Why Choose Us For Acupuncture

The practice is well-established and highly-regarded and was founded over ten years ago on the principals of excellence in patient care and clinical rigour. We are proud of our clinical achievements and have many success stories to our name.  We are consistently rated as ‘Excellent’ in patient experience via third-party feedback forums.

Practising acupuncture is both an art and a science and we are constantly engaging with research into the practice of acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and its link with western medicine and other treatment modalities.  We are actively committed to ongoing professional development and post-graduate education.  At heart, acupuncture is energy medicine and we seek to cultivate our own energy (through the practice of Qi Gong / Tai Chi) as well as that of our patients and pay close attention to the ebb and flow of Qi all our treatments.  We are orientated toward health, wellness and well-being and recognise this can be achieved in part or fully by everyone, regardless of their starting point.  We draw on the rich canon of Chinese medicine to provide comprehensive, holistic and effective treatments and do so with passion and integrity.

We are a recognised teaching practice and are committed to the development of aspiring and student acupuncturists, and the profession as a whole.

Our patients and clients are at the very heart of everything we do and drive all our decision-making, big and small.   We ensure our clinical practices are clear, transparent and stand up to scrutiny – and we achieve this through regular audits and feedback systems.  We practice acupuncture in a collaborative and entirely patient-focused way.

We have a 100% commitment to sustained excellence in safe and effective clinical practice, and total patient care.

We are passionate advocates for acupuncture and Chinese medicine and its place within healthcare in our modern life, and we absolutely love what we do!

Meet The Team!

Samantha Hamilton Stent

Acupuncture  |  Herbal Medicine  |   Tui Na Therapy

Practising acupuncture and Chinese medicine is one of the great joys in my life.  I see every day the immediate and lasting effects this traditional medicine has on people’s lives and the difference it can make, in ways big and small.  I have been in clinical practice as an acupuncturist for well over a decade and during that time I have been privileged to have worked with humans at every stage of life, from teeny tiny babies to people enjoying old, old age.  To date my oldest patient has been 98 years and my youngest, just 6 days! I have worked with many patients facing huge health obstacles in my work running the acupuncture service at St Catherine’s hospice; I have worked with people who are fit and healthy and want to stay that way and everyone in between. I love to hear my patients’ stories and help them sometimes at the most vulnerable times of their lives.  It is quite something to be allowed into people’s lives and to be part of their journey, whatever the destination.

I have a strong foundation in the academics of health by virtue of my first degree in health science and have been working in the research and delivery of health and medicine all my career. I toggle between both Eastern and Western medical systems with ease and this fluency enables me to work in partnership with western medical doctors and other Chinese medicine practitioners.   In addition to my clinical work,  I am a lecturer and faculty member at the Northern College of Acupuncture in York and teach undergraduate acupuncture students.

I have a busy and fun life outside of the clinic and am mum to two girls.  I enjoy getting out and about in the countryside with my dog and love writing.


BScHons Acupuncture (First-Class Honours)

Licentiate in Acupuncture

PG Dip. Gynaecology, Fertility & Obstetric Acupuncture

Dip. HE Oriental Medicine

Dip. HE Tuina (Chinese physical therapy)

Licentiate in Tuina

Prof. Dip Chinese Herbal Medicine

Certified Practitioner of NLP

BScHons Health Science (First-Class Honours)


The British Acupuncture Council

The Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine

The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council

The Royal Society of Medicine

The British Society of Lifestyle Medicine

The Acupuncture Fertility Network

Zita West Affiliated Acupuncture Network

Samantha Hamilton-Stent

Netta Murray

Acupuncture  |   Tui Na Therapy

After years of having acupuncture, I could no longer ignore my desire to learn the magic of this traditional medicine.  I trained at the City College of Acupuncture and graduated with first class honours.  I am a sessional lecturer at the college, supporting undergraduate acupuncturists in their learning of this amazing medicine.

I take a holistic approach to my treatments, ensuring they are gentle and nurturing.  I am also a practitioner of Tuina, a remedial body-work therapist, and have a background in nutrition, abdominal-sacral therapy and sports massage.

When I am not working, I am often chasing something – be it my son, my dog or a tennis ball at my local club!


Licentiate in Acupuncture

Licentiate in Tui Na

Diploma in Sports Massage

Diploma in Abdominal-Sacral Therapy

BA (Hons) Modern Languages


The British Acupuncture Council

Institute for Sports and Remedial Massage

Netta Murray

Linsday Day


I am a graduate of the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine which brings together the displipines of TCM and 5-Element acupuncture.  I have been working in healthcare all my professoinal career and am a qualified  nurse and midwife.  Outside of work, I love cycling and am also an aromatherapist.


BSc(Hons) Acupuncture

Licentiate in Acupuncture


Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy


The British Acupuncture Council

The Nursing and Midwifery Council

Lindsay Day

Anne Christensen

Acupuncture  |  Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

Having experienced fantastic effects from acupuncture on myself, I decided to study Chinese medicine after a decade-long career as a creative designer and art director in luxury fashion advertising. I graduated as an acupuncturist from the City College of Acupuncture in London where I also occasionally assist in teaching undergraduates.

As a practitioner of Chinese medicine, my biggest enjoyment is witnessing a patient’s unique journey of recovery. I have a special interest in gynaecology and women’s health problems as well as hormone related headaches and migraines.  I also have a special interest in holistic facial acupuncture and one of my favourite tools of the trade is the Gua Sha technique because of its amazing effects on improving the complexion – it’s also a great use-at-home strategy for use in between treatments.

I hail from Denmark but have spent the last 12 years in London. Outside of acupuncture I spend most of my time on design, craft and music.


Licentiate in Acupuncture


The British Acupuncture Council

Anne Christensen

Katharine Wray

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

I am a professional member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council)  FPC (The Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling) and I adhere to their code of ethics and working practice.

I am an experienced Psychodynamic Psychotherapist practising both privately and within the NHS. I gained my Post Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from WPF, one of the leading academic and clinical institutions for psychotherapy in the UK.

Katharine Wray

Kim Munro

Reception  |   Clinic Assistance

I have had a varied and interested working life;  I worked at Boots the chemist,  then went on to be a beauty consultant for Roc and Revlon cosmetics.

For the last 16 years I have had an enjoyable time working at British Airways;  first as a Customer Service Agent, then latterly as Cabin Crew flying all over the world. I have lots of experience working with diverse range of people including helping passengers with reduced mobility and additional needs.

I love being creative and have been sewing since the age of four!   I am an accomplished artist and particularly love portraiture.  I also really love keeping fit and active and practice yoga, and enjoy cycling, swimming and hiking.  I Recently hiked up Mount Snowdon,  Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike.

Kim Munro