Looking for a treatment?
The City College runs teaching clinics where you can receive treatment from students under the watchful supervision of highly experienced professional supervisors.
Why not come and see what it is like to be treated here? In just a few short years it could be you doing the treating!
If you are interested in either having a treatment or becoming a student, call us on 020 7253 1133 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The City College of Acupuncture runs a low cost teaching clinic. You will be treated by our third year students in a highly supervised setting to ensure you get exactly the treatment you need. All of our supervisors are highly qualified with over fifteen year’s experience.
For patients with chronic conditions that require frequent treatments, this is an excellent way of keeping the cost down. It also enables people on a lower income who would never normally be able to afford treatment to experience the benefits of acupuncture.
Our clinic is run in a multi-bay setting, ensuring you get both the privacy and attention you require. A separate space is available if your case requires complete privacy.
As you are being treated by a student who will require supervisor feedback, your treatment may take a little longer than usual.
Have you ever had acupuncture treatment in a teaching clinic? Call us on 020 7253 1133 or drop us an email at email@example.com to experience what it feels like!
Tui Na Clinic
Tui Na treatments are typically done in a communal setting. As you are not required to get un-dressed (Tui Na massage is typically performed through the clothing) you may receive treatment in our multi-bed setting
If your treatment requires privacy, we will take you to a private room.
As we run a teaching clinic, your Tui Na practitioner will be closely supervised by a practitioner with over a decade’s experience.
Tui Na is becoming increasingly popular in the West as it brings many of the benefits of acupunc-ture without the need for piercing the skin.
As well as massage techniques, your student practitioner may suggest that auxiliary techniques such as cupping (local suction on a certain section of skin) or Gua sha (where the skin is firmly rubbed through oil).
Tui Na clinics often become busy very quickly as people are always eager to come back for more! To find out why, call us on 020 7253 1133 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org