Michaela is retiring from clinical practice

Michaela is retiring from clinical practice

Traditional acupuncturist Michaela Harvey Lawrence (nee Storer) is retiring from her clinical work here at Woolpit Clinics. As her colleague and more importantly, as Michaela’s daughter, I know that this has been a long and difficult decision to make.

Michaela trained in Five Element Acupuncture for three years at the College of Traditional Acupuncture in Leamington Spa, followed by two years post graduate study in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) at the college of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading.

She has been in practice since August 2002 and is partner at Woolpit Clinics.

In her time as a traditional acupuncturist, Michaela has been able to work with a wide number of people and it is they, that she would like to thank most.

Woolpit Complementary - Emma and MichaelaI would like to thank you all for your support over the years and wish you all well for the future.

It has been a pleasure and an honour to have had such a busy and diverse practice and I have been blessed with knowing some very special people and for that I will remain eternally grateful.

Love, light and blessings to you all.


Michaela will remain partner at Woolpit Clinics for the foreseeable future and is moving on,  starting a new chapter, to pursue personal projects.

Here at Woolpit Clinics, to say that we will miss her greatly, is an understatement. Since the beginning of Woolpit Complementary (as we were named initially), Michaela was the architect of our practice. Today, what you see and how you feel, when you visit Woolpit Clinics, is thanks to Michaela’s inspiration and design.

We wish Michaela every possible success for the future and we hope you will join us in sharing your love and support as a fitting tribute to her generosity of spirit, both in her role as an acupuncturist as well as the beautiful person she is.


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