New College of Five Element Acupuncture in Dublin

We are delighted to announce that the College of Five Element Acupuncture opened its doors on 12 September 2012 . Declan Rothwell is the Principal and we are teaching a professional 3 year course in Classical Five Element Acupuncture. It will be part time allowing students to continue to meet work and family commitments. The Course complies with the core curriculum and membership standards of the Acupuncture Council of Ireland. Upon graduation, you will be eligible to apply for membership of this organisation. 

This is perhaps, a time to review what you are doing and retrain in a growth area - the health care sector. Students will obtain a professional qualification in acupuncture and have a new career that they can start up immediately after graduation. There is strong interest from the UK and further afield as this is the only Classical Five Element Acupuncture College in the European Union. See for more information or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

And if you've any comments, questions or suggestions you can always contact us directly at any time. We'd love to hear from you.

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What our clients say...

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My headaches are much improved thanks to Classical Five Element Acupuncture. My dependence on medication for relief is at an end thank God. This has allowed me to focus on the important things in my life and not be drained and consumed by headaches.

Anne, Clontarf, Dublin

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Tel: (01) 833 0865

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