Acupuncture has a whole host of benefits, and may have the power to transform a person’s life. By focusing on the whole person, it can bring balance to our body, mind and spirit. When you are balanced you can get more out of life, live more fully and cope better with day-to-day stress. Acupuncture aims to create equilibrium within the body. The focus is on you as an individual and all symptoms are seen in relation to each other. Some people choose acupuncture when they can feel their bodily functions are out of balance, but they have no obvious symptoms. Many people have regular treatments because they find it so beneficial and relaxing.
Acupuncture can be beneficial in treating a vast range of conditions including: Muscular skeletal problems, Digestive issues, Fertility in both men and women, Neurological conditions, Anxiety and depression, Respiratory illnesses, skin conditions, Insomnia, Urinary and bladder issues, Gynaecological issues, pregnancy, and much more. Acupuncture can be a profound and relaxing experience and aims to work on the body with a holistic approach.
Evette Caplan has a BSc in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture from the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead, UK. She is also currently working towards a masters in Global Health at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council which ensures all practitioners are trained at a high standard in both Chinese and Western medicine. All practitioners are fully licenced, insured, qualified, and adhere to a code of safe practice and professional conduct.
Evette has specialised training in the NADA protocol, a form of ear acupuncture commonly used for stress relief, addiction, and trauma treatments. She is certified NADA UK and plans to set up trauma treatment centres via the NHS and crisis areas around the world. Along with home visits and working from the Fiveways acupuncture clinic, Evette is based at Neal’s Yard in Tunbridge Wells and helps to run a multi-bed clinic at the Tree of Life in Brighton. She has alsovolunteered as an acupuncturist at the Vajra Varahi healthcare clinic in Chapaguan, Nepal amongst other overseas projects.
Prices: One treatment: £40, Home visit: £50 Package of 3: £99, Package of 6: £189 Treatments may include cupping,or various massage techniques