… loosen the hair and have a relaxed bearing

September is such a busy month, with acupuncture and herbal medicine  seminars, peer reviews and renewed focus and energy for ideas and projects. During a recent online forum, Robin Marchment shared this gem. It's a beautiful counterpoint to the busyness of the season. Great discourse on the four seasons and harmonising the spirit 四气调神大论篇第 春三月,... Continue Reading →

Back at work

After my very own gap-year, I'm back at work in a lovely new location: tucked away in the Ten Toes Yoga studio in Ascot, I've teamed up with Joanne Taylor at Ascot Massage. Refreshed and recharged, I'm looking forward to helping past clients, and newcomers who want to receive effective, nurturing health care. To make... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes in an acupuncture clinic

During the quiet days of January, many acupuncturists began preparation for national registration of our profession in 2012. We’ll be more accountable, and more closely regulated than ever before. This is a good thing for public safety and for standards of care. Registration will elevate acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine to professional status, alongside doctors,... Continue Reading →

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