Welcome to Jia Yin Acupuncturen

"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
-- the definition of health by WHO

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Our Experience

Over 20 years of training and practicing in Traditional Chinese Medicine gives us a wealth of experience that provides our clients with the highest quality of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine treatment. We have almost 15 years experience in acupuncture at our clinic in Dublin.

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Our Background

All of our acupuncturists have been trained at Liao Ning University of TCM to Master level. Our Acupuncturist have over 16 years experience combined.

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Our Patient Promise

We are glad to give you a free consultation. We will thoroughly explain how our treatments will be of benefit. We will show you our ability to help and treat the pain, from functional disorders and with mood to stress related conditions. Our clinic is in the city centre where it is very easy to go. If you want to do acupuncture in Dublin, welcome to Jia Yin Acupuncture.

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What we can we help

Genito-Urinary and Reproductive

Infertility Infertility,Impotence
Pre-menstrural syndrome
Irregular period or cramps


Stress ,Anxiety



Sports Injury

Tennis Elbow
Back Pain
Frozen Shoulder


Ringing in the ear
Sinus infection


High Blood Pressure
Cancer Care


Our practitioners are fully qualified acupuncturist of TCM and hold either Bachelors or Master degree
They had been trained in China for 8 years and have more than 10 years clinical experience

Heabal Therapy

Our Clients feedback from Whatsclinic

"I'm really happy with my treatment. So far so good and I'm awaiting for further results. I trust acupuncture and I know it will benefit soon."


"It was the first time that I turned to Chinese Medicine and am very satisfied with results. I came with quite bad postpartum skin condition which was dealt with 5 sessions of acupuncture an one week of herbal tea. I felt the result after first session and by the time we finished the course it went back to normal. At first I thought that the herbal tea was bit expensive - 50€ but I do not think it would be charged for less anywhere else and what is most important it worked. Definitely recommend this clinic - nice staff, good prices (I got 20% when you get 5 sessions) and they know what they are doing.


"The acupuncture prices matched what I had been told initially- the consultation was free and each session is €40. You can get an acupuncture session with a massage for €50, and there are some package deals I was very impressed with. It is a purely Chinese centre, but the people who work there speak perfect English, and it really instilled confidence seeing all the holistic treatments that were on offer. I was seen to straight away with no waiting time, and I was able to do a session straight after my consultation. The consultation was very informative, and the acupuncture session itself was very relaxing. I have seen positive results already in terms of my migraines- the severity has definitely reduced, and I have stopped taking painkillers. It is a little too early to tell if the frequency has reduced."



The best known of the Chinese Medicine techniques, acupuncture utilizes fine needles to clear the meridians through which Qi (Vital Energy) flows.


Herbs are from roots, stalks, leaves, barks, flowers and fruits. herbal treatment includes tea,decoction,tablets,capsules or use externally as creams,lotions or washings.


Traditional Chinese Medical is the manipulation of the soft tissue of the body using a variety of movements and sequences.


The use of herbs burned above or on the skin in order to warm regions and acupuncture points. This technique stimulates the circulation through the points and induces a smoother flow of blood and energy.


Reflexology is a natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet, and their referral areas within zone related areas, which correspond to every part, gland and organ.


Cupping is used to promote local blood circulation and lymphatic drainage and to address areas of congestion and restriction. In traditional fire cupping, a flame is used toexpand the air in the cup so that when it is applied to the skin , a vacuum is created that draws up the skin and increases local circulation