I studied acupuncture at 3 independent colleges in the UK and I worked as a teacher and clinic supervisor in one of them for 13 years. I set up my own college in 2008 in Hove although now I live in Bath and run courses here.
I specialise in blending the philosophy and approaches of the different colleges I trained with into my teaching and my own courses (5E+TCM & More). I also have my acupuncture practice in Bath.
I am interested in Healing and Self-Development and I probably read more current than traditional philosophy. I have found that my interpretation of the power and effectiveness of acupuncture has been influenced both by modern thinking and traditional ideas.
One reason why I run a shorter acupuncture course is that I think we always need to challenge the view that things should stay as they are. Acupuncture has never stood still, that is why there is so much theory and scope for interpretation and so much potential for anyone who takes it seriously. Im also conscious of the fact that the challenges we face now are very different than they were even 50 years ago.
Emma graduated Cert. AC AHPR from The Healing & Acupuncture College under the tutorship of Jamie.
Since graduating Emma has since attained DIP.Ac at Shulan College of Chinese Medicine. Emma discovered acupuncture after it benefited her when she experienced a period of illness with Ulcerative Colitis. Emma wanted to help others, so she decided to change her career and retrained to become an Acupuncturist.
Emma now owns and manages one of the fastest growing acupuncture brands in the UK, Acupuncture That Works Ltd. Emma currently has four acupuncture clinics across the North-West of England.
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Our Core Values:
Safety first, our first consideration is always to ensure that our students are safe and that they comply with all relevant laws and regulations.
Good basic theory coupled with effective techniques in order to empower students into their own practice.
“acupuncture that works” We teach theories and techniques that we use ourselves and that we know are effective and that help people.
Lifelong learning, we are always ready to question ourselves, ready to be flexible, ready to change and adapt.
Holistic Medicine, always try and consider the whole picture.