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Jennie Sheringham

Jennie has been an acupuncturist and reflexologist for thirty eight years, previously working as a community nurse and midwife.  She is also a mother and grandmother.


In addition to treating symptoms of pain, stress, grief, anxiety, addictions, backache, headaches, hormonal imbalances etc Jennie is a fertility and pregnancy specialist and offers treatment and support for women's health, fertility and pregnancy management. Her wisdom and knowledge have helped many couples through very difficult times and supported them in their quest to become parents.


Jennie also helps with weight control and skin care and has a wide knowledge of  Neal’s Yard Remedies products.  She offers a cosmetic facial acupuncture package which can benefit the health and appearance of your skin and includes Moxa and massage to make you feel as pampered as if you've been to a spa day.


Jennie has been working in the medical and complementary therapy professions for over fifty years. With her unique experience and holistic health care knowledge she aims to help you achieve the best possible health and vitality.

Availability: Tuesday 1.30-6pm

Other appointments by arrangement through NYR Cheltenham


Sarah Ellis

Sarah Ellis is a fully qualified and fully licensed traditional acupuncturist.  She completed her three years’ degree level training at The Acupuncture Academy, Leamington Spa in 2022, and has previously studied courses in Biomedicine and Naturopathic Medicine in London. Sarah is a member of the British Acupuncture Council, and is registered with the Professional Standards Authority, which is a government-led body, set up to regulate health and social care providers in the UK.


Sarah specialises in Five Element acupuncture, and combines this with TCM, Cupping and Gua Sha techniques, in order to tailor a bespoke treatment plan to each of her patients.  By treating each patient as a whole, the Five Element acupuncture practitioner considers the Body, Mind and Spirit of the patient, therefore addressing symptoms at their root and encouraging a deeper sense of well being.  Alongside improvements to their primary complaint, patients often notice that they are enjoying better sleep, better digestion, a lighter mood and better mobility after just a few sessions.


Acupuncture can be used to treat a diverse range of conditions, including mental ill-health, digestive symptoms, musculoskeletal pain, menopause, reproductive issues, skin conditions, hay fever, headaches and pregnancy symptoms.  For further information, and examples of the latest acupuncture research, please visit

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