I originally studied Fine Art and completed a BA in 2004. After running an artist’s studio for some years I decided to further my interest in acupuncture, natural science, martial arts, and qi gong  by perusing a career in East Asian Medicine.

I have now been working full-time as an acupuncturist, herbalist and tui-na practitioner for the last 10 years! I completed a BSc(Hons) in Acupuncture and a MSc(Hons) in Chinese Herbal Medicine from Westminster University.

I have taught acupuncture students in Westminster University’s polyclinic for five years. I also worked as a teacher of  East Asian Medicine Theory and Anatomy at the City College. In addition I hold a qualification as a Qi gong teacher and enjoy cycling, playing music and painting in my free time.

I continue with my professional development by studying with master doctors from around the world.

This is a short list of the teachers that have been most influential on my practice:

Felicity Moir – clinical practice and patient care in East Asian medicine.

Cinzia Scorzon, clinical  reasoning in Acupuncture practice.

Volker Schied, -Clinical strategy in East Asian Herbal medicine

Lesley Moorcroft: -Chinese Herbal Medicine clinical advisor.

Chris Ray Chappell- Qi gong, tai chi, and internal arts

Rosie Grandage– Qi Gong Tui Na, and practice ethics

Dr. Arnaud Versluys, -ongoing  Shan Hun Lun Herbal medicine Studies

Dr. Edward Neal – ongoing Nei Jing acupuncture and theory studies

Jason Ho, – Biologist, personal life teacher

Rupert Lander, Teaching skills

Jeff Ri Zi – Kung fu and tai Chi

Ross Campbell, – Acupuncture clinical practice

Andrew Nudgent-Head- Qi gong and DZFAM & Tui-na Skills

Xian Li Kang – Herbal and Tuina Clinic Skills.