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Welcome to our blog. Happy reading.

How is April’s Health Challenge going? It appears that the radical, transformative power of Spring has really taken hold this year for Chris Packham at the Extinction Rebellion demonstrations in London! There’s still a week or two to harness Spring’s energy and be part...

The Book of the Month for April is one written by my old professor, Joint Principle of the acclaimed College of Integrated Chinese Medicine and one of the foremost Acupuncturists in Europe, Angela Hicks. One of the wonderful things about Angie is her ability to explain...

April 23, 2019

In April last year, we celebrated the ‘unique’ basin in our clinic’s WC by twinning our loo with one in Pakistan in support of a wonderful charity that brings sanitation to people who desperately need it. We also set up a JustGiving page and popped a toilet toll box on...

March 27, 2019

How is the March Health Challenge going? Forest bathing is something you can benefit from all year round, so it’s not too late to start and it’s a great idea to continue.

Spring is the season of youthful anger and optimism. As April begins nature thrusts forward, utterl...

February 20, 2019

Few people fancy eating watermelon in the snow. Even warmed up, it wouldn’t really appeal on a frosty morning. It’s also not the convention to drink hot chocolate by the pool in 40⁰ heat, but the watermelon would go down well. It seems we have an instinct for the foods...

February 20, 2019

This month’s book is one of my all-time favourites! Both witty and fascinating,