At the beginning of the year, I came across this charity walk and thought it would be a ‘nice thing to do’ and raise some money for a charity here in Colchester. Things didn’t go to plan and I was in two minds about going ahead with it. Watching the events in Nepal gave me […]
http://www.acupuncture.org.uk/public-content/public-pr-press-releases/4344-burnt-out-brits-struggle-with-stress.html?utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=news&utm_source=social We will always encounter stressful events in our lives, its unavoidable. Our response is, I suppose, an evolutionary thing, e.g when our ancestors were faced with a woolly mammoth, it was an advantage to have the body flooded with adrenaline, the heart & respiration rate increase to aid a quick getaway and ensure survival. […]
I was chatting to a patient this morning about yoga retreats and it led me to reflect back on the ones I’ve been on. The first one was way back when I first started studying Chinese medicine. It was a fantastically fun bachorlorette phase of my life. I was keen to make big changes in […]
Increasing IVF Success with Acupuncture – recipe for IVF patients.
At last! I’ve been threatening to do this for a while. A big thank you to a friend for putting this together for me. You know it’s good for you, plenty of iron but…well, it’s knowing what to do with it. This is my effort below and I must say it was delicious. I didn’t […]
I’ve been away this w/e on a yoga retreat. I’d thought to take lots of photos and write a blog whilst I was there but then I realised that was counter-intuitive. I’d gone on the retreat to take some time out, so I switched off my phone and did exactly that. The Venue The retreat […]
I wanted to share this fabulous walk we did over the Christmas holidays. It’s the first time I’ve been to Norfolk and this was probably the best walk I’ve done in a long time. We parked at the pay and display car park at Sheringham railway station. We crossed over the railway track and directly […]