Kate Kotlarska

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37 Dudley Gardens, London W13 9LU
37 Dudley Gardens London England W13 9LU GB

BSc (Hons) MBAcC Lic.Ac., Dip Paed Ac, ITEC Holistic  Massage

Kate is a Holistic Therapist, practising Acupuncture; Holistic & Pregnancy Massage.She completed her courses at: the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading and Richdales Institute, and holds the Licentiate in Acupuncture and International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) certification. She is a member of  the British Acupuncture Council and CTHA (Complementary Therapists Association), which guarantees excellence in training, safe practice and professional conduct.

She is fully insured to carry holistic treatments for children and adults.

She initially came to London in 2000 after completing her Masters Degree in Economy in Poland. She joined the Ealing Chiropractic Clinic team in 2002 as an office manager. I received numerous treatments from therapists at the clinic. I became inspired to study manual therapies myself. After completing a course in Holistic and Pregnancy Massage,she graduated from the Acupuncture course at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in Reading. To further help her patients and their families she has completed a two year Diploma Paediatric Acupuncture Course with Julian Scott, author of “The Treatment of Children with Chinese Medicine”. The course included a practical “painless” needle technique and paediatric TCM theory. She has also attended a numerous lectures and courses by Rebecca Avern which expanded her knowledge on treating young children and teenagers; as well as a Japanese Paediatric course with Stephen Birch, where she learned non insertive Japanese techniques (Shonishin), and a Paediatric Tuina with Elisa Rossi, where she learned simple strokes that can be taught to parents to help their children.

She enjoys treating babies, children and teenagers and keeps exploring more ways to help them feel their best.

With adult patients Kate believes they can help themselves with sometimes small lifestyle amendments like dietary changes, introducing /reducing exercises.