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A PERFECT TONIC FOR THE TIME OF YEAR by Lizzie Austin MAR

A combination of facial and foot reflexology within a one-hour session provides a deeply relaxing and nurturing treatment to help us adjust to the change of season. Reflexology helps promote wellbeing and health by the application of gentle pressure or massage to different area of the feet. Starting the session with facial reflexology is deeply […]

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“You are as young as you care to be” by Sarah Couchman

Consider this –If you value your body and want to maintain optimum function for as long as you can, give yourself peace of mind. A full body check-up, which will realign and fix any ongoing problem may just be the answer.   “You are as young as you care to be” My job is to […]

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Change your Mind; and your Future by Jane Pendry

You can change the way you respond to triggers and stress; and take charge of your future. You have the power to change your mind. Literally. Ingrained negative habits, anxieties, fears and phobias can feel like they are part of your personality. You don’t think they can be changed. You feel you have tried again and […]

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Acupuncture for migraines and headaches By Kate Macalister

The new Duchess of Sussex has talked enthusiastically in the past about her experience of having acupuncture, which rid her of migraines that were bad enough to hospitalise her at times (1). I thought it would be good to put a reminder out there that acupuncture can not only have good results with migraine and […]

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Acupuncture for hay fever and other allergies (by Kate Macalister, 2018)

If you’re anything like me, you spent the whole of February and especially March praying for the start of Spring – and at long last, I think we can say that Spring has indeed finally sprung, judging by the blossom in my neighbour’s garden. However, according to weather forecasters, the price that we are paying […]

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What are the Causes of ‘Allergies’ and why Health Kinesiology can help?

Did you know that Health Kinesiology can blindly ‘put a finger on’, and ‘fix’ a substance sensitivity, a culprit of a symptom commonly not identified as or being linked with ‘allergic’ reaction? How is it done? Firstly by identifying then retuning the body to the state of stasis with the substance as a trigger, thus […]

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Acupuncture for sciatica

What is sciatica Sciatica is a condition involving inflammation or impingement of the nerve root in the lower back. It causes unilateral leg pain that can descend to the knee or even foot and is often shooting in nature. It can also cause numbness and weakness in the leg in extreme cases. It is estimated […]

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Vitamin D – The sunshine pill!

According to an NHS review (published in the British Medical Journal 2016) on the effects of supplementing with Vitamin D, it found the Vitamin is not necessarily beneficial for all sectors of society. Further-more the use of Vitamin D supplements has not been proven to make a big a difference outside of those groups considered […]

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My hopes and predictions for acupuncture for 2018

As you will of seen from my other blogs acupuncture has been getting more and more acceptance, more and more research and more and more understanding, which is great! However, there is still a long way to go. While acupuncture is being recommended for more conditions, by more health institutions and being added to more […]

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‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’

In 2017 an ounce of prevention is worth a whole lot more than a pound of cure. “People are beginning to realise that it is cheaper and more advantageous to prevent disease rather than to cure it.” – Henry Lindlahr (1862- 1924) The effects of a fast burning lifestyle today can last a lifetime? Preventative […]

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