About me

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Massage (Tui Na). Providing comprehensive solutions for a wide range of conditions.

We aim to treat the root cause of your problem and address it within the context of the whole body. Restoring you to a state of internal balance and homeostasis.

For more information about our therapies and to see if we can help you, please get in touch or visit our website; http://www.rhythmschinesemedicine.co.uk/


Acupuncture is the practice of inserting very thin needles into specific points on the body and can be used in the treatment of a wide range of conditions.
By increasing circulation and regulating the nervous system Acupuncture can improve the body’s own natural healing response.

More than ever people are feeling out of sync with their body and their environment, stressed, overworked and run down.

The majority of patients report feeling extremely relaxed during and after treatments and leave feeling energised, rejuvenated and stress free.

Traditional Chinese Massage

Traditional Chinese Massage (Tui Na) uses a variety of effective techniques to release the muscles, improve circulation and correct any postural misalignments in the body.

It can be used for a wide range of conditions and injuries from Back Pain and Sciatica to Headaches, Stress and Anxiety.

Tui Na Massage uses Deep Tissue Massage techniques and also includes bone setting, joint manipulations and Acupressure.

The diversity of techniques is what makes Chinese Massage stand out and gives it the unique ability to adapt and address many different types of complaints.

Nick Lowe MSc

Nick Lowe holds a Masters Degree in Chinese Medicine and runs clinics in South Oxfordshire. In practice he supports his use of traditional Eastern methods and theory with modern anatomy and physiology for the most effective results.

My aim is to find root cause of your injury or illness and provide a unique solution tailored to you individually.”

Nick specialises in correcting postural misalignments in the body in order to address a wide variety of conditions from physical injuries to gynaecological issues.

Nick has practised Yoga, Taiji and Martial Arts for over 8 years. These studies have given him a unique insight into the addressing the structure of the human body which he applies through his treatments. His training has regularly taken him to Asia, Europe and many parts of the UK in order to further his skills.

Training, qualifications & experience

Nick has previously worked for the Herb Wood Chinese Medicine Clinic in North Wales, The Wallingford Therapy Clinic in Oxfordshire and the Orion Healing Centre in Thailand.


  • Masters Degree in Chinese Medicine (2014-2015) The University of Middlesex
  • Acupuncture Diploma with Distinction (June 2013) Body Harmonics School
  • Masters Diploma in Tui Na with Distinction (January 2013) Body Harmonics School
  • Foundation Diploma in Tui Na with Distinction (June 2012) Body Harmonics School
  • Qi Gong Instructor (June 2013) Lotus Nei Gong: School of Daoist Arts
  • Fully Insured to practice with Holistic Insurance

Ongoing Studies;

  • Continuing Professional Development in Japanese Kiko Style Acupuncture
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine with Frances Turner and Dr Feng

Therapies offered

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30 Minutes – £30       

60 Minutes – £45           

90 Minutes – £60           


10.00 - 20.00 weekdays

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

11 Pheasant Walk

Meadow Cottage
Aston Street
Aston Tirrold
OX11 9DJ

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Type of session

In person
Home visits


Nick Lowe MSc

Nick Lowe MSc