In the early days of An Shen Acupuncture my treatment room was a delightful space on the second floor above a hairdresser’s salon. We were in a beautiful old building with wonky floors, leaning walls, and low ceilings.
My journey to become a (World Health Organization recommended standard of training and British Acupuncture Council registered member) Traditional Acupuncturist involved studying on a 3 year full-time Bachelor of Science degree course. My inspiration for doing so as a mature student followed an amazing turnaround in my own health having had acupuncture treatment, but that’s another story!
Back to this one – towards the end of my third year of study I had to produce a business plan. At that time I had already found what would be my first treatment room and the actual writing of the plan was flowing quite well.
The magazine articles pictured above are from the November issue of ‘Red’ and are personal accounts from two beauty editors about their decisions to have or not have injectables. Big thanks here to Sue for waving them in front of my face and prompting me (kicking me firmly in the butt) to stop with the research and start writing!