Ms Yan Yun

graduated Beijing university of traditional Chinese medicine in1985

    • She studied on both traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine for 5 years

    • She worked at acupuncture department in Beijing traditional Chinese  medicine hospital for 14 years before she came to UK

    • Ms Yan Yun has working Chinese medicine acupuncture clinic since 1999 in Edinburgh UK

    • Ms Yan Yun is a senior practitioner and rich knowledge for both Chinese herbs and acupuncture in TCM.

    • she is running her own Chinese Medical Clinic in Edinburgh for 17 years.

    • Observing strict codes of professional conduct and safe practice, Ms YanYun is praised widely by her customers.

You need to know TCM

Traditional Chinese medicine is an ancient system of health and wellness that’s been used in China for thousands of years. Western medicine focuses mainly on treating disease. But TCM looks at your entire well-being. TCM treatments often focus on ways to promote and maintain the flow of Qi. Qi is also called life energy or vital energy. The belief is that it runs throughout your body. It’s always on the move and constantly changes by Yin and Yang. These are opposites that describe the qualities of Qi. Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of “yin” and “yang” of the life force known as “Qi” . Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces. Qi flow through meridians in the human body. These meridiens and energy flows are accessible through about 350 acupuncture points in the body. According to TCM, these ideas play out in our bodies. When you balance the yin and yang of Qi, you feel healthy and well. TCM aims to create harmony and a healthy flow of Qi.

What do we do


Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body. By inserting needles into specific points along these meridians, acupuncture practitioners believe that your energy flow will re-balance. for the majority of cases, the needles will be left in points for twenty to thirty minutes.

Chinese herbs

Rather than prescribing specific herbs, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine typically combine a number of different herbs in formulas selected depending on the patient's individual needs according to the symptoms. These formulas may be given as teas or powders.

Cupping Cupping therapy

Cupping is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, practice that involves briefly applying rounded inverted cups to certain parts of the body using a vacuum effect. Long used in traditional Chinese medicine and other ancient healing systems, cupping has gained considerable popularity in recent years .

most common symptoms that we help
    • Chronic Pain Relief. Joint, Neck, Shoulder& Lower Back Problems.

    • Catching  cold,flu,virus,rhinitis, Hay fever

    • Stress, Anxiety, Depression.

    • Fertility, Prostate,

    • Skin problem: Psoriasis.Acne and eczema,

    • Women’s health problems such as PMT, irregular menstruation and menopause

    • Poor circulation. Rheumatism. Arthritis.

    • Migraine. Insomnia. Fatigue.

    • Digestive disorders

Price list


£15 initial consultation


£50 per session/ £250 for 5 sessions plus 1 free session/ 45 minutes per session

Chinese dry herbs

£15/100g mix herbs for one day or two days

Chinese herbal powder

£55 per bottle for 7-10 days


£35 per session for 25 minutes

Contact us

Ms Yan Yun

Address:16 clerk street, Edinburgh, eh8 9hx