Jadelin Gangbo

Jadelin is a qualified Acupuncturist of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a Tui-Na massage practitioner. He can offer Cupping as part of an Acupuncture or Tui-Na treatment.
He is a full member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists.
Jadelin treats both, Physical and Psycho-Emotional pain. He is also experienced in the fields of Fertility and Pregnancy. He has helped many clients with common pregnancy conditions such as breach presentation, morning sickness, and induction.
Ever since his training in 2014 at the University of Westminster, where he graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture and Tui-Na Massage, he has developed a particular interest in the role of emotions on peoples’ wellbeing.

Jadelin observed throughout years of practice how closely related the mental state of a person, their history and lifestyle, and their physical and emotional health are. He believes that a large majority of aliments, even the physical ones, stem from the subtle realm of the emotions, which are in turn an expression of the person’s soul, spirit, Shen.
In fact, Jadelin believes that the spirit of a person draws its own plans for the pursuit of specific missions in life. For some reason however, often social reasons (family, work, relationships) the needs of the soul, can be muted by the social mind, creating internal conflicts that in the long term can generate physical and emotional ailments. Using the words of the psychologist James Hillman (whose works on the role of the shadows greatly inspires Jadelin’ s practice), it is referred to as the “Call of the Soul”.
Any event that creates a ‘dysfunction’, say, a panic attack (from the Greek God of Wildness Pan) can be considered as a call of the soul, to free oneself from a constrictive lifestyle.

Jadelin believes that the role of acupuncture, is to clear these lifecycle blockages that prevent a person to trust oneself enough to live as close as possible to the present, to experience life from the natural mind rather than the social mind. Healing can come as a result because dysfunctions do not exist in the present moment. Least of all in the natural world. The body relaxes when you are present to yourself, the qi flows freely and so does the blood.

Jadelin can use a combination of Acupuncture, Tui-Na massage, and auxiliary techniques such as Cupping and Gua-Sha during his treatments, depending on the presenting conditions his client is experiencing. He also gives dietary, and lifestyle advice, as an integrative part of his treatments.
In 2020, Jadelin further refined his massage techniques, taking an advanced Tui-Na Massage course held by the eminent Sarah Pritchard, at the City College of Acupuncture.


Acupuncture    Tui-Na Massage    Cosmetic Acupuncture