Charlotte Morgan

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Acupuncture & Massage Therapist

BSc (hons)T.C.M.  Acupuncture
Mem BAcC.
Dip. I.T.E.C. Therapeutic Massage

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Charlotte began working as a therapist over twenty years ago. She qualified first as a massage therapist, and continued on into the field of Chinese medicine and acupuncture.

She became increasingly aware of the “eastern” approach to health and healing, whilst travelling extensively in India. This prompted her to begin her training as an acupuncturist in 1998, including extra studies in Qi Gong Tui na (Traditional Chinese Massage), yoga, shiatsu and moxibustion techniques.

Charlotte has been working at the Islington and Clerkenwell clinics since 2005 and treated a variety of people with many different health problems.  Charlotte specialises in muscular skeletal conditions and the effects of stress on the body and mind. In clinical practice she takes a holistic approach and incorporates lifestyle advice including diet and exercise from both eastern and western traditions. She feels passionate about the ability of complementary therapy to facilitate positive change in a person’s wellbeing.

Charlotte is currently attending a two year British Weel of Yoga teacher training course with LYTTG.

Charlotte works at both our Goswell Road and Prebend Street Clinics.


Charlotte Morgan is a master of her craft.  That matters if, like me, you have Parkinson’s Disease.  It is a disease that responds well to massage, acupuncture, exercise, and diet  – provided you know what you are about.  Charlotte Morgan does.  She is one of the best therapists I have had.  I have found her combination of careful listening, choice of therapy, and “thinking” hands has been effective in dealing with the latest “moves” made by the disease.

Dr Dominick Jenkins

I saw Charlotte Morgan for chronic stiffness in the neck and uppper back pain.  The outcome has been extremely good and has exceeded my epectations.  I now enjoy a level of flexibility and comfort I had not experienced for some years.  Charlotte is an exceptional practitioner in my view.  Having had various treatments both in Europe and the Far East, hers has exceeded all these in terms of a positive outcome, and has been more akin to having had a surgery

Cassian Garbett, Furniture Maker / Carpenter