West Edinburgh
Acupuncture Centre

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West Edinburgh Acupuncture

Spirit Health Club

Holiday Inn

132 Corstorphine Road

Edinburgh EH12 6UA

Enquiries 07950 012501

The Spirit Health Club at the Holiday Inn Hotel EH12 6HS is where Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott with 35 years of experience helps many thousands of people to get better using a variety of therapies (this site is mainly about Acupuncture and Chinese medicine including Cupping and Moxibustion, though there are pages on other therapies he uses, such as Homoeopathy and Chinese herbs, Bowen, etc): not just better, but to be more positive about themselves and their future.

How To Get To Edinburgh Acupuncture

 Easy to reach! Great for Parking!

Walk into the Holiday Inn beside Edinburgh Zoo. You will see the reception desk facing you, like the picture here on the left.

Facing Reception, turn right, and you'll see the doors in the picture on the right. Walk 25 paces, go through the double doors and enter Spirit Health Club. Introduce yourself to the staff and take a seat looking through the glass at the swimming pool! The Edinburgh Acupuncture Clinic is within the Health Club.

Buses:  Buses 12, 26, 31: 100 (Airport Airlink bus): alight at the  bus stop for Edinburgh Zoo. All these buses stop in Princes Street, the main thoroughfare in Edinburgh.

  • Airlink Bus 100: from the airport the Airlink Bus 100 takes about 13 minutes to reach the bus stop for the West Edinburgh Acupuncture Centre at the Holiday Inn by the Zoo. It is about the same interval if you take the same bus but in the opposite direction starting from  Waverley Bridge, by Waverley Railway Station.

Rail: Waverley, Haymarket, Edinburgh Park and South Gyle Railway stations:

  • Waverley Railway Station, the main terminus for Edinburgh, is about 15 minutes by taxi. There are nearly always plenty of taxis in Market street, immediately to the South of the station (you must ascend steps/lift to get to Market Street). Or take a bus from Princes St, see above.
  • Haymarket Railway Station is closer: about 5 minutes by taxi usually.There is a taxi rank outside the station.The same buses that start from Waverley also stop outside Haymarket Railway station. Alternatively, take a bus from outside the station, see above for bus numbers.
  • South Gyle Railway Station. If you alight here, order a taxi to bring you to us. Otherwise, Bus 12 stops nearby but there is a short walk to it. 
  • Edinburgh Park Railway Station. There is no direct bus to the West Edinburgh Acupuncture Clinic from here and it is more sensible to stay on the train until you get to Haymarket Railway Station, see above. Alternatively, order a taxi to collect you from Edinburgh Park Railway Station.

Air: Edinburgh Airport, then taxi or Airlink bus 100 to the bus stop for Edinburgh Zoo.

Carfree parking in the Holiday Inn car-park. Make sure to park in the hotel's car-park, not the zoo's park, which is further uphill behind the hotel. 

Why? Because they'll expect £4.00 from you, though if you're very nice to them and say you're here for a treatment from me in the hotel, they may direct you to the far end of the car-park and not charge you.

When you come to the clinic, you will be the centre of Jonathan's attention. He is well-known for the care and consideration he gives patients: see why people recommend him here.

Don't forget! Ask him to explain your condition to you in terms of Chinese medicine. You can then read more about it on this site, which was written for you.

For people in West Edinburgh,  acupuncture is rather hard to find. At the Holiday Inn next to the Zoo, the Edinburgh Acupuncture Clinic is well placed to help people living in

  • Corstorphine, 
  • Murrayfield, 
  • Ravelston Dykes
  • Drumbrae
  • Barnton
  • Cramond
  • Maybury
  • Broomhall
  • Carrick Knowe
  • Chesser, 
  • Balgreen, 
  • Craigleith, 
  • Roseburn 
  • and other parts of North Edinburgh, West and South-West Edinburgh.

However, people come to see Jonathan from all over the world. Patients have come from Thailand, even from Australia, and of course from all over Europe and the UK especially Scotland. Some visit him from the United States where previous patients have moved and told their friends.

Jonathan has written several books, with more to follow. A recent one is about why acupuncture is so good for people under stress - see below!

Anyway, Jonathan hopes you'll enjoy this site, which grows daily in size and scope. Do explore it!


Booking Consultations with Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott
Please note: during this Covid 19 pandemic, consultations with Jonathan can only be done by Telephone or Skype

Click here to see when Jonathan is available, or to BOOK your appointment online. 

Alternatively, ring him on 07950 012501 or freephone (only free to telephone within the UK) 0800 298 7015.

Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott Books

All the books in the 'Chinese Medicine in English' series should be fully accessible on Kindles and Kindle apps. (Or you can buy the softback print editions, of course.)

('Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine' published 1986, was never available in a Kindle version.)

Request! Please!

If, having read one of my books you can write a review - preferably positive - that would help others decide whether to read it.

You can put your review on Amazon or, on this site, here.

And if you think it was terrible?

Well, let me know so I can improve it for the next person. (Ideally let me know before cursing it in public!)

Here are some of the books I (Jonathan) have written.

Subscribers to Kindle Unlimited can borrow the first four for 'free'.

Qi Stagnation - Signs of Stress

Yin Deficiency - Burnout and Exhaustion

Yang Deficiency - Get Your Fire Burning Again!

Yuck! Phlegm! How to Clear Your Phlegm ...

Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine

Published 1986 and, amazingly, still selling. Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine was apparently used back then by at least one acupuncture college to help students understand Chinese medicine! See Reviews.

Seven Reviews so far for Yuck Phlegm. (Despite the lurid cover, it explains the five main types of phlegm and what works best for each type. I hope it's easy to read and will be much more useful than all the websites on the subject.)

3000 years of Chinese being stressed, and at last, here's a book showing how all that experience can help you!

By the author of this website, it explains in simple English how to use stress to improve and enhance your life.

For the Latest Reviews of 'Qi Stagnation', click here!

NB You can also order 'Qi Stagnation - Signs of Stress' from your bookseller.

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