Lula completed a 3 year degree licentiate with the City College of Acupuncture, a school accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and abide by a code of ethics which maintains high standards of education, discipline and practice.
Lula trained as a Theatre Designer at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art & Design in London & as a Butoh dancer in Denmark. She also worked in the Fashion, Opera and Film Industries for more than a decade.
Due to multiple dance injuries and highly demanding job pressures, her health started to deteriorate rapidly. The struggle to get ‘fixed’ began, leading to demoralising and endless different Western Medicine diagnosis and medications.
It was by recommendation, and ultimate desperation, that led to her first acupuncture treatment. It was then when her personal journey to self-discovery deepened.
Acupuncture had a profound impact on her emotional wellbeing so much so that Lula embarked in a lifetime pursuit to discover the knowledge and philosophies behind this ancient Medicine.
Lula has specialist interests in psycho-emotional conditions such as anxiety and depression, musculoskeletal injuries and women’s health.