Working in Traditional Chinese Medicine & 5 Element Acupuncture since 2007
Hi, I’m Emma an acupuncturist, and I enjoy helping people with their health and wellness.
My goal is to help you to become the healthiest version of yourself, so you can lead an energising and fulfilling life because after all, we only have one-shot!
I started my health and wellbeing journey at professional dance college. I then worked as a personal trainer for about a decade, notably starting at Matt Roberts Personal Training in Mayfair, London covering extensive health-related exercise programmes.
I became interested in complementary healthcare after having some acupuncture treatment myself, where I was extremely impressed with its fantastic, natural result. This inspired me to train as a practitioner.
Like yourself, I want to lead a meaningful, vibrant life, and so I’m always looking for natural ways to enhance my health and wellbeing.
In particular, I enjoy focussing on womens’ health and fertility treatment. I also love offering wellness advice based on Chinese nutritional information, useful exercise tips, or anything else that will benefit the mind, body or spirit.
It’s my hope your acupuncture will help you to feel well in yourself so you can lead a heartwarming life. But, most importantly, I want your treatment to help you to stay healthy and well!
To find out more about my acupuncture treatments, you are welcome to book a free initial consultation so we can discuss your complaint in more detail.
Emma Sammels BSc (Hons) LicAc MBAc
I graduated as an acupuncturist in 2007 training for four years at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, one of Europe’s leading universities for the study of acupuncture. The practice developed my extensive understanding of both conventional medical science and Chinese medical theory.
Certified through the British Acupuncture Council (www.acupuncture.org.uk), I am bound by Codes of Ethics and Safe Practice and strictly follow the safety procedures approved by The Department of Health.
It’s hugely important to me that I grow as a practitioner. So, I regularly undertake continued professional development to gain increased knowledge and to keep up to date in the medical field.