Lui Yeung Acupuncture Testimonials

Testimonials

 Steve, SE1

"If you want a whole body treatment then visit Lui. I guarantee that you’ll feel better as you walk out of the clinic after spending an hour with her!"

 Alex, SW4

"I have been treated by Lui for over a year. She is professional, knowledgeable and a great acupuncturist. I was nervous of needles and she put me immediately at ease. She explains what she is doing and adapts her treatment according to need. I'd have no hesitation in recommending her."

Amanda, E1

 "Lui has been fantastic in helping me coping with stress and emotional distress. I am a much calmer and happier person now thanks to Lui.  She has a holistic approach and listens very carefully to any part of your body and mind to define her treatment. She can refer you as well to other field specialists if she feels they will be able to help you too. She does her best to provide you with the most comprehensive support. I would recommend Lui to everyone!"
Zoe, SW4

 "I've been seeing Lui for about 3 months now and I can't speak highly enough of her therapy. Her friendly approach means the healing sessions are a joy to attend.

Thanks Lui!"

Ken, SW18

 "I have been getting acupuncture from Lui for the past two years. I had never had acupuncture before mainly because I don't like needles but I didn't need to worry as Lui was great. I  have since used Lui for acupuncture treatment for various other ailments with very successful results. Give it a try it's a wonderful experience."

Press

Lui Yeung Acupuncture is featured in the Top 13 Acupuncturists in the UK by the Mid Adult.

 

THE NEEDLE PHOBIC’S FRIEND: LUI YEUNG

Practicing in Southbank and Clapham, Chinese-born Lui fuses acupuncture, tui na massage (sort of a pinchy pully massage action that feels way better than it sounds), nutritional therapy and that crucial this-is-all-kind-of-pointless-if you-don’t-change-things-up lifestyle advice.

 

Lui’s special interests lie in fertility. But she’s also a whizz with stress, anxiety and alleviating pain. ‘Fluent’ in acupuncture, you’ll hear lots of things like ‘You have too much heat today’, ‘Too much damp there’ as well as dietary solutions to get you back in balance. Her intuition merges with academic rigour, as she keeps up with all the latest thinking and evidence-based research. And she’s funny, a big bonus when you are discussing things like bowel movements. Even the needle-phobic benefit from her caring approach as she treats them slowly and gently.

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