Acupuncture In Sutton Coldfield

Helen Wall

I specialise in Classical Five Elements acupuncture and I have been practising in Sutton Coldfield for 35 years serving people in Birmingham, Lichfield and Tamworth areas as well.

How can I help you?

Over the years of being a practitioner of acupuncture in Sutton Coldfield, I have treated a very wide range of health problems: physical, psychological, emotional as well as spiritual. In addition to being an acupuncturist, I also practise Emotional Freedom Technique and Bioenergetic medicine as a NES Total Wellness practitioner along with facilitating meditation courses.

My passion is to help as many people as possible to re-discover their true self, regain their health and be happy. Chinese acupuncture is a part of that journey.

So let me travel with you on your return journey to health, happiness and a long life!

 

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