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I only needed three sessions before we thankfully and successfully conceived our beautiful son. - Sarah Norman

SARAH MAJOR - MBAcC   Lic.Ac.   PGcert.

With more than 25 years’ experience, Sarah is one of the most experienced acupuncture practitioners in the country.

She has established and developed a successful and diverse practice in Sussex and has a particular passion for women's health, including menopause, menstrual and gynaecological disorders and fertility. Sarah has successfully treated hundreds of patients wishing to conceive naturally or with assisted fertility techniques to achieve their dream.

From 2008 - 2021 Sarah lectured at ICOM (International College of Oriental Medicine) where she combined her knowledge of both clinical and academic expertise to share her knowledge and experience with those wishing to study the ancient art of acupuncture. In 2018 she took up the post of Clinic Director at ICOM and became a member of both ICOM's and the BAcC's (British Acupuncture Council) board of Governors in 2021.

As a lecturer Sarah taught undergraduates from Greenwich and Brighton Universities and postgraduate qualified acupuncturists, who wished to specialise in the field of women’s health.

Being trained as a general practitioner, she has a broad and varied skill set to provide acupuncture to patients with conditions ranging from digestive disorders, headaches, migraines, skin conditions to joint and muscle pain.

Sarah is a member of the BAcC – the largest UK professional body for traditional acupuncture, which is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

The BAcC sets the highest standards of professional practice for the acupuncture profession in the UK and, as a member, she is  committed to following both their Code of Professional Conduct and the Code of Safe Practice for Acupuncture, which defines the standards for the safe and hygienic practice of acupuncture.

As a British Acupuncture Accreditation Board (BAAB) qualified member Sarah is  degree-level trained and has full anatomy and physiology training with an focus on risk and safety and, after many years in practice, has carried out over 30,000 individual treatments.

For more information about what being a BAcC member practitioner means and for further details on the BAcC’s role in upholding safety standards visit:


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