Hormone Resilience...my approach

Hello, I’m Tracey Acupuncturist. I nurture fertility, offer safe care in pregnancy and navigate women through the menopause and healthy ageing. My evidence-based and Chinese Medicine approach might be just what you need for mind and body.

This is Me

I’ve spent two decades working to help others feel better and achieve their health and wellbeing goals.  I’ve many years accumulating experience, knowledge and technical skills.  I think a lot, analyse, read and do.  I work with head, heart and hands. I’ve a wide health lens spanning biomedicine, Traditional Chinese medicine and complementary therapies. 

What I Do

I’m expert in fertility, assisted reproduction, pregnancy and the menopause and have worked with countless women and couples. I can support you through the hormonal and health challenges of fertility, pregnancy and before and after the menopause, with my experience, empathy and dedicated care. I engage with you to bring insight into your health, create wellbeing partnerships and through this powerful engagement effect change. Are you ready?

Explore my website, read about my practice of care, how I connect, what I can do for you.  Optimise your health and wellbeing with my support and care; this is the start.  Let’s do this together. 

Choose Your Treatment

Trying for a Baby

My Naturally Fertile Programme enhances hormonal effectiveness, reduces stress, improves your diet and general wellbeing.

Going Through IVF

Your Assisted Conception Protocol will be optimised with my Fertile Support Programme to increase your chances of success.

Already Pregnant

From early Pregnancy through to Birth, my acupuncture eases your journey. 

Hormone Resilience

Shifting hormones start well before the menopause.  My Yang Sheng Nourishment of Life programme offers a route to vitality and to help you traverse this transition.

Client Stories

Blog

Before and just after the menopause is a critical window in a time of physiological flux in women, where we have an opportunity for intervention to prevent later illness. Essentially …

The bacteria in the vagina or its microbiome has been linked to poor reproductive health such as infertility, poor IVF results, frequent miscarriage, pre-term birth and frequent infections, including bacterial …

It is January and I know many of you will be at the gym or attending a new exercise classes to counter the excess of the festive season, but actually …

I use the word ‘dose’ rather than number of sessions because in effect that’s what we need to consider for treatment effectiveness. It’s like taking a pill: “Would 500mg of …

As part of your road to enhancing your fertility you may have surgery to remove fibroids and endometriosis.  You may do a fresh IVF cycle where eggs are collected from …

We didn’t use to exercise historically; our everyday physical activity was our exercise. Walking to work, cleaning the house, digging, chopping wood, hunting for food and only in our modern …