Nicola Rycroft is a professional (AAC/BAF registered) and friendly acupuncturist based in Cringleford, Norwich, Norfolk. She studied Classical Acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) in West Sussex.
"The dew-drop knows the sun only within its own tiny orb" - R.Tagore
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Initial consultation and treatment (60/75 mins) - £60
Follow up treatments (45/60 mins) - £50
Block of 4 (paid upfront) - £180
Initial Consultation and Treatment (60/75 mins) - £70
Follow up treatment (60 mins) - £60
4 session continuation block (paid upfront) - £220
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"I can highly recommend Nicola, she has been wonderful and for this year has completely cured me of my Hayfever! I feel a million times better and I plan to visit again to keep the hay fever at bay. Nicola is kind, and incredibly knowledgeable and you are made to feel comfortable as soon as you arrive."
Mrs W. Norwich
"Having tried acupuncture before with mixed results, my osteopath suggested Nicola Rycroft from Rowan House Health & Wellbeing in Hethersett, just outside of Norwich (she also works at Cringleford). Our first appointment was quite long as I have a very complex medical history but nothing was too much trouble and she listened sympathetically and very professionally. After the first treatment I came home and slept so well and felt so calm but also energised over the following days. I went to her with pain which needed calming down and low energy. After three treatments I felt a huge improvement and I will be returning for further appointments. I can highly recommend Nicola and her treatment."
Mrs J, South Walsham
"Very pleased to let you know that the pain I have had 'for ages' in my left buttock has become intermittent. It seems, sometimes, to try to come back and then thinks better of it! It is so strange for it not to be there. Marvellous feeling. Very well done. You obviously treated exactly the right spot."
Mrs A, Eaton
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