Traditional Acupuncturist – Sue Kalicinska
Sue Kalicinska is a registered traditional acupuncturist, holding clinics in London and Surrey. She is a graduate of the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) where she also trained in therapeutic massage. Subsequently she has added facial and restorative, and abdominal acupuncture to her skills.
She is a founding member of the British Acupuncture Council and facilitates their continuing professional development programme in London and Surrey. In addition, Sue practices Colour Healing, being a graduate of the Maitreya School of Healing. Sue undertook facilitation training with Free the Inner Voice and facilitates classes and workshops for clients in meditation, personal and business development, healing, and the Yi Jing (I Ching). She holds master classes for acupuncturists. Sue has been in practice since 1987 and founded her first Centre in 1990.
Her professional life started in the field of medical physics and holds degrees in physics and nuclear technology as well as acupuncture. She has been an educator in science and maths both in the UK and in Tuvalu, Oceania and has worked in the field of student welfare.
In conversation with Sue…
“I first experienced acupuncture when searching for relief from hay fever,” says Sue, who comes from a scientific background and holds degrees in physics and nuclear technology as well as acupuncture. “I was amazed to find that not only did I gain relief, but my hay fever was gone. I knew I had found something powerful, and wanted to share the results with others.” She trained as an acupuncturist, and for the last two decades has helped people with problems including back and neck pain, sciatica, frozen shoulder, digestive problems and allergies, hormonal issues, to name a few. “It can also be of benefit for fertility problems in both men and women,” she adds. “Another wonderful aspect of this ancientart is facial revitalization. This gives you the ‘feel good factor’ plus! With facial revitalization you can feel and look good. It is sometimes called cosmetic acupuncture but it does more than reduce wrinkles as it works on your inner well-being as well as the outer appearance.”
“I take a holistic approach to healing, helping people to understand themselves, which allows their body to begin the healing process.”