Feras Jerjis

Dip Ac MBAcC, Traditional Acupuncturist



Auto immune conditions, skin conditions, headaches and migraines, treating children

Feras is a graduate of the Northern College of Acupuncture in York where he gained an interest in gynaecology after spending most of his clinical placement with Mandy Metcalfe.  He received initial training in oriental medicine from Neil Thompson, one of the best established practitioners in the North of England and medical chi kung from Dr Bisong Guo over several years.

Feras worked at Newcastle Sports Injury Clinic for a number of years dealing with athletes up to Olympic level, giving him excellent grounding in treating muscular skeletal conditions.  Eventually, his interest in gynaecology lead him to be known for promoting fertility, his success in helping couples have children lead him to study paediatric acupuncture with Julian Scott, thus making him one of only a handful of acupuncturists trained to treat children.   His clinical expertise also includes menopausal conditions and anxiety disorders.  In addition, Feras has a particular interest in some auto immune syndromes.

For the last few years after training with Taoist master Jeffrey Yuen and one of his students, Tim Sullivan, Feras has revitalised his practice by incorporating teaching from classical Chinese medicine and gua sha into his treatments.

His commitment towards his development involves attending courses in the UK, Europe and the USA as well as travelling to China and Hong Kong to further his teaching and refine his skills.

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Post Graduate Courses Attended



25th/26th November 2023
Eight Extra Meridians – Ann Cecil Sterman

11th June 2023
Master Tung Style Acupuncture: Part Three – Alexander Humphries

12th February 2023
Master Tung Style Acupuncture: Part Two – Alexander Humphries

18th September 2022
Introduction to Master Tung Style Acupuncture for Painful Conditions – Alexander Humphries

16th and 17th July 2022
The Clinical Application of the Luo Mai – Ann Cecil-Sterman

16th January 2022
Pain and the Brain Module 3 – Nicole Oliver, MChiro, BSc(Hons), PgDip(MSK Neuroscience)

20th and 21st July 2019
How We Live and How We Die – Jeffrey C Yuen London Seminar

9th to 13th October 2019
Introduction to Tui Na – Tim Sullivan

27th and 28th October 2018
Luo Channels Part II – Tim Sullivan

9th and 10th June 2018
Sinew channels of Classical Chinese Acupuncture – Ann Cecil-Sterman, M.S., L.Ac.

11th February 2018
ITC Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work

28th and 29th October 2017
An Introduction to Luo Channels – Tim Sullivan

19th August 2017
Acupuncture in the Treatment of Mental Health Conditions – Chris Nortley

12th March 2017
Newcastle Acupuncture Symposium

22nd and 23rd October 2016
Divergent Meridians Part II – Tim Sullivan

24th and 25th October 2015
An Introduction to Divergent Meridians – Tim Sullivan

21st and 22nd February 2015
Gua Sha Part I – Tim Sullivan

1st to 3rd August 2014

Channel Palpation and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Conditions – Worcester Community Acupuncture – Yefim Gamgoneishvili

22nd and 23rd March 2014
An Introduction to Sinew Acupuncture – Tim Sullivan

25th and 26th February 2012

Acupuncture in Gynaecology and Fertility Seminar – York – Jani White LicAc MBAcC ACT AFN

22nd June 2011
Continuing Practitioner Development – Acurea Education

16th February 2011
Continuing Practitioner Development – Acurea Education

3rd February 2010
Anatomy Training on Cadaver Studies, The Lower Limb – Pilates Union UK

February 2010
NLP Eye Movement Integration and Generative Change Practitioner -Communicating Excellence – Nigel Hetherington

12th – 13th September 2009
The Sinew Channels of Classical Chinese Medicine – Academy of Classical Chinese Medicine, Presented by Jeffrey C Yuen

18th July 2009
The Life and Work of Sun Simiao – Orientation Chinese Medicine Seminars,
A Seminar with Sabine Williams

19th May 2009
Beat and Prevent Cancer with Diet and Nutrition – Northern College of Acupuncture, Jane Plant

10th November 2006
The Clinical Use of the Secondary Channels – Northern College of Acupuncture, Giovanni Maciocia

29th October 2006
TCM Support in Fertility and IVF – Northern College of Acupuncture, Charlie Buck

14th October 2006
Instructor in Hunyuan Taiji Level 6 – British Hunyuan Taiji Association, Master Ma Bao guo

7th October 2006
Paediatric Acupuncture, Course and Final Exam – Acupuncture for Children, Teresa Barlow and Julian Scott

22nd June 2006
Face Reading in Chinese Medicine (Advanced Seminar) – College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Lillian Bridges

30th September 2005
Member of The British Thought Field Therapy Association – BTFTA

30th April – 1st May 2005
Facial Revitalisation with Acupuncture – Northern College of Acupuncture, Virginia Doran, M.S., L.Ac., L.M.T.

22nd April 2005
Gynaecology in Chinese Medicine – Northern College of Acupuncture, Giovanni Maciocia

4th and 5th December 2004
Prescribed Drugs and the Practice of Chinese Medicine – Northern College of Acupuncture, Dr Stephen Gascoigne

12th November 2004
Medical Assault on the Immune System – College of Chiropractors Northern, Viera Scheibner

12th and 13th May 2004
In Search of the Authentic Self – Northern College of Acupuncture, Lonny Jarrett

12th March 2004
Tongue Diagnosis in Practice – Northern College of Acupuncture, Giovani Maciocia

24th-27th January 2003
Visceral Manipulation Level IA Workshop – The Upledger Institute Inc.

24th November 2002
Introductory Workshop on Shonishin Japanese Paediatric Acupuncture –Northern College of Acupuncture, Stephen Birch

20th July – 3rd August 2002
Instructor in Longevity Breathing – B.K. Frantzis Energy Arts System, California

24th June – 7th July 2001
Instructor in Opening the Energy Gates of Your body Chi Gung Program – B.K. Frantzis Energy Arts System, Califoniia

25th March 2001
Workshop of the System of Open Points – Northern College of Acupuncture,
Stephen Birch

1st June 1999
Qualified as an acupuncturist – Northern College of Acupuncture
Member of British of Acupuncture Council