The Uk will celebrate Acupuncture awareness week from 25th March to 1st April 2023. An annual event that aims to raise awareness of the benefits of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
If you haven’t tried acupuncture before, you might be surprised to know that it’s been used for over 2,000 years to help people with a wide range of health symptoms. The practice involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities.
Acupuncture has been shown to be effective in treating all kinds of ailments, from chronic pain and allergies to stress, anxiety, and depression. It’s also been shown to be helpful in improving fertility, regulating hormones, boosting the reproductive system and supporting the negative side effects of IVF treatments.
If you’re considering acupuncture, it’s important to choose a qualified and experienced practitioner who is registered with the British Acupuncture Council. This ensures that they have received the proper training and adhere to strict codes of conduct. Looking for an acupuncturist near you, search your postcode on The British Acupuncture Council Website
During Acupuncture Awareness Week, there will be events and activities all over the UK to help people learn more about acupuncture and how it can help them feel better. So why not check it out and see if it’s right for you?
Whilst the UK will celebrate Acupuncture awareness week, we welcome you to join us for a free discovery session during the month of April and discover how acupuncture can help you on your health journey.
Plus, to celebrate Acupuncture Awareness Week, until midnight on 1st April you can use code AWARENESS when booking to recieve 10% off your first appointment.
… and, if you’re still not sure, hear all about JC’s experience-
“I have recently finished a course of treatment for sciatica with Gaynor Gozier.
I’d had the pain for over 6 months and tried every other form of treatment. I was managing (if that is the word) through taking prescribed strong pain killers. Even so, I had to work standing up and try to sleep while propped up on pillows.
Someone told me that they had good results from acupuncture. Although very sceptical, I contacted Gaynor and I’m so grateful that i did…”