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2018 – Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year begins on 16 February 2018, which is the 4715th Chinese New Year. With each year there is a related element and this year it is earth so it is also said to be the Yellow Male Earth Dog year. According to Chinese horoscope theory, the Male Earth is represented by mountain and … Read more

Wake up the Eyes

My friend Laura ( is back with another video – showing you this quick exercise to help wake up the eyes. This exercise was taught in schools and in factories and offices in China as part of the daily wake up routine before the start of the working day. Place the thumbs on the temples … Read more

Tips on acupuncture to help you sleep

Poor sleep impacts on a range of health issues from obesity, cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, hormone regulation, poor memory, anxiety and generally stress and inflammation in the body. Many people find that coming for acupuncture helps them sleep better – even if sleep is not the main reason for having acupuncture. There are a number … Read more

Butternut Squash Soup

  Print Butternut Squash Soup Prep Time 15 mins Cook Time 20 mins Total Time 35 mins   This delicious soup is warming and nourishing – great for autumn or winter.I make a large pot of it to pop in the fridge or freezer and works for when I don’t have time to cook a … Read more

Faster recovery: acupuncture before and after surgery

When did you first hear about acupuncture? Often, it’s word of mouth when someone else has tried it and found that it really helped their symptoms and they suggest you try it too. But how did acupuncture “get discovered” in the West? Back in 1971, when Nixon was on a state visit to China, he … Read more

Rings of Life

My wonderful friend and colleague, Laura Ichajapanich, a fellow acupuncturist and tai chi/qi gong teacher has recorded this video to help show you a simple but effective exercise to help mobilise the joints.

5 Tips for Helping to Cut Out Sugar

Healthy Vegetables

Sugar, it really seems to be everywhere that you look. Not only in the obvious things like cakes, biscuits, sweets and soft drinks, but sneaking in to lots of the other foods that we buy in the supermarket, particularly those that are low fat or processed. More and more research is showing that sugar could … Read more