About the practitioner

Ms Jingyu Bai MSc BSc MATCM

Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner—Acupuncturist, herbalist and massage therapist

I have a passionate belief in the healing power of acupuncture, having witnessed my clients recovery so many times. As Hippocrates said “Nature forces within us are the true healers of diseases.” With acupuncture I help to unblock or boost a person’s energy so that healing can take place. In Chinese medicine this energy is called Qi/Chi.


I completed a 5 year training and gained my BSc in Northern China as a doctor in Traditional Chinese Medicine and as an acupuncturist. In China I was trained in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and conventional western medicine.

After this I trained for a further 3 years at Fujian Traditional Chinese Medicine University in Southern China, in the Neurology Department where I did research into the use of acupuncture in treating stoke rehabilitation. At the end of this training I gained my MSc.


For the past 16 years to the present I have worked as an acupuncturist, herbalist and traditional Chinese massage practitioner.

For 5 years I worked as a lecturer and clinical supervisor at Lincoln University in traditional Chinese massage.

What is acupuncture

When we put the acupuncture needles into certain acupuncture points the body responds to the stimulation to produce chemicals involved in healing.

Acupuncture can help with:

• Pain management– Arthritis / Frozen Shoulder
Back Pain / Sciatica
Headache / Migraine
Fibromyalgia / Sports Injuries

• Mental Health
Stress / Depression /Anxiety
Panic Attack / Insomnia

• Facial Rejuvenation

• Digestive System Conditions
I.B.S / Diarrhoea / Constipation

• Skin Conditions
Acne / Eczema / Dermatitis

• M.E. / Immune-Boosting
• Menopause / Infertility
• Weight Loss / Quit Smoking
• Well-being and others to meet personal needs

What to expect in a session

The first stage, the diagnosis of each person’s individual condition, involves looking and listening, asking questions and then taking the pulse on both wrists.

The second stage, is to decide on the treatment strategy and which group of acupoints to work on.

The third stage, very fine needles ( much finer than the injection needles ) are gently inserted through the skin into the acupuncture point. Normally people feel a pin-prick sensation or sometimes a dull ache or heaviness.

The fourth stage, after 20min the needles are removed and this is followed with some traditional Chinese massage tailored to your specific needs. Due to my 5 years as a lecturer in Chinese massage, my skills have been honed and I am now a very competent masseur.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me, I will be happy to discuss these with you.

My contact details: Mobile—07751704741

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