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Chelsea Natural Health ClinicBased almost opposite the Chelsea and Westminster hospital on the Fulham Road in Chelsea, we are home to a large collection of dedicated, experienced and talented practitioners (we aren't sure what the collective noun is for a group of practitioners, but please feel free to make suggestions). We have too many different therapies to list in this section, but to name a few how about Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Sports Therapy, many different types of massage, Shiatsu, Reiki, Podiatry and Chiropody, Hypnotherapy, Counselling / Psychotherapy and Nutritional Therapy? A full list is available here.

We are open 7 days a week, from 9am - 9pm weekdays and 9am - 6pm at weekends. Please do browse the site but do feel free to call us on 0207 352 3087 if you have any questions.Our goal is to provide to the highest standards, a comprehensive portfolio of complementary, holistic and natural health care treatments to our clients in Fulham, Chelsea, London and the rest of the, well whole wide world.


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Acupuncture can treat hay fever




Hay fever is an allergic condition manifesting as sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose. It affects its sufferers anytime from spring to late autumn due to allergic reaction to tree, grass or weed pollen.

Western medicine currently does not have a cure for hay fever and offers medications – antihistamins and corticosteroids to only relieve the symptoms by reducing swelling and inflammation. However these medications do not solve the problem and if anything only push the pathology deeper into the system.


Energetically, in hay fever body is inappropriately reacting to normal proteins creating heat in the system followed by reaction of cooling, i.e. watery discharge.   When treated with acupuncture, the hypersensitive energy reacting to proteins in a wrong way and causing allergic reactions is calmed down and soothed back to normal. The hypersensitivity occurs due to the weakness in Liver and Kidney energy which with acupuncture is strengthen and nourished. After several treatments, often hay fever is completely, or at least to a large extent, solved.

Eva works in Fulham SW10 London every Saturday & at other times by request.

For any questions and equiries you can contact Eva Zivcakova on  0790 380 6463  or Email Eva


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SPRING FORWARD & Harmonise your Liver




Acupuncture Seasonal Tune-Up Session

with Alexandra Ross 


The much awaited transition from Winter into Spring has begun! While Winter was a time to conserve and protect energy, reduce activity, rest, rest and rest some more, Spring is a time for growth and new beginnings! Just as we can observe from our surroundings, seeds are sprouting, flowers are blooming and there is an abundant sense of renewal and regeneration. 

So what does this mean for us?

Chinese medicine teaches us to live in harmony with the (five) seasons; Winter, Spring, Summer, Late Summer and Autumn. Thousands of years ago people lived in a state of harmony with nature, observing and adapting to the seasonal changes. They rose with the sun and ate what they grew in each season. What time they got up, what they ate and the type of activities they engaged in were decided by the natural environment. People’s lives flowed in accordance with the time of year. It sounds like common sense, it is common sense! Sadly, in many ways the modern world has drifted away from abiding by natural law and something as simplistic as observing the seasons and living in harmony with them is not always easy or practical. But there are some small things we can all do to get back in touch with ‘seasonal living’ and help adjust to Spring which will benefit our overall health and well-being, improve our mood and help prevent us from feeling under the weather!

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spring’s corresponding organ is the Liver. The function of which is to promote the smooth flow of Qi (energy) around the body. The Liver also aids us in neutralising and detoxing poisons, both physical and emotional.  As Spring is the time of renewal it is important to detoxify and de-stress to prevent the Liver from becoming overburdened. When the Liver is not functioning as well as it could be, blockages in the flow of Qi can occur causing stagnation, this can manifest as physical symptoms of pain (such as migraines, headaches, dysmenorrhea) and emotional feelings of anger, irritability, resentment and impatience. 


What can we do?

-Spring Nutrition 

Get some fresh, seasonal foods into your daily diet and eat a little more lightly than you would for Winter. Green is the colour for Spring and the Liver, so be sure to include some leafy- green goodness. A few examples of Spring-type foods include; asparagus, spinach, spring onions, wild garlic, artichokes, carrots, berries, cherries, lamb, wild salmon, sardines and mackerel. The Flavour of Spring and the Liver is Sour, the sour taste is thought to stimulate Liver Qi, so try a slice of lemon in your water or squeeze it over your food. 


-Have an Acupuncture Seasonal Tune-Up Session

Book in for an acupuncture session to balance your body, most importantly the Liver energy. A relaxing acupuncture appointment will help you restore and recharge. 


-Spring Activity 

Engage in some gentle exercise; walking, yoga, light cardio and focus on breathing exercises and stretching. Get outdoors to get your dose of fresh air and sunshine, outside air helps the free flow of Liver Qi. 

Season: Spring

Element: Wood

Organ: Liver & Gallbladder

Flavour: Sour

Movement: Upward & Outward 🌿🌸


Alexandra  works in Fulham SW10 London every Thursday& at other times by request.

If you have any questions about acupuncture appointments and would like more information please don’t hesitate this get in touch. on  0781 440 4249  or Email Alexandra



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Acupuncture for back pain and spine problems



Acupuncture works with the energy flow within the human body which is necessary for vibrant health. In treating back pain acupuncture provides soothing properties to strengthen the system and releases natural anti-inflammatory properties into the area of discomfort.

Back pain is a common ailment which can affect people at any age. It can occur in upper, middle, lower or sacral part of the back and can manifest as acute or chronic pain.

Acute back pain is often caused by muscle strain, ligament sprain, minor injury or pinched nerve. Treating this kind of pain with acupuncture is extremely effective and it usually takes only couple of treatments to soothe the pain completely.

Chronic back pain can be caused by torn ligaments and tendons due to injuries, inflammatory conditions affecting fascia, ankylosing spondylitis, hereditary weakness, weakness of internal organs – most specifically kidneys and liver, sciatica and by pressed nerves from herniated discs.  Other causes include stress, viral infection or kidney infection.

As with acute pain, acupuncture is highly effective also in addressing chronic back pain. It gently strengthens the underlying weakness of the body which allowed for the discomfort to manifest, and soothes the specific area which generates the pain.

Eva works in Fulham SW10 London every Saturday & at other times by request.

For any questions and equiries you can contact Eva Zivcakova on  0790 380 6463  or Email Eva

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