Initial consultation (diagnosis and first treatment) – two hours
£135 – London
£85 – Letchworth

Subsequent treatments – forty-five minutes to one hour
£75 –London
£50 – Letchworth

Payments can be made by cash or cheque.


Apart from providing individually tailored, ongoing support during conception planning, pregnancy and post-natal recovery, I offer treatments for birth preparation, breech turning and labour induction.

Pre-birth treatment – initial consultation with first treatment (sixty to ninety minutes), followed by three subsequent treatments (forty-five minutes to one hour)
Four treatments weekly from 36 or 37 weeks to prepare you for efficient labour.
£125/£85 – London
£75/50 – Letchworth

Pre-birth treatment

Acupressure for pain relief during labour – sixty minutes
A one-off, practical session for you and your birth partner.
£90 – London
£75 – Letchworth

Acupressure for pain relief during labour

Breech presentation – sixty minutes
A one-off treatment during which you and your birth partner are shown how to continue treatment at home with a moxa stick (ideally between 34–36 weeks’ gestation). Includes moxa sticks for home use.
£90 – London
£75 – Letchworth

Breech presentation treatment

Induction for labour – initial consultation with first treatment (sixty to ninety minutes), subsequent treatments (forty-five minutes to one hour) if needed
Successive treatments over a period of three to five days may be needed to encourage the onset of labour spontaneously.
£125/£75 – London
£85/£50 – Letchworth

Induction for labour


If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment with less then 48 hours' notice, you may incur the full treatment fee. I shall send out automated appointment reminders 72 hours in advance by email and SMS. 


Patients with private medical insurance or health cash plans may be entitled to claim for the full or partial cost of acupuncture treatments by a member of the British Acupuncture Council.

Please click here to download a document listing relevant UK private health insurers, alongside policy details and conditions covered. (This list has been taken from the British Acupuncture Council’s website, and was accurate as of April 2016. Please contact your insurance provider directly and ask for further details.)