About Victoria Moss

"I have a long-standing interest in eastern philosophies and non-Western systems of medicine, particularly since studying anthropology at university. After experiencing the profound and far reaching effects of Five Element Acupuncture myself, I decided to change my career in higher education fundraising and embark on the three-year course to train as a Five Element Acupuncturist.

I studied at the London Institute of Five Element Acupuncture and completed my clinical training as an apprentice to two senior practitioners in 2012. I have also attended several postgraduate courses and I am a fully accredited member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).

I am also trained in Shonishin Paediatric Acupuncture, a Japanese style of non-needle acupuncture designed especially for the treatment of babies and children. It is a very gentle but very effective approach and has a strong therapeutic effect.

The simplicity and transformative power of acupuncture never ceases to amaze me. I love working with each patient to help them to feel better, live with health and vitality, and reach their potential.