Want to improve your health and happiness?
Our unique ‘Change One Thing’ approach looks at how you are performing in each of the four key areas of an optimal lifestyle and highlights the one that will benefit you the most from targeted support. We can then create a tailored plan for you with detailed advice as to how to improve your weakest link.
Four Key Lifestyle MOT:
How I work
Over my 20 years in practice I have strived to become more and more proficient at building the relationship between my patients and myself based on mutual respect and an authentic and genuine connection to promote health and wellness.
I have had a passion for Health, Fitness and Spirituality since my teens. My study and practice has matured over the years and as part of my own personal development process I have undertaken spiritual retreat in Rishi Valley in India and also in the UK. This is the deeper foundation from which my work flows.
My Practice has its grounding in Traditional Chinese Medicine, but I integrate all of the my training and experience in a flexible manner, enabling the treatment to be tailored and adapted to suit the needs of each individual patient.
An abundance of scientific evidence as well as personal experience has confirmed that the physical, mental and emotional aspects of a condition are intricately interwoven, and cannot fundamentally be separated. I work with the patient for them to develop a clearer perspective of their condition and overall health, and provide them with the tools and support to address their condition and maintain Optimum Health in-between and after treatments.
Parmjit has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) since 1993, having qualified from The London School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (LSATCM) and the London Academy of Oriental Medicine (LAOM). He has supervised acupuncture teaching clinics and worked in the acupuncture departments of a London NHS hospital.
- Acupuncture – including Moxibustion; Cupping; Auricular Therapy
- Chinese Herbal Medicine
- Yoga; Meditation – Pranayam (Breathing) Techniques
- Dietary Therapy – Using principles from TCM along with current Nutritional Methods and Supplements