Norwich Natural Fertility Partnership

Fertility pregnancy and beyond
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Acupuncture is the practice on inserting ultra fine needles into the body with the aim of bringing about a state of balance and well-being. The traditional aim of acupuncture is to restore the natural YinYang flow of 'Qi' throughout the body and mind - using needles to move Qi in the many meridicans that map the body. More recently research has focused on the parasympathetic nervous system and myofascial pathways to try and understand acupuncture. These pathways that trace the meridians and the concept of Qi seems to overlap with emerging data about how the body’s cells communicate.

When you receive acupuncture you are usually lying on a couch, either face up or face down. Your acupuncturist may choose points all around the body. You may feel light tingling or aching with acupuncture and many patients report feeling no sensation at all.  Once the needles are inserted you are allowed to rest for 35-45 mins.

Traditional Acupuncturists must study acupuncture to degree level and both our acupuncturists are members of The British Acupuncture Council.

Kate McDougall:
@ SOMA clinic Pottergate Norwich
Kate provides fertility and IVF support with a special interest in PCOS and pelvic pain. 
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07535 957577
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Initial Consultation and acupuncture session - 55 mins charged at £55.
Follow-up acupuncture sessions - 55 min charged at £50.
Emily Brightwood:
@ Home Aylsham Clinic
Emily provides fertility, pregnancy and post partum support. Her special interests include shock / trauma and childbirth preparation.

07903 159010
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Initial Consultation and acupuncture session - 1.5 hrs charged at £60.
Follow-up acupuncture sessions - 1 hr charged at £45


  • Acupuncture commonly used to help couples conceive naturally
  • Acupuncture commonly used to support women throughout IVF
  • Acupuncture commonly used to help with stress and anxiety
  • Acupuncture safe throughout all stages of pregnancy
  • Acupuncture commonly used to help manage pelvic pain

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