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Entrance to Wellness Centre Dumfries
Entrance to Wellness Centre Dumfries

The entrance is is George St Meuse just behind Greyfriars Church

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The waiting room at Wellness Centre Dumfries
The waiting room at Wellness Centre Dumfries

Relax before or after your treatment with a cup of herbal tea

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A chart showing the Acupuncture points
A chart showing the Acupuncture points

This chart is from an ancient text book on Acupuncture these points are still used today

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Entrance to Wellness Centre Dumfries
Entrance to Wellness Centre Dumfries

The entrance is is George St Meuse just behind Greyfriars Church

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Under the current Covid 19 restrictions and guidance from the Scottish Government . We are able to operate under strict guidelines with enhanced cleaning procedures, social distancing and use of PPE. 

The downstairs reception space will be open with seating spaced out to allow for social distancing and the toilet in that area will be available for customer use. Please feel free to sit in the studio space or wait outside if you prefer.There will be hand sanitisation dispensers as well as sanitiser spray. Please remember that you are required to wear a face covering at all times when inside the building.

As we do not have a receptionist at the desk you can easily book and pay for appointments on our online booking system. If that is not possible please call or email to book and put the correct payment into an envelope to bring with you.

There is no need to ring the door bell your therapist will come down to collect you in reception. You can also let your therapist know that you have arrived by sending them a text.

Call Lynda on 07753571212 for information 

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Wellness Centre Dumfries is a relaxing,

peaceful and welcoming space

which is right

in the centre of

Dumfries.

It is run by Lynda Sharp who has been

running a busy Acupuncture practice in

Dumfries and Galloway for the past

27 years.

She specialises in

Traditional Acupucture.

Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture

Chinese Herbal Medicine.

NST (advanced ) Bowen Therapy

She is a full member of the British Acupuncture Association and 

the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine.

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             Lynda Sharp

07753571212

email 

contact@wellnessdumfries.org

Wellness Centre Dumfries 

9 George St Meuse

Dumfries 

DG1 1HH 

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To find us you must walk under the archway from George St right next to St Georges Church. Do not follow Google !

Patients booking appointments can now claim on Private Health Insurance 

Companies on the list include Aviva, Simply Health and many more

 McTimony Chiropractic 

This service is available by appointment

on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays 

You can book an appointment by

contacting

Craig Allinson on 07376 631443

allinsonchiro@gmail.com

https://allinsonchiropractic.janeapp.co.uk/login 

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Genuine Acupuncturists in the UK complete  3+ years of University level training before they are eligible to join the BAcC. Those trained to prescribe herbs complete an additional 2-3 yrs of training before they can join the RCHM 

These organisations set the benchmark for 

professional standards in the UK

WHO the World Health Organisation

supports Acupuncture and has stated that

it is a proven treatment for a long list of diseases https:www.who.int 

China 's TCM hospitals treated 416 million patients in 2012 using Acupuncture and 

Chinese Herbal Medicine 

100 's of millions of people use this medicine all over the world

In the UK 3.14 million people use Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine annually

 

 

so go on give it a try .......... 

White Willow Bark known as Liu Shu Pi 

in TCM.

Used to treat pain and inflammation

Barley is known as Da Mai in TCM and is 

used as a tonic for the body and the digestive system .

It is also something that can be in the larder at home to add to soups and stews 

Barley is known as Da Mai in TCM it is an

excellent tonic for the digestive system

and as a general tonic.It is also something that is in most home kitchens and can be added to soups and stews