Providing you with alternative healthcare
Our clinic offers affordable acupuncture treatments and gives access to quality care. It allows for more frequent treatments as it is often necessary to have acupuncture once a week for a period of time in order to get the best long-lasting results. If you only have a few treatments, or your treatments are too infrequent, acupuncture may not be able to build up the momentum for the healing that you seek. Our practitioners are highly qualified and fully insured. We are located at St John's Centre in Elephant & Castle, London SE17.
The clinic is open Monday to Sunday.
Monday - Saturday 11am-6pm
Wellness Acupuncture is passionate about helping you to feel better and supporting your healing journey with current health issues. We are a team of well trained, caring and experienced practitioners. We are committed to promote good health and wellbeing and provide affordable acupuncture in the community.
"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."
- Lao Zi
Kana is a fully qualified, insured acupuncturist and a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner. She studied Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine at the University of Westminster, where she gained BSc (Hons) and MSc degrees. Kana offers gentle Japanese style acupuncture, moxibustion, and classical Chinese Herbal Medicine - Jing Fang. Her approach to treatment is holistic - seeing the person as an individual and treating him/her as a whole. The focus of the treatment is to treat the root causes of the health issues as well as manifesting symptoms on the surface. She often combines acupuncture with Chinese Herbal Medicine or Shiatsu, as well as dietary and lifestyle advice, to achieve the best outcome. She encourages the patients to actively participate in their treatment and help them to increase body awareness and support their healing process. The special areas of interest are women's health and fertility issues.
Roozbehan is a qualified practitioner of acupuncture and Oriental bodywork. He holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from Middlesex University of the UK (2008), a Shiatsu diploma, and is a member of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (ATCM). To encourage openness and reestablish free flow of energy in the body, he has developed a gentle but effective approach, using a combination of Japanese-style acupuncture and Oriental bodywork, including Shiatsu and Resilo therapy. His main focus of treatment is freeing up of tension and stuck energy in the body so that it can be used to naturally address various symptoms and conditions.
Katerina is a Chinese medicine practitioner, specialising in pain management and
She gained her first postgraduate diploma in acupuncture in 2014. Since then she
has worked in various clinics across London and run a busy clinic abroad. She has
done training alongside a Chinese medicine practitioner as well as an internal
In 2017, she achieved a Master’s degree in Chinese herbal medicine at the
University of Westminster and completed a two-year postgraduate course in facial
acupuncture and Chinese cosmetology.
Katerina is also interested in the treatment of digestive disorders, and as an
additional effective tool, she likes to use knowledge of Chinese dietology in the
treatment of her patients.
Samar is a qualified acupuncturist and a full member of The British Acupuncture Council.
She holds a BSc in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from the University of Westminster.
Samar also currently practises at St Guy’s and Thomas’ NHS foundation Trust (Gateway) and at St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney, offering acupuncture for pain management and palliative care.
Samar has helped many patients with a wide range of health conditions and symptoms including digestive issues such as heartburn, reflux, nausea, pain, etc, menopausal symptoms (like hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia), anxiety, nocturia, breathing issues, and hypertension.
She has helped significantly to reduce pain level for patients with severe lower back issues, sciatica, spinal stenosis and unexplained pains in chest, throat, internal organs, etc.
Samar has a diploma in Ayurveda from the School of Ayurveda and Panchakarma in Kerala in India. She has consulted clients for diet and life style based on Ayurveda and Iranian traditional medicine since 2013. She draws the insight and knowledge of these different schools of medicine to achieve the best result possible for each individual.
CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Acupuncture is an ancient medicine, one of the oldest, most commonly used systems of healing form which is originating in China about 3,500 years ago. Acupuncture is a way of treating the imbalance of energy called Qi by inserting the needles in the body. Qi is the substance that nourishes our bodies and provides us with energy. Qi can get depleted, stagnated and blocked in the body, which manifests as pain or form of illness. Acupuncture can smooth the flow of Qi and restore the balance in the body and promote wellbeing. Chinese Herbal Medicine works internally in a deeper level, and compliments the acupuncture treatment to speed up the healing process. Acupuncture sessions can be combined with Chinese herbal formula, moxibustion, cupping, or bodywork to achieve the best outcome.
Acupuncture can focus on areas and points on the face and help to improve elasticity and signs of aging, it can also address underlying issues that can be contributing to areas of concern on the face. It is a natural, safe and viable alternative to more invasive procedures without the risks or side effects.
Facial Acupuncture can increase collagen production which helps to smooth out wrinkles and firm the skin. Bags under the eyes, drooping eyelids and sagging skin on the face and neck can be significantly reduced. The treatment stimulates the local circulation of blood and lymph, which improves muscle tone, encourages tightening of the pores and brightens the eyes.
A course of 5 to 10 treatments is recommended. Most patients notice a difference after one or two treatments, however, the effects become most noticeable and lasting after 5 treatments. Following the initial course of treatment, maintenance treatments of once a month can prolong the results.
WHAT WE TREAT
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine can help with a wide variety of conditions.
Anxiety and Stress
Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain
Ankle, Knee and Hip pain
Hay Fever and Sinusitis
Fertility / IVF Support
£60 Facial acupuncture
£270 Facial acupuncture x 5 (paid in advance)
£20-25 Herbal prescription (weekly)
£60 Herbal prescription with consultation
£60 Acupuncture & Shiastu
£60 Shiatsu/ Massage/ Reflexology
£45 Cupping (Body)
£45 Hopi Ear Candles
£60 Cellulite cupping
£270 Cellulite cupping x 5 (paid in advance)
£450 Acupuncture x 10 sessions (10% off)
£237 Acupuncture x 5 sessions (5% off)
Booking in advance is required for the body/ facial acupuncture, cupping and Shiatsu/massage/Reflexology.
A minimum of 24 HOUR NOTICE is required for cancellation or any changes to avoid being charged the full treatment cost.