Welcome to Inverness Acupuncture!

Under current COVID-19 restrictions, all acupuncture clinics are closed until further notice. I hope to re-open soon!

I am still open for Chinese Herbal Medicine remote consultations.

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4 weeks ago

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Reopening News: Following today's announcement by the Scottish Government, I am hoping to reopen acupuncture clinics from April 26th.😊. Please watch this space for further updates! ...
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2 months ago

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Today is the first day of the Chinese Year of the Ox. The Ox is strong helpful and steady, as illustrated in the legend of the Jade Emperor’s Race.Long ago, the Jade Emperor invited all the animals to a race across the river, to compete for places in the Zodiac. This was a problem for Cat, who was a poor swimmer. However, Cat’s best friend, Rat persuaded Ox to carry them both across. Halfway over, realising that Ox was slowing down, Rat pushed Cat into the water. Ox picked up speed and reached the far bank at the head of the field. Rat jumped from Ox’s back triumphantly, to claim first place. Ox took second place.This last year has shown us what can happen when Rat is in charge. But things are about to change. The Ox is taking over. What better animal to get things back on track? Let’s breathe a sigh of relief and really celebrate the New Year of the Ox! Gong xi fa cai! (Congratulations, make a fortune). HAPPY NEW YEAR!Note: Cat unfortunately did not make it to the finish line and is therefore not included in the Zodiac. Cat never forgave Rat. ...
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