Integrated Five Element and TCM Acupuncturist
BA (Hons), Lic Ac, Dip Paed, Dip Fertility & Obstetrics, MBAcC
at Chelsea Natural Health Clinic, Fulham Rd, SW10.
Cal is an Integrated Five Element and TCM acupuncturist, obtaining her degree and license to practice from the prestigious College of Integrated Chinese Medicine. As well as acupuncture treatments she uses other techniques such as cupping, guasha and moxa. She specialises in Women’s Health, Fertility, and Paediatrics, treating new-borns to teenagers.
She is insured by the British Acupuncture Council and maintains their strict codes of conduct.
Acupuncture is used to treat a wide variety of conditions, from musculoskeletal pain and misalignment to digestive, urinary tract disorders to mental health and fertility.
Cal passionately believes in the medicine of Five Element acupuncture and integrates Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Within Five Element acupuncture, your individual constitution will resonate most strongly with one of nature’s five archetypal forces: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. One of these will describe your essential self. Five Element acupuncture can adjust the balance of your body, mind, and spirit, and help to address your core issues.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is an approach which uses acupuncture to harmonise your organ functions and musculoskeletal system. It treats specific symptoms and conditions and is very good in alleviating pain and tension.
Cal is also a passionate and experienced ERYT 500-hour certified vinyasa flow and yin yoga teacher. She teaches from a sound anatomical base, understanding that every-body is fundamentally different, and encouraging this to be explored on the mat. She is passionate about anatomy and applying this to yoga, having learnt anatomy extensively through numerous courses, and teaches the anatomy section of YA certified 200 hours TTs for various yoga studios throughout the UK. She also runs her own Yin Teacher Training courses of both 100 hours and 50 hours, and a Women’s Health and Yoga 30-hour module.
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