Why Swallow’s Tail?The elegant shape of a swallow’s tail inspired Chinese poets, artists and architects for many centuries. The curved end of a Chinese roof is called a “swallow’s tail”. The traditional Swallow’s Tail roof crowns the Home of Acupuncture, here in London, and symbolises the land in which acupuncture therapy originated from and the style of acupuncture offered at the Swallow’s Tail Clinic.
About your therapist MARINA BROOUN
Marina Brooun has completed her BSc Acupuncture and MSc Chinese Herbal Medicine training at the University of Westminster. She is a member of British Acupuncture Council. Marina is constantly expanding her theoretical and practical knowledge through learning different approaches to holistic treatment. Marina has been practising massage since 2007. She has been refining her massage techniques during all these years. Her understanding of giving and receiving touch was fundamentally transformed by discovering the unique NO HANDS approach to massage.