Summer – Season of the Fire Element

Summer – Season of the Fire Element

In Chinese Medicine, Summer is the season of the Fire element – a time for expanding and growing. So it is a great time for some acupuncture, as Julie Kelham explains   At the core of Chinese Medicine lies the principle that nature is governed by Yin/Yang and the...
Acupuncture for Dealing with Grief

Acupuncture for Dealing with Grief

Grief, in all its forms, can be overwhelming. Acupuncture can help you process this difficult emotion, as Tiffany Black explains     Grief is an emotion we give little airtime to in our culture, possibly because we feel we can solve most situations. This can...
Special Offer on Hot Stone Massage

Special Offer on Hot Stone Massage

This month we have a special offer on a hot-stone massage with Cath Mowbray. Here Cath outlines what this type of massage could do for you: For the month of May: 1 hour Hot Stone Massage for targeted Back, Neck and Shoulder tension Only £45.  Deeper massage The...
Acupuncture and Treating Anxiety

Acupuncture and Treating Anxiety

Julie Kelham gives us an insight into how acupuncture works to calm anxiety There is a complex relationship between the different associated patterns and causes of anxiety in Chinese Medicine. Emotional stress is an understandable main cause arising from a whole range...
How Kinesiology can Calm Anxiety

How Kinesiology can Calm Anxiety

Find out from Alex McArthur how kinesiology can help work out what is at the root of your anxiety and from there put your body back into balance   Kinesiology provides a completely holistic approach by looking at the whole mind and body and is a non-invasive,...