Tools of Transformation - An Interview with Jo Joy

The lockdown has affected people in many different ways, and for some people has been a time of profound change.


How do you recognise the impact of these different circumstances on your own situation, and how do you make the transition to a new and better place? Joanne Joy is a healthcare professional with 20 years experience as a Practice Nurse before studying for a degree in acupuncture and starting her own practice as a Registered Member of the British Acupuncture Council. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Tui Na at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading. Jo specialises in helping clients to work through life challenges, whether they be physical or emotional, using a range of techniques.


In this video, Andy Jervis discusses Jo's work with her and learns about the importance of listening in the healing process.


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