chinese medicine

Chinese Medicine advocates a good breakfast everyday

The Big Superfoods Breakfast
This porridge is low GI, alkaline and has all the 5 tastes and colours so it’s all round good for you. Mix up the following seeds and nuts together in a bowl – for one portion about ½ – 1 teaspoon of each will be enough – but experiment to your […]

By |March 31st, 2014|chinese medicine, good foods|Comments Off on Chinese Medicine advocates a good breakfast everyday|
  • Permalink Gallery

    Practitioner Notes from a Seminar on the Classical View of Fertility

Practitioner Notes from a Seminar on the Classical View of Fertility

Fertility is one of the most frequent reasons my patients seek treatment with acupuncture. Last month I attended a workshop with Sandra Hill in Brighton at the Anahata Health Clinic, where she talked about the Chinese classical view of fertility. Sandra’s teaching was inspirational, informative and extremely detailed, but I thought I would share […]

By |February 11th, 2013|acupuncture, chinese medicine, fertility, practitioner notes|Comments Off on Practitioner Notes from a Seminar on the Classical View of Fertility|
  • Permalink Gallery

    Pregnant? Acupuncture is a safe and natural way to have the best possible experience

Pregnant? Acupuncture is a safe and natural way to have the best possible experience

Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life, growing and nurturing a new life is fulfilling, exhilarating, and inspiring.  It is a time of personal growth and reflection for the mother, not only on what is happening inside her, but also what will happen after the baby is born.  What […]

By |April 25th, 2012|acupuncture, back pain, chinese medicine, depression, moxibustion, pregnancy, stress|Comments Off on Pregnant? Acupuncture is a safe and natural way to have the best possible experience|

Don’t let Hay Fever ruin your Spring – this year try something natural like Acupuncture

Spring is here and whilst some of us are out enjoying the warmth of the sunshine (when it comes out) after a long cold winter, for others the season heralds the arrival of some uncomfortable symptoms. Noses start to itch, give off a watery discharge, or feel blocked up. Then the sneezing begins, not […]

By |April 19th, 2012|acupuncture, allergies, chinese medicine, ear acupuncture, hay fever, moxibustion|Comments Off on Don’t let Hay Fever ruin your Spring – this year try something natural like Acupuncture|