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NADA explained

I was introduced to NADA Ear Acupuncture in 2020 by my Oncologist. He suggested I try it to treat the hormonal hot flushes caused by menopause and my cancer treatment. It's routinely offered by UK Breast and Prostate Cancer Charities across the UK, plus is in wide use in UK Prisons and the NHS Drug & Alcohol Service. Worldwide over 25,000 healthcare workers are trained to deliver NADA.

The process involves the gentle insertion of up to five tiny, single use, sterilised needles into specific energetic points in the outer ear. In NADA we call them 'points' rather than needles; they're super fine and stubby compared to a standard acupuncture needle. 

The NADA Protocol has been in use and widely researched for more than 50 years and been found effective for a wide range of conditions. During treatment it's common for people to fall asleep, experience a meditative state or just feel calm and relaxed.

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Experience NADA Ear Acupuncture in a small group setting at Eye Candy in Chesterfield Monday evenings at 6pm (Ladies only) and often also at 7.30pm (all welcome).

To keep even the busiest of minds in a helpful place, you'll be also experiencing Guided Relaxation as the acupuncture goes to work on your Nervous System.  It's a very small group so places are limited and booking is required to secure your seat. Come along with a friend or grab some rare moments to support your own wellbeing. £35 a session 


Just For You 

If you'd prefer to experience NADA privately or aren't free to join in NADA Club on Monday evenings, you can book 121 NADA at Ogston Reservoir at a time and day to suit you. £58 per session or £45 each if you come with a friend or partner.

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