FOR A WESTERN WORLD
Acupuncture practice by nature is clean and sterile. Clean Needle Technique practices are always in place, including the washing of hands before and after treatment.
The following procedures are in place to ensure the safety of all:
While it is no longer a legal requirement, I do ask that clients who are able to please wear a face mask to your appointment.
Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible.
I will be using a non contact forehead thermometer and will check your temperature and monitor mine to ensure neither of us has a temperature. If you have had any symptoms associated with COVID-19, you must reschedule your appointment.
For the time being I will not be providing green tea or water. Please bring a drink with you to your appointment.
Social distancing will be observed during consultation.
I will wear PPE at all times.
All surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised between clients.
The cancellation policy remains the same, with the exception of anyone needing to self isolate due to COVID-19.
Balance Your Body
Acupuncture is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine - an established form of health care that has been in use for over 2,000 years.
The focus of treatment is on the individual, not the illness, and all symptoms are seen in relation to each other. Acupuncture not only provides pain relief but also enables the body to use its own healing power to restore health and well-being. Acupuncture can be beneficial for a variety of health conditions including headache, insomnia, gastrointestinal disorders, infertility and women's health issues.
CHINESE HERBAL THERAPY
Balance, Strengthen, Nourish
Herbal therapy is a vital element of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used for centuries for both chronic and acute conditions including fatigue, stress/anxiety, arthritis, insomnia, headache, menopausal syndrome, digestive disorders, and more. The practice uses a variety of substances including roots, flowers, seeds and barks in a tailor-made formula designed for you and your needs. And fear not! All substances are safe (distributors follow Good Manufacturing Process), free of toxins/heavy metals, and always ethically sourced. Contact email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Heal And Recover
Cupping involves placing glass, bamboo or plastic jars on the skin and creating a vacuum by suctioning out the air in order to enhance circulation, help relieve pain, remove "heat" and release toxins that linger in your body's tissues.
Cupping has grown in popularity throughout the West, and its use is often seen in Olympic athletes and celebrities on the red carpet.
This therapy can be used on patients with a variety of ailments including: colds, flu, coughs, back and muscle pain, poor circulation, allergies, and fevers.
Rest, Relax & Rejuvenate
Cosmetic Acupuncture, often called Facial Rejuvenation or Facial Acupuncture has been in use since the 7th century and is a non-surgical technique used to reduce the signs of aging while improving overall health. This holistic approach to beauty helps to heal and repair damage to your body and skin, resulting in renewed vitality. Facial acupuncture helps to alleviate wrinkles, fine lines, puffiness, sagging, and skin discoloration while simultaneously supporting health and well-being.
Cosmetic acupuncture tightens pores, improves muscle tone, and increases collagen production. Tiny, thin needles are inserted into specific locations on the face and body to improve local circulation of blood and lymph and stimulate the body’s natural processes of healing and cell regeneration.
Jessica Jacobs qualified with a master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine after completing a four year program at the prestigious AOMA: Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas, USA. She has been in practice since 2011 and has used acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to successfully treat a variety of conditions including: pain, digestive disorders, insomnia, anxiety/depression, women’s health issues, and infertility. She is pleased to offer complimentary consultations to discuss your current health condition and discover how acupuncture can benefit you.
WHAT CAN ACUPUNCTURE BE USED FOR?
The World Health Organisation (WHO) acknowledges acupuncture to be beneficial in the treatment of:
adverse reactions to chemo/radio therapy
nausea and vomiting
addictions, including smoking cessation
Wondering if acupuncture can help with your condition? Schedule your complimentary 30 minute consultation today.
DOES IT HURT?
No. Acupuncture needles are so fine, about as thin and flexible as a human hair, that most people don’t feel them being inserted. The majority of people feel deeply relaxed while the needles are in place, which can continue well after they are removed.
HOW DOES ACUPUNCTURE WORK?
Acupuncture is proven to increase circulation, reduce inflammation, and decrease pain and stress to stimulate your body’s own natural healing mechanism. It can also regulate the nervous system and stimulate the release of endorphins and opioids in the brain. The traditional explanation is that acupuncture works by affecting Qi (pronounced "chee"), or vital energy to restore balance and wellness to the body.
DOES IT WORK?
Yes, acupuncture has been around for thousands of years for one reason: it works. It is one of the fastest growing fields in health care due to its continued success in reducing stress, improving energy, and relieving pain. What doesn't work, doesn't last.
REVIEWS & FEEDBACK
“My migraines are finally gone, and I can begin to live my life again. I can’t express how wonderful it was to work with Jessica, and I will surely be back again in the near future.”
“I’ve never felt better or more in tune with my body. I was pretty nervous as it was my first time having acupuncture, but Jessica really calmed my fears and was there with me through every step of the way. Thanks very much, I’m definitely coming back! ”
“Within minutes of my first session, I could feel my stress and worries melting away. Jessica took great care of me, making sure I was comfortable each step of the way.”