Joanne Dyson MBAcC MA(Oxon)
I was born in Taiwan and studied Philosophy, Psychology & Physiology at University College, Oxford.
After graduation, I worked in the City for 10 years before entering into a 4-year degree-level training in acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. In 2004, I gained my qualification with Northern College in York.
- Registered member of British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) since 2005.
- Tutor and BAcC-registered mentoring supervisor in acupuncture.
- Volunteer acupuncturist at the Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre, St James’s Hospital.
More about me
- My style of acupuncture is heavily influenced by Dr Young Wei-Chieh, a direct disciple of Master Tung. I was also fortunate enough to have studied with late Dr HH Ni and late Dr Richard Tan. Both shared their invaluable insights from decades of clinical practice.
- I host workshops on advanced acupuncture theory and techniques. I also hold a Postgraduate Certificate of Clinical Education from University of Leeds.
Outside of acupuncture
- The relationship between mind and body always fascinates me. This led me to the training in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and I am now a Certified Master Practitioner.
- Treasurer of Leeds Bereavement Forum, a charity aiming to overcome social stigma about death, to provide training and signpost bereavement services in Yorkshire.
- A keen pianist. I also practice yoga and run outdoors.