“The superior practitioner treats what is not yet ill. The mediocre practitioner treats what is ill already”

Nan Jing chapter 77

During the 2020 global pandemic acupuncture was officially recognised in England as a frontline healthcare profession. All degree level acupuncturists have now been reclassified by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to come under the Standard Occupational classification 222, along with osteopaths, physiotherapists, and other allied healthcare professions. This means you can have absolute confidence in the level and quality of treatment you will receive.

As a highly trained and experienced acupuncturist I am able to offer authentic acupuncture treatments to help you with your health issues. I am trained in both invasive and non-invasive needle techniques that have been perfected by Japanese acupuncturists over the last 1500 years. This involves the use of gold and silver acupuncture needles that increase the therapeutic effect on the body.

Japanese acupuncture is recognised across the world as the gentlest of all the styles of acupuncture with many patients not realising a needle has been inserted. This makes it ideal for everybody but especially people who are needle phobic.

I have over a decade of experience treating patients using traditional acupuncture and Tui Na massage while running Bai Hu Acupuncture and Tui Na in Reading, England and this I combine with the latest research to make sure you will receive the best and most clinically effective treatment possible.

I am registered with the local authority, fully insured, and registered with UK professional regulatory agencies.


Toyohari Meridian Therapy is unique to Japan and is part of the oldest system of acupuncture still in daily use.


It is one of the oldest holistic health therapies still in use today and is part of the state healthcare system in China.


As in acupuncture, points are activated on the ear using inserted needles or non-invasive magnets or tiny pellets.


Moxibustion is one type of hyperthermia therapy method that originated in ancient China well over 2,200 years ago.