Acupuncture in Sport / Lower Limb Acupuncture course
Online course covering the application of acupuncture in the treatment of hip, knee, ankle & foot problems.
Advanced Dry Needling Update
Move your dry needling skills forward with our advanced dry needling masterclass.
ONLINE CPD: Acupuncture for Headaches, Neck and Facial Pain
Online course covering the application of acupuncture in the treatment of headaches, neck and facial pain.
ONLINE CPD: Acupuncture for Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist Pain
Online course covering the application of acupuncture in the treatment of shoulder, elbow and wrist pain.
ONLINE CPD: Acupuncture General Update
This fully online course covers safety, clinical reasoning, combined with easy to apply recipes for conditions at the neck, shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle.
ONLINE CPD: Acupuncture in Women's Health
Specialist course for those looking to gain confidence in acupuncture and needling for Women’s Health issues.
The Acupuncture Clinical Companion
The go-to acupuncture resource for busy clinicians, looking for a quick-to-access, easy-to-follow recipe guide for almost any problem presented in your clinic.
Frequently asked questions
A midwife can practise acupuncture following the successful completion of a Breeze Academy acupuncture course. The term Acupuncturist, however, is a protected title for those that have completed a relevant degree.
A midwife that wishes to practise acupuncture in the UK should complete the Breeze Academy Foundation course to start using acupuncture as part of their usual care.
Our foundation acupuncture courses are studied online and in-person at a workshop. It typically takes around a month to complete both. Online components are studied in your own time, at your own pace, so can be completed as quickly or slowly as you wish.
Nurses that practise acupuncture are able to offer drug-free pain relief, as well as support for patients that suffer with more systemic issues such as hot flushes.
Our midwifery acupuncture foundation course is designed with midwives specifically in mind, to ensure that they leave our training feeling safe, confident and effective.