BSc (Hons) MBAcC MIFR
Ying Liu is a registered acupuncturist and reflexologist and a yoga teacher. She is a member of The British Acupuncture Council and The International Federation of Reflexologists. She holds a BSc. (Hons.) degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the University of Westminster and is an experienced teacher of yoga and tai-chi. She takes a holistic approach to her practice –taking into account physical and emotional factors in a patient’s lifestyle such as stress, improper diet and lack of exercise, which can be the cause of a manifesting illness.
Ying has guided many people toward a greater understanding of their body and health. She is particularly interested in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain, premenstrual tension, menopausal symptoms, insomnia and digestive disorders by using a combination of techniques including reflexology, acupuncture, proper exercise, proper breathing and a traditional Chinese medical approach to diet. Ying believes that reflexology and acupuncture are complementary therapies that work well alongside conventional western medicine.
Xing Chang Si Tu
MBAcC & MRCHM
Acupuncture, Chinese Herbalist
Growing up in a family that had two famous professors of acupuncture and herbal medicine in China, Xing has always been fascinated by thier magical skills and vast knowledge. She was also inspired by their patients’ smiles and gratitude.
Following their footsteps, and cherishing their invaluable expertise, to make people healthier was her childhood dream and thankfully it has progressed to a career lasting 30 years.
After coming to London, Xing has worked at various clinics in London as an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, and has successfully helped a lot of patients with stress related problems, pain relief (muscular, joint and back pain), digestion complaints and women’s health issues including fertility. Xing constantly updates her knowledge on Chinese medicine as well as developments in modern medicine, especially in the fertility field where she can assist patients with IVF treatments and their success rates.
Treatments are given according to an individual’s condition, aiming at the root cause as well as the symptoms. To maximize effectiveness of treatments, moxa and cupping may be used based on conditions and also the patients’ preference. For people who are fearful of needles, thinner needle and a very gentle technique would be applied.
At the last 10 minutes of the session, she may do acupressure (a form of massage) for the purposes of relaxation and enhancing the impact of the treatment. Life style and nutritional advice will be offered if it is relevant.