Jeremy Marshall BSc (Hons) BacC
Jeremy graduated with a degree in Chinese medicine Acupuncture from the University of Westminster in 2007. He has been practicing tai chi for twenty years as well and is fascinated with Chinese philosophy, medicine, and martial arts. Jeremy absolutely loves what he does and has spent the last six years studying classical Chinese medicine to deepen his understanding of the human condition in both wellness and illness.
Intro about Jeremy
My mother practiced aromatherapy and shiatsu when I was growing up, and in hindsight, this influenced me greatly. When I was 22, I began practicing tai chi and qigong which then led me to an interest in Chinese philosophy and medicine, from there I knew then I would, at some point, study Chinese medicine and Acupuncture.
Bio about Acupuncture
Chinese medicine is a complete medical system based on the study of nature. It understands the human condition in its entirety and can help us in our quest for wellness and through illness. It is one of the worlds oldest and most complete medical systems, practiced for over 2000 years. Acupuncture is one of the tools we use in Chinese medicine to bring about change in the body. Because there is no separation between the mind and the body, we can treat physical, emotional and systemic problems using Acupuncture.
How long have you been at the Heeler Centre and what do you enjoy most about it?
I have worked at the heeler centre for nine years and love the vibe we have created. The Centre is different from other clinics as the patient is central. We readily cross-refer to each other to find the best solution for the patient.
Why did you choose Acupuncture?
I am deeply fascinated by it. And, because I want to practice something that is endlessly evolving, like music but with the ability to help people.
What do you most enjoy about your work?
Creating a space where people can transform and free themselves from physical and emotional restrictions.
What are your Specialisms?
I don't specialise but treat a full range of things that people present, such as physical pain, emotional problems, deep-set chronic system conditions.
What conditions do you most enjoy treating
All musculoskeletal problems, back neck and shoulder pain, tennis elbow, sciatica, and other systemic issues such as menopause, ME or IBS.
When are you at the Heeler Centre?
Monday mornings and all day Wednesday