Megan Reynolds

Using traditional five element acupuncture, I approach your health issue in a holistic manner by restoring balance and harmony to a return of health and well-being.

About me

Before training as an Acupuncturist I worked within the NHS  as a tutor and support worker teaching recovery skills to those living with enduring mental health difficulties. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.

I trained at the prestigious Acupuncture Academy in Leamington Spa and qualified with the Professional Licentiate in Acupuncture, which is a three year degree level qualification accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board. I was Highly Commended for my clinical work. My training was extensive and covered all aspects of Chinese Medicine and acupuncture theory, with a focus on the Five Element approach. This means that I will consider your main health problem, together with a holistic approach to you as an individual.

I am passionate about Acupuncture and Eastern medicine and how despite being nearly 3000 years old, it has a very relevant and important place in modern society.

Megan Reynolds

What I offer

Five element acupuncture treats a person at their core. It is an inner tradition of acupuncture that when the core heals, naturally the symptoms of disease will heal. Although our symptoms are often very physical in nature, the imbalance needs to be treated at the very essence of a person, to allow the body to heal. Acupuncture treatment uses fine needles to access the meridian pathways that should flow harmoniously throughout the body. The needles are used to unblock these pathways and reinstate harmony.

Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves the use of a hot stick or cone of compressed mugwort. This works with the Acupuncture needles in facilitating the healing process of the body.

Auriculotherapy  is a modern microsystem of acupuncture based purely on the ear where there are dozens of acupuncture points that represent specific areas and functions of the body. It is effective for many problems, such as but not limited to, addiction and trauma.

This can be used with or without body acupuncture and I will take into consideration this when assessing you and is an option if for any reason you may struggle to remove clothing.

Contact me

Megan Reynolds

Tel: 07908 455 197


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Professional qualifications:

BSc (Hons), Professional Licentiate in Acupuncture