George Monkhouse LicAc MBAcC is a fully qualified and insured member of the British Acupuncture Council, the leading self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture in the UK.

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Recommendations

"Thank you George for your sensitive, respectful, knowledgeable, professional, trustworthy, accountable and affordable acupuncture treatment! I recommend George to everybody looking for an alternative or complementary successful care of any health problem. I will be grateful forever for your immediate understanding and support you gave me. George is the first reference for my children and me in order to balance our state of health.”
- Betty B.

"One of the secrets of George's success is his ability to listen carefully to his patient and then provide the best treatment as a result of this analysis."
- Alan C.

"George from start to finish was a true professional, showing great learning and kindness throughout my treatments. His sessions were powerful and healing".
- Natasha B.

"I initially consulted with George to regain post-operative full health from bowel cancer. During the period of care George has provided excellent advice, dietary care and acupuncture treatments which has radically reduced the amount of pain and improved my lifestyle."
- Brigid R.

"I have consulted George on various occasions over the last two years receiving acupuncture to help with pain relief for long term osteo-arthritis. Sciatica was treated successfully after only two sessions. Although the pain relief may take a few hours to take effect there is instant relaxation followed by a general feeling of well being that lasts for days. I would and do happily recommend George's services."
- Maggie A.

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Sun Gazing

Sungazing

Sun gazing is a health practice that was used by many ancient cultures, including the ancient Pharaonic Egyptians, Native American tribes, ancient China and in India. It has been revitalised and globally highlighted by Hira Ratan Manek.

Simply put, gazing directly at the sun during the first and/or last hour of sunlight each day allows

[go on, dip your toes in a little further...] Sun Gazing