Dip TCM Acupuncture, MAcS TCM
Acupuncture | Cupping | Tuina
Pearlyn is a licensed acupuncturist and a registered member of the Acupuncture Society, and is fully insured to practice acupuncture, tuina, cupping and moxibustion.
Pearlyn studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture with her teacher Darren Rose, who runs a busy fertility clinic in London. She continued to develop her skills in Chinese herbal medicine, cupping and tuina at the Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Chung Hwa Medical Institute), as well as the School of Healing Arts (SOHA) in Singapore. Upon graduation, she worked as a clinical assistant to Dr Gabriel Chen at Oak Health TCM Clinic in Singapore.
Previously, Pearlyn had a career in design and technology. Confronted with various stress-related health issues, she eventually turned to Chinese medicine and found it nothing short of life-changing, and went on to study TCM and acupuncture to help others in need of support and self-care. Chinese medicine is deeply rooted in her culture and upbringing, and she hopes to share it in a way that is easy and approachable. Her special interest is in acupuncture for fertility, IVF support, and women’s health, but she is happy to treat anyone across a wide range of conditions and health goals.
Cupping is an ancient therapy which uses negative pressure within glass cups to help reduce tension, decrease inflammation and improve blood flow and movement of energy.
Literally translated into "push-pull", Tuina is a Chinese medical acupressure massage which is performed without oil over a cloth. Acupressure points are activated to treat deep muscle tension and musculoskeletal disorders.
Pearlyn practices from Napiers Edinburgh Clinic.
If you require more information about any of the treatments on offer or would like to make an appointment, please contact Pearlyn directly on 07498785622 or visit Pearlyn's website here.
Alternatively, if you need further help please call Napiers Edinburgh Clinic on 0131 225 5542 or email email@example.com