Fees for Acupuncture Treatment


Becky offers a FREE 15 minute free consultation for you to decide if acupuncture is the right therapy for you.


Initial consultation & treatment (1½ hours)       £70.00

Subsequent treatments (45 mins – 1 hour)                                                 £48.00
Tui Na (Chinese Remedial Massage)
Initial consultation & treatment (1¼ hours)
Subsequent treatments (45 mins)
Facial Acupuncture (course of 10 recommended)
Individual treatment (1¼ hours)
If you pay in advance for 10 treatments you will receive your 11th treatment free.



Refer a Friend or Relative – Special Discount

Refer a friend or relative and receive £10 off your next treatment plus your friend or relative will also receive £10 off their initial consultation.

Payment Terms

Payment is by cash or BACs tansfer. Credit/debit card payments are available at Lucks Yard only. If paying by BACs transfer payment must be made on the day of the treatment.

New Patients

For new patients a 50% deposit is required to secure your booking. This is payable within 48 hours of making your appointment. If payment is not received within this time, the slot will become available again. Thank you for your understanding.

Cancellation Policy

24 hours notice is required to cancel or reschedule an appointment, if less than 24 hours notice is given you will be required to pay the full cost of treatment. This does mean that even in the event of illness or accident the cancellation policy applies. You will be asked to sign a copy of this cancellation agreement at your first session. To cancel or reschedule an appointment contact Becky on 07779 360032. Missed appointments will be charged at the full rate.

Please arrive promptly to make full use of your treatment.

Preparing for a Visit

A detailed history of your complaint will be taken along with any relevant medical information. Medical conditions such as high blood pressure, epilepsy, diabetes etc; should be notified on your first visit together with any medications or other treatments you may be receiving.

If there is anything you are unclear about, please feel free to ask for an explanation so that your needs are properly looked after. Anything discussed will remain confidential.

Please wear loose clothing with legs and sleeves that are easy to roll-up out of the way. You need to be prepared to remove items of clothing as required, but be assured that I’m always mindful of patient modesty and comfort at all times.

To benefit most from treatment, please ensure that you have eaten a light meal beforehand, and refrain from any strenuous activities for a few hours. No alcohol should be taken before or after treatment.

As a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), some health insurance plans, including HSA, may cover the cost of your acupuncture treatment. Please see the list below and confirm with your provider. Some require a signed referral from either a GP or a consultant although there are many that do not require referrals.

Health Insurers which Approve BAcC Members

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