Welcome to Elemental Therapies

A helping hand towards optimal health

Acupuncture in Camden, North London

I have more than 10 years of experience in successfully treating and supporting people with a wide variety of health issues.

My areas of particular expertise include:

  • pain management and resolution
  • gynaecology and fertility support
  • headaches and migraines

As well as the above, I treat conditions including; anxiety, insomnia, arthritis, post op recovery, tinnitus and IBS.

Along with alleviating specific ailments, my aim is for all clients to leave each session feeling more relaxed, energised, and with greater peace of mind. I am trained in holistic massage and use a variety of complementary techniques including cupping, moxa, gua sha and guided meditation. I also teach Qi Gong and prescribe Chinese Herbal Medicine.

My acupuncture practice is located in NW1 within easy reach of Camden Town, Caledonian Road and Islington. I also work at the Triyoga Clinic in Camden, Jamestown Road, Fridays 8am - 12pm.

About Acupuncture

How does acupuncture work?

Acupuncture is a traditional healing system that works to balance the body's energy. By working with needles and massage techniques we stimulate the flow of energy within the body, harmonizing the channels of the body to treat all manor of conditions and ailments.

What conditions can it help?

Acupuncture can help with the relief of symptoms such as back pain, headaches, stress and emotional imbalance, digestive disorders, muscular skeletal injury and strain, gynaecological issues, fertility, insomnia, allergies and even the common cold.

What benefits can be expected?

Treatments can help to relieve pain, reduce stress, calm the mind and give a greater feeling of energy and ease. Patients often report greater mental clarity, stamina and improved relationships and confidence.

Frequently asked questions

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an elegant and effective system of healing that uses the insertion of needles into specific points on the body for therapeutic effect. There are over 360 acupuncture points, mostly located along channels or meridians that connect and integrate the body. Originating in China, it has been developed and refined for over 2,000 years.

How does it work?

The insertion of needles is used to tonify deficiencies and disperse excess to balance the body and restore nature health. As well as using needles acupuncture employs the use of a variety of techniques such as the application of moxa (a warming herb), cupping and gua sha (a type of massage). The basic premise is to restore health by removing blockages, just as dry land is nourished by proper irrigation. It has been shown to benefit a wide variety of conditions including fertility, back pain and fatigue.

What should I expect?

The needles used in acupuncture are extremely fine and so the treatments are relatively painless. Some people describe new sensations of flow or tingling within the body and most experience a sense of ease and relaxation during and following treatment.

How often do I need to come for treatment?

Acupuncture aims to address your presenting symptoms but also treats the underlying root of any illness. Length of treatment will depend on the individual and the type of condition presenting but commonly results should be seen between 3-5 treatments, with session spaced weekly or fortnightly. By restoring your own natural flow acupuncture aims to create long lasting resolution to illness.

How much does it cost?
  • Treatments are £80 for one hour or £45 for half an hour. It is generally recommended to have an hour and a half for the first treatment to allow for a full consultation.
  • Treatment packages are 3 for £225 and 5 for £350. Acupuncture and massage are often combined within treatment.
  • Herbs are prescribed at £55 per week for dry, raw herbs.
  • Cost for treatment at Triyoga can be found on their website: www.triyoga.co.uk

For further information on Acupuncture please visit the British Acupuncture Council: www.acupuncture.org.uk

Personal Approach

I was born and raised in London and have cultivated a lifelong interest in oriental movement and healing arts. I have studied and practiced Tai Chi and Qi Gong for over 12 years and I am a qualified acupuncturist, having graduated from the International College of Oriental Medicine.

I also teach Qi Gong and Daoist Yoga, leading regular classes, workshops and retreats. I am a practitioner of holistic massage and trained in Chinese Herbal Medicine.

I live in North London with my wife and two daughters.

Professional qualifications:

  • Acupuncture BSc (Hons)
  • Holistic Massage Dip (ITEC)
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine (AHHA)
  • Qi Gong Instructor (College of Elemental Qi Gong)

What My Clients Say...

Weekly Qigong classes online via Zoom

Qigong is an ancient system of movement and meditation based on the same principles as acupuncture. I have been teaching for over 20 years and run regular classes, workshops and retreats.

Classes are held every Saturday at 9:45am

Everyone is welcome, including beginners. The class is donation based (£6-12 suggested via PayPal). Sign up below to receive the link!


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Get In Touch

My acupuncture practice is located in North London, NW1, within easy reach of Camden Town, Caledonian Road and Islington. I also work at the tranquil space of Triyoga Camden on Fridays.