Iain Lettice is the founder and lead acupuncturist of The Pagoda Acupuncture Clinic. He currently practice in Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales opposite the Pontio. Find out where the clinic is and all the contact details here.

Do these descriptions apply to you?…

  • Struggling to get better using conventional medicine?
  • Worried about the side effects conventional medicine is giving you?
  • Want a full hour to talk about your health concerns and be treated, and not the usual 10\15 minutes other health professionals can offer?
  • Want to be treated by an alternative medicine that has had more academic research into it than all the other alternative medicines combined?
If these apply to you, then…

Iain Lettice Can Help You!

There are a number of reasons acupuncture benefits you, but they essentially boil down to the fact that Acupuncture:

  • Is outstanding for chronic conditions
  • Has little to non-existent side effects
  • Works with your body’s natural mechanisms and not against them
  • Is completely natural
  • Treats some conditions that conventional medicine hasn’t yet found an answer for


Iain Lettice


Iain’s Qualifications

Iain Lettice has a BSc(Hons) in Acupuncture from Leeds Beckett University where he graduated top in his year.

He is a fully accredited Member of the British Acupuncture Council(MBAcC).

It is important to know your Acupuncturist is a current and full Member of British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC), as it means that they have to keep their skills up to date with Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and adhere to stringent professional standards in all forms of practice as a matter of course.


Iain Lettice


What Other People Have Said About Iain

Here’s a brief summary of the sorts of things people are saying:

Within a short period of time I started to see a marked improvement from the acupuncture treatment carried out by Iain Lettice – Louise Johnston-Hunt

Excellent – helps enormously with my MS symptoms, 10/10 – Sue Pontefract

Iain has a really easy manner and has a high level of professionalism. He put me totally at ease and his results speak for themselves and I would quite happily recommend him to anyone – Paul Sanders

You can read all of Iain Lettice’s testimonials to see who else has trusted him to look after their health and wellbeing.


How And Why Iain Lettice Became An Acupuncturist – In His Words

I first had Acupuncture during my recovery from a heart attack at 35 years old.

Having a heart attack at the age of 35 surprised me as much as the Doctors!  I was fit and healthy, didn’t smoke and had not long since completed the London Marathon and Dewsbury Triathlon. At a time when I needed to be relaxed and positive to deal with the aftermath of a heart attack, anxiety and worry meant my blood pressure was rising and not falling.

So, I turned to acupuncture.

With the needles in, I felt like I had radio antennas releasing every bit of anxiety and tension from my body.  Every time I walked out of the treatment room I felt like I had springs in my heels.  I felt so good I wanted to hum a tune and sing to myself for the first time in nearly a year after my heart attack. I am very grateful to the fantastic treatment I received from all the health professionals during and after my heart attack.  But…

Acupuncture helped me where conventional medicine could not.

It gave me freedom from anxiety and tension and a belief that life could return to normal.  I also realised that whereas conventional medicine uses powerful chemicals or invasive surgery to achieve its goals, acupuncture works by stimulating the body’s self-healing mechanisms.

This made so much more sense to me. When I saw what it could do for me I realised that…

I wanted to use my life to bring Acupuncture to people that conventional medicine could no longer help.

That was the start of my journey in to training as an Acupuncturist and starting Pagoda Acupuncture Clinic.

I chose Leeds Beckett University to study Acupuncture as it was fully accredited by the British Acupuncture Council.

Here’s an interview I did for the Leeds Beckett University Acupuncture course whilst I was still a student.