Joanna Hall BSc (Hons) MA BA
Joanna has been in practice as an Acupuncturist for 14 years graduating in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the University of Salford and then undertaking further training in Five Element Acupuncture, Paediatric Acupuncture and additional energy healing. She is currently undertaking Shamanic Practitioner Training and birthing an exciting vision to create sacred space to facilitate women’s reconnection with their innate feminine wisdom in order to heal and thrive.
Joanna works from the heart and is skilled in deep listening and witnessing, pulling out threads and often what is said beyond words. She is passionate about integrating ancient and modern strategies to attune us to the wisdom of our body, emotions and spirit so that we can navigate our daily lives with awareness and cultivate greater health and wellbeing.
Marcus Watts MBAcC (Member of the British Acupuncture Council) BSc (Hons)
I was first introduced to acupuncture by my Kung Fu teacher, Master Billy Davidson. Early on in my martial arts training he showed me how the application of Chinese Medicine could speed the recovery of acute and chronic injuries commonly seen in sports and everyday life. This small insight into an alternative and way of thinking about health and the world around us inspired me to further my studies in the subject.
In 2006 I graduated from Salford University with a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (Acupuncture) and became a member of the British Acupuncture Council. Since then I have continued to pursue my passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Martial Arts and Qigong Health Breathing Exercises. I believe that Acupuncture and Qi Gong can play a key role in treating a range of conditions, forming part of a holistic approach to range of modern medical conditions. I am also qualified as a Wing Chun Kung Fu instructor for the Ching Mo Kung Fu Association and have trained with a variety of Qi Gong instructors. I am a student of Daoist Nei Gong and qualified Qi Gong teacher for the Lotus Nei Gong school of Daoist Arts.
As a Member of the British Acupuncture Council I work in accordance with the Council’s codes of training, safe practice and professional conduct.