Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points to reduce pain and harmonise the body. Acupuncture has been used to treat a variety of symptoms from musculoskeletal pain to digestive problems and beyond, for thousands of years. For more information, see Acupuncture FAQs.

If you are a first-time visitor to the clinic, you will need to book a 55-minute appointment to include an initial consultation.


Cupping is one of the most well-known branches of traditional Chinese medicine, thanks to the red marks it leaves on patients! Cupping is particularly effective in treating muscular pain and stiffness, and is therefore very popular with athletes. Cups are either left in one spot, or sliding from one place to another, depending on the individual’s needs.

Cupping can be integrated into 55 minute acupuncture sessions.


chinese massage

 Chinese Massage, or Tui Na (pronounced ‘Tway Nah’) is a therapeutic massage. Tui Na is a form of traditional Chinese medicine therapy and therefore follows the same principles as acupuncture; treating disorders by focusing on the body’s channels and meridians.

Chinese massage can be integrated into 55 minute acupuncture sessions.

Liz Manning Acupuncture