have moved – but not too far!

I now have a beautiful new treatment room at the Bodyline Fitness rehabilitation studio. It’s in the same mews as my previous Ealing branch, I’ve just moved a few doors down. It’s bright and spacious with a comfortable waiting area. I look forward to seeing you there for your next acupuncture treatment!

Hounslow Acupuncture & Massage now open!

I am very excited to open the second branch of my practice at Hounslow Acupuncture & Massage! My Hounslow practice is based at the Physio-Active Clinic on Hanworth Rd, Hounslow. This new location offers ample parking, is 6 minutes by bus from Hounslow Central tube and just a 5 minute walk from Hounslow Train station. So if you live in Hounslow or the surrounding Twickenham area, your acupuncture and massage clinic is now on your doorstep. I look forward to meeting you at Hounslow Acupuncture & Massage soon!

Try our new heated treatment couch…Mmmm, pure luxury!

Regular clients will know that I’m always advocating the use of heat to aid the circulation of blood and qi, to relax the muscles, reduce pain and promote healing.

Our new heated treatment couch enables us to further harness the benefits of heat during the treatment. Sometimes as we really relax during a treatment, our body temperature can drop, but the heated couch will help you to feel warm and comfortable from the first moment to the last. Your circulation will improve, so you get more from your treatment too.

If you are one of those people who always feels too hot, don’t worry, we can turn the heat off!

We love our new heated couch and hope you will too. Book a treatment at Ealing Acupuncture & Massage and let us know what you think!

We have moved home!

Ealing Acupuncture & Massage has moved to Platinum Therapy rooms in Ealing Broadway. While Springbridge Mews had great energy, the fitness classes meant that it was too noisy for most clients. At Platinum we have an elegant waiting area and a nice quiet treatment room so that you can get really relax and get the most out of your treatment.

We look forward to seeing you there!