Find out more about the Acupuncturist at the Angel Welllbeing Clinic - Alexandra Huisgen Serrano
My taste in music is varid ranging from pop to classical and from rock to jazz. My mood, the weather and the season play a major role in the choice of my songs. I don’t believe that good music can only be found in a certain genre or with a particular artist. Personally, it doesn’t matter who sings it as long as it makes me feel an emotion.
I love reading! I encourage people to read in their spare time since this stimulates creativity and enriches your knowledge. I don’t have a particular preferred book or genre. I like thrillers, folklore, humour as well as personal developmental books. My favourite type of book, like my favourite type of person, is that which contributes positively to my development towards a moral, thoughtful, compassionate human being. I’m currently reading a famous confidence-boosting book titled “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie that is giving me insightful tips for my interpersonal skills. I would recommend it to everyone.
I like to stay active. I regularly go to Yoga and Pilates sessions to strengthen my core muscles, improve my flexibility, relax my mind and nourish my soul. I also like to play tennis and volleyball to keep the cardiovascular system healthy and my energy and stamina up.
I love travelling. I prefer spending money on travelling than on material belongings. The best education you will ever get is travelling. Nothing teaches you more than exploring the world and accumulating experiences. My favourite places that I have visited so far are Kenya, Rio de Janeiro, Hangzhou and Havana. At the top of my “To explore” list are Australia and India.
My favourite cuisines include Chinese, Japanese and Mediterranean. I like to gather with my friends and cook the typical Spanish meals such as paella and gazpacho or eat jamón serrano. However, if a food competition was to take place my grandmother would win as she makes the best tortilla and croquetas.
If I had to summarise my professional goal in one sentence it would be to fully focus my career in the health sector and grow into an excellent and talented acupuncturist and life coach in order to aid patients to become the best version of themselves and live a healthier and satisfactory life.
Moving to a metropolitan city like London brought many advantages to my life. One of the rewards that I encountered since coming to the city was the fact that I got to know people from all over the world with diverse backgrounds. Sharing cultural and religious aspects has been very stimulating as well as trying to understand them from their point of view. I like to be challenged and get out of my “thinking box”. Another benefit from moving here was the greater avenues of amusement that London offers. There is always something to do in this city - and not just anything - there is always something different and exotic going on. You have plenty of choices to amuse yourself be it a secret bar to a Jacuzzi cinema.