Described as a "reverse deep tissue massage" cupping involves applying plastic and glass suction cups to the skin to improve blood and lymphatic circulation, draw out toxins and relax the entire body.
Louise worked as an NHS staff nurse for 10 years in Sheffield prior to re- training as an acupuncturist. Her passion for traditional chinese medicine was born after receiving acupuncture alongside IVF/ICSI treatment some five years ago. Now the proud mum of a four year old she has a special interest in fertility acupuncture, supporting couples in their journey to the same outcome. Louise trained for 3 years at the renowned Northern College of Acupuncture in York and graduated with a BSc (Hons) Degree, validated by the university of Middlesex London. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and Cosmetic Acupuncture UK (CAUK). Louise is committed to continual professional development and regularly attends seminars to widen her knowledge of all areas of acupuncture. She is empowered by the individual approach chinese medicine offers to healthcare, allowing a personalised treatment tailored to you and your wellbeing.
Located within the Redmayne Lodge complimentary therapy centre, Yorkshire Floatation Centre operates two floatation rooms and an infrared sauna. Sessions are designed to help clients unwind with sensory deprivation and heat-based treatments, with the centre also offering the likes of colonic hydrotherapy, reflexology, Swedish massage and more.