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Chevonne offers:

Acupuncture in the multibed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays: £30/session; £27/session for our BeWell members.

We welcome last minute Multibed bookings – please call Anahata 01273 698687 to check last minute availability, as it is not possible to book appointments online with less than 24 hours notice.

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Chevonne Kord BSc (Hons), Lic. Ac., MBAcC

I completed my studies in Acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine, where I earned a BSc (Hons) Degree. As a fully certified and insured member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), I adhere strictly to their Codes of Professional Conduct, Ethics, and Safe Practice. I integrate Traditional Chinese Medicine, Five Element theory, and Classical Stems and Branches theory into my diagnostic methods and treatments. Depending on individual needs, I use a combination of acupuncture, acupressure, moxibustion and cupping.

Coming from a family of nurses I’ve had a lifelong interest in healthcare, and have always gravitated towards a holistic approach, focusing on the whole person rather than isolated symptoms or conditions. My personal experience with acupuncture for pain relief revealed its unique benefits, igniting a passion for Chinese medicine which I use for myself and my family. I am a good listener and encourage my clients to share their experiences and concerns. My goal as a therapist is to inspire individuals to take an active role in their own healthcare.

Physical, emotional, and mental health are fully interdependent and in Chinese medicine the emphasis is always on the individual rather than the illness. Traditional acupuncturists are trained in subtle diagnostic techniques to identify imbalances in the body that may lead to illness and disease. Many factors contribute to these imbalances, emotional and physical stress, poor nutrition, infection or injury, to name a few.  Acupuncturists believe that illness and pain arise when the body’s vital energy (qi) does not flow freely. By inserting ultra-fine sterile needles into specific acupuncture points, a traditional acupuncturist aims to reestablish balance, release endorphins, and trigger the body’s natural healing mechanisms.

With over two thousand years of practice and supported today by evidence-based research, acupuncture stands as a valuable part of our healthcare system, effectively treating a wide range of physical and emotional conditions, both acute and chronic. Appropriate for all ages, including children and the elderly, acupuncture is safe, free from side effects, and can be utilized alone or in conjunction with Western medical treatments. For detailed information on how acupuncture can assist with specific conditions, please refer to the British Acupuncture Council’s Research Fact Sheets.


Although my left knee is still tender, it’s so much better. I can sit and stand without assistance and bend my knee up to my chest, it’s been years since I was able to do that.” James R., age 80.

I’ve been seeing Chevonne for a few months now and feel so much better, in fact my sister’s birthday is coming up soon and I’m going to buy her some sessions as a gift as I think it will really help her too.” Jesse D.

Chevonne has a warm and friendly manner, is a good listener and skilled acupuncturist. I highly recommend her and I’m delighted to be treated by her.” Zoe A.

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