I love this photo. It’s very cheeky. It makes me think of the sort of thing that could happen when you get a group of Chinese medicine practitioners together at a dinner party, perhaps during the washing up. So what is cupping and when do we use it? I’d like to say at this point, […]

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Christmas muffin recipe

If like me you’ve not got the time to make the full blown Christmas cake or perhaps more importantly you really don’t need the extra calories the Christmas season brings, these are an easily digestible, gluten free, fat free, low sugar… yumscious alternative. Here’s my recipe! 3 Eggs 100g sugar (any kind, & you can […]

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Yoga retreats

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 […]

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Winter coastal walking

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 […]

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Happy bloody birthday….

Two years ago today, my partner and I were in Paris celebrating my 40th birthday. We had a great time, jumping on and off the metro, drinking hot chocolate outside little café’s, getting lost in the Louvre…. A lot’s happened in the last two years which has brought to the realisation recently that our responsibilities […]

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