Spring is finally in the air, the sun is warming up and the wind blows the last of the dead leaves from the trees, making space for the explosion of new growth. In Chinese Medicine we look at symptoms both physical and emotional, taking into account the environment that we are living in. One aspect … Read more
Important Clinic Update March 22nd 2020 - COVID 19
Unfortunately, due to the current situation and advice from the British Acupuncture Council I will be postponing all acupuncture and massage appointments and closing the clinic until it is safe for us all to be in person again.
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My friend Laura (movingqi.co.uk) 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
One of the patterns that we often see in Chinese Medicine is something known as Yin Deficiency. The symptoms of Yin Deficiency are varied, but the one that I’m currently experiencing is waking up in the night really thirsty. The night is our Yin time, Yin is also all about moisture and nourishment, so when … Read more