Mondays 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Ad hoc – other weekdays
07872 311 654
Areas of Speciality:
- Women’s Health: menstrual pain, cramps, PMS, menopause, pregnancy, fertility
- Stress and emotional wellbeing: anxiety, depression, insomnia, migraines, headaches, low energy
- Chronic illnesses: asthma, autoimmune disorders, chronic fatigue
- Muscular pain and disorders (including arthritis)
- Hayfever and allergic conditions
- Digestive health: IBS, bloating, wind, constipation
Initial consultation and acupuncture treatment (up to 2 hours): £120
Follow up acupuncture treatment (1 hour): £75
Package of 5 follow-up acupuncture treatments: £325 (£65 per session)
In addition to being Manager of the Light Centre Belgravia, Miranda is a fully qualified, traditional acupuncturist with a flourishing clinic. Her training covered all aspects of Chinese medical and acupuncture theory, with a focus on Five Element Acupuncture. This approach has an emphasis on treating the root cause of your health issue, which in turn alleviates your symptoms.
With a holistic approach, acupuncture treatment can enable you to regain physical, mental and spiritual harmony. Miranda looks at WHY you suffer with a condition and provides treatment that doesn’t destroy your body’s natural function, but returns it to function. Many patients find that as the body is brought back into balance, other ailments are resolved as well as their main health complaints.
Alongside Traditional Acupuncture, Miranda is also qualified in Moxibustion, Cupping, and Gua-sha, and offers tailored lifestyle and dietary advice from a Chinese Medicine perspective. These additional treatment tools are utilised in a patient’s treatment as required.
Graduating from The Acupuncture Academy, Miranda was awarded a Distinction for the Professional Licentiate in Acupuncture, as well as Highly Commended for her clinical work. In addition, she provided acupuncture support at the Stress Project in Islington for people experiencing stress related illness or mental health problems.
Miranda is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and adheres to the Council’s Codes of Safe Practice and Professional Conduct. British Acupuncture Council members are also registered with the Professional Standards Authority which is a government body set up to regulate health and social care providers, and is accountable to Parliament.