Scalp Acupuncture Masterclass 2019

Scalp Acupuncture 2019

Phoenix Academy had the honour of hosting the Scalp Acupuncture Masterclass on January 12th-13th. The course promised to teach the points, location and theory of scalp acupuncture – and it did not disappoint.

We were lucky enough to have Dr Hui Nie teach the course, as she has had over 30 year’s clinical experience, specialising in scalp acupuncture. She has vast experience in using scalp acupuncture in practice, including for patients with stroke, Alzheimer disease, MS, ME, Parkinson’s disease, etc. She has also lectured at universities all over Europe such as the Swiss SAKE TCM School. Dr Nie is an esteemed researcher and has published over 20 articles on scalp acupuncture application.

The 2-day course focused on theories and needling methods, locations and manipulations of difficult disease such as dementia, strokes and epilepsy. Dr Nie gave deep analysis and demonstrations on how to effectively use the 18 lines of scalp acupuncture.

As the course was a sell-out event and we have had a high demand for scalp acupuncture courses, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting future workshops later this year. The next Scalp Acupuncture masterclass will focus more in-depth on dementia and stroke patients using case-studies and practical demonstrations. If you would like to join the waiting list, please contact

We would like to thank all of the students for participating in the course. Many students travelled from far and wide and we thank you for all for your dedication to the industry and passion to learn. And of course, we would like to thank Dr Hui Nie for this great opportunity and for sharing her knowledge, theory and passion with us.

Although Chinese medicine isn’t taught through primary health care education systems in the UK, Phoenix Academy is continuing to grow. We offer diplomas, CPD courses and conferences for all abilities and all topics. If you would like to know more, please visit our website or if you have an idea for a future course, contact us at



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