Mia Kawada

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist and Mentor

Mia Kawada graduated with distinction from the London Institute of Five-Element Acupuncture (LIFEA) where she trained under Gerad Kite for 3 years. After the graduation Mia was one of the graduates hired to work at the Gerad Kite clinic and has been a full time member of the team ever since. She is part of the teaching team and a mentor to past and current students.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)

Nicky Douglas

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist and Mentor

Nicky worked in the corporate world for many years was often consumed by anxiety and stress as she tried to balance work, family and friendships. She started having acupuncture treatment 30 years ago and realised its power as many of her symptoms miraculously vanished. Discovering the possibility of studying Five-Element acupuncture she started on a path of lifelong learning and discovery. She values how the training and her own life experience work together to help her patients.

She says, “To witness the power of nature to heal is humbling, and to participate in the process of healing is a privilege”. She practices in Marylebone in central London and by the beach in Hill Head in Hampshire.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)

Grace Elliston

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist & Mentor

Grace trained as a Five Element Acupuncturist in 2016 on the first of Gerad & Johnny's new licentiate course. She has since gone on to found The Elements Project with her partner and friend Georgie Ireland. Together they run a burgeoning practice in South London dealing primarily with the mental and spiritual wellbeing of millennials. Furthermore, Grace helped turn the dream of Yellow Path into a reality by spearheading the creation of this site.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)

Georgie Ireland

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist & Mentor

Georgie trained as a Five Element Acupuncturist in 2017 on the second of Gerad & Johnny's new licentiate course. She has since gone on to found The Elements Project with her partner and friend Grace Elliston. Together they run a burgeoning practice in South London dealing primarily with the mental and spiritual wellbeing of millennials.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)

Mandy Laing

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist & Mentor

Mandy is fascinated in the uniqueness of each and every person. She loves meeting new people and helping them feel fulfilled and happy in their own skin. She chose to study Five-Element acupuncture specifically because of its unique approach. She believes that when you find the cause of a problem (not treating or just alleviating symptoms) you are able to come up with a unique (very specific) treatment plan that addresses the root cause of that problem, allowing the body to naturally, and of its own accord, reset itself. She believes this is something very special she can offer her patients. She has also dedicated time in the teaching of ‘Point Location’ an invaluable skill she shares with our students.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)

Samira Kazamzadeh

(Lic.Ac.) (M.AFEA) Acupuncturist & Mentor

Samira is a licensed acupuncturist (Lic.Ac) who apprenticed under Gerad Kite. She’s continuing to deepen her knowledge of Five-Element Acupuncture on Yellow Path’s postgraduate programme. She’s also a mentor for students on the current undergraduate course.

Member of the Association of Five-Element Acupuncturists (M.AFEA)