On the outskirts of Brisbane, an urban drain takes on a life of its own Across town from me, landscape architects and engineers in consultation with the local community have cut a waterway free from its concrete constraints to create living, breathing hydrological infrastructure, for humans and non-humans alike. It sounds wonderful, don't you think?... Continue Reading →
This week many of you hit a wall. The past few months have caught up with everyone, and it's cold and wintery. Acupuncture and our warming therapies may help you to feel more comfortable and ease.
Living and working with the reality of this pandemic means we've added procedures and processes to everyday acupuncture practice. This checklist enables me to ensure that every client who comes to see me in a Brisbane acupuncture clinic has been assessed for signs, symptoms and risk factors of potential infection with not just COVID-19 virus,... Continue Reading →
Soup? A painting? A view into deep space? A close-up of a petrie dish? If you guessed SOUP, you're correct! This is our version of Redeeming Green Soup with Lemon & Cayenne with apologies to Kate who created this recipe and photographed it so beautifully on her own site. A family member was feeling delicate,... Continue Reading →
Recently I wrote about hot wet rice - comforting, nourishing dishes such as risotto and congee which are perfect for cool weather and this time of isolation and quarantine. Two of my friends have been enjoying rice-based dishes lately, and they're worth sharing. First up is Acupuncturist Sarah George in Launceston, Tasmania. Her risotto features... Continue Reading →