Tim runs a busy practice in North-West London
where he practices Acupuncture,
Tui Na and Reflexology.
Tim treats all sorts of conditions, however he specialises in three
Physical Injury and Pain: Mainly using Tui Na and Acupuncture
to treat the pain, Tim helps find the cause of the unresolved injury/pain.
This can be from posture, habitual tension/movements or stress. He then
proscribes exercises or therapeutic techniques to speed up the healing
Emotional Trauma: Using Tui Na to treat the physical
root of the trauma and Acupuncture to treat the Qi blockages. Proscribing
awareness and breathing exercises.
Personal Development: The aim of any personal development
is to achieve lasting and sustainable change. At the heart of achieving
this change is first understand your own habits and patterns and second
is simply making different choices. Some choices are about acceptance
of ourselves instead of fighting, others are about applying discipline
to go down different paths. Chinese medicine has much to offer anybody
wanting lasting change.
also runs study groups and courses in Acupuncture, Tui Na, Reflexology
and Tarot. Please call or email if you are
Chinese Medicine Study Group - post graduate study group in
Classical Chinese Medicine based on the teachings of Jeffrey Yuen. For
practitioners interested in the classical approach to healing.
Sinew Channels diagnosis and treatment - small group
looking at Tui Na and Acupuncture approaches to treating painful obstruction
Syndrome, allergies, menstrual difficulties and other conditions of
the sinew meridians. Meridian approach based on the teachings of Jeffrey
Treatment of Mental and Emotional conditions - small group
looking at Tui Na and Acupuncture approaches to diagnosing and treating
emotional trauma and unconscious or conscious habits that block treatments.
Tarot for Change, Transformation and Healing - Small group
working with Tarot to explore personal development and assisting development
of clients. For experienced readers.
has been interested in exploring healing and identity from a very early
age. Initially he used art as his medium, but it was not until a fellow
student in Denmark had a painful neck that he found his vocation.
to England Tim spent ten years studying Intuitive Massage, Shiatsu,
Tai Chi, Qi Gong, meditation, Reflexology, Acupressure, Bio Energy
Healing, Acupuncture and Tui Na.
setting up his practice, Tim has been running low cost multi bed clinics
in North and South London. He has been teaching Tui Na at LCTA
and mentoring post graduate students in a teaching clinic. Tim is also
currently teaching Tui Na at CICM
the past five years Tim has been involved in setting up the UK
Register of Tui na Chinese Massage. This organisation is to promote
Tui Na to the public, encourage best practices and development of Tui
Na in the UK.
Tim initially trained
with the Dechen Buddhist community under Lama Jampa Thaye, where he
studied Tai Chi, Meditation and Shiatsu. Buddhism was very influential
to his development as a healer and personal development.
spent over two years working with and learning from renowned Brazilian
healer Rubens Farias Jr. assisting him during his retreats and seminars.
Around the same time Tim studied the Tarot under Annabelle Barrington.
Now he works with Annabelle teaching regular groups for both beginners
and advanced practitioners. In addition he also teaches his own classes,
specialising in tarot for personal development and healing. Tim was
a speaker at the International Tarot Conference.
Tim qualified in Acupuncture and Tui Na at the LCTA and Reflexology
from the London School of Reflexology. Afterwards he became interested
in Classical Chinese Medicine particularly the work of Daoist Priest,
Jeffrey Yuen. Tim
has also gained clinical experience in Hangzhou hospital of Traditional
Medicine in China.
Tim is working on his PhD in Classical Chinese Medicine in the USA at
the American University of Complimentary
Medicine. The course is run by Jeffrey Yuen.
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