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Important Clinic Update March 22nd 2020 - COVID 19

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Unfortunately, due to the current situation and advice from the British Acupuncture Council I will be postponing all acupuncture and massage appointments and closing the clinic until it is safe for us all to be in person again.

If you have an appointment booked - I'll be in touch with you individually to let you know.

If you would like some support through this time I am now offering online Guided Acupressure Sessions  You can find out more and book your call online here

I'm also creating a series of online workshops - join the waitlist for details here

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