The Practice

The Jade Pathway Centre was founded in 2002 by Lee Moden, acupuncturist. It began life as a rented room in a shared practice in Rose Crescent, Cambridge.

In 2004 Alan Hext, acupuncturist, mentor, friend and co-founder of The Cambridge Traditional Acupuncture Centre in Tredgold Lane, Cambridge moved to Dorset to practice. Alan had run the centre for 18 years. Lee continued to run the centre in Tredgold Lane and brought across the name The Jade Pathway Centre.

In 2010, a suitable property in Stapleford, Cambridge was identified, that provided improved access for the disabled and those recovering from injury, with free, on-site parking and ground-floor treatment rooms. After three months, change of use and building alteration permission was granted and building work began in earnest in July of 2011.

By September of 2011, all building works were completed and The Jade Pathway Centre relocated to Stapleford, after enjoying more than nine years in the city centre.

July 2016, Adam and Roz Cook (acupuncturists) take over The Jade Pathway Centre, building on the strong foundation laid by Lee Moden, who moves to Devon to start a new practice.

The slideshow below, shows some of our treatment rooms and reception area, Jade Pathway is a relaxing, peaceful environment for those looking to get well and maintain their health.