about me

Mandy Brass 25 years ago, I was told my chronic fatigue would take three to five years to improve. I tried acupuncture, and my symptoms disappeared in six weeks. I fell in love with the beauty of traditional Chinese medicine and its ability to heal, and was inspired to change career and study acupuncture.

I am a fully qualified acupuncturist, graduating with BSc (Hons) in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from the University of Westminster in 2000. I subsequently gained an additional diploma in QiGong Tuina (Chinese massage therapy) in 2002.

Since graduating, I have gained significant clinical experience in hospitals and private practice, and have developed specalisation in the fields of fertility, women’s health, and cancer care. Over the past decade, basing myself at an acupuncture fertility clinic, I have supported women trying to conceive both naturally and through assisted conception. My work with cancer and palliative care patients started at St Joseph's Hospice, and I've since set up a similar acupuncture service at the Cancer Centre in Guy's Hospital.

I take an integrated approach to your health and well-being, working alongside other treatments you may be having. Where appropriate, I will give dietary and lifestyle advice. I currently work in private practice in North West London and in Guy’s Cancer Centre, Guy’s Hospital, South East London.

I am a Member of the British Acupuncture Council, member of the Acupuncture Fertility Network, and work in the Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust.