Seasonal

Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD

Autumn time can be wonderful with the changing colours and abundance of reds and golds. With the evenings drawing in and snuggling up and getting...

Spring Time – Liver Time

It is Spring. Early Spring flowers are in bloom and buds appear on trees. In nature everything is starting to grow and blossom. This is a...

Spring: In Harmony with Spring

Five ways to be in harmony with Spring As the season changes from winter to spring so the energetic nature of our lives changes from...

Summer: Stay cool this Summer

  Summer is here and it's sizzling outside. How to stay cool this Summer so you can enjoy it. Here are some tips.   Stay Hydrated...

Summer: Summertime – Summer foods

Summer foods to stay cool when it's hot. Summer is here and, especially if the weather is hot, this is a good time to look...

Summer and Chinese medicine

If Yin is winter then summer is the time of maximum Yang. Yin and Yang are never static; they are constantly in motion, ebbing and...

Summer: Fire element

  The Five Phases or Elements is a healing methodology within Chinese Medicine. According to this Summer is ruled by the Fire Element. The other...

Indian Summer in Chinese Medicine

We are now enjoying what is often referred to as an 'Indian Summer'.  This is the period just after the height of Summer and before...

Late Summer

    After a long, hot Summer we are now in autumn. The days are getting shorter, there is a chill in the air and the trees...

Autumn: Four tips for a healthy Autumn

After such a long and warm summer, and a lovely Indian Summer, autumn has now arrived. The trees aree turning a beautiful gold and red...

Autumn: A time for letting go

  Outside it is getting colder and the days are getting shorter. Leaves are turning to red and gold before falling from the trees. We are...

Winter: Healthy winter tips

In Chinese medicine, we live healthily if we abide by the change in seasons and make sure we go with the change. Change is the...

Winter: Stay well this winter

In Chinese Medicine winter is the season of the Water element, which is dark and yin in nature and capable of stillness, of great depth,...

New Year Detox

How are your New Year detox resolutions shaping up? Ar you still going strong? We are now at that tricky end of January time where...

Blue Monday

January 16th this year is dubbed Blue Monday, that day in January when credit card bills come to remind you of your Christmas bingeing, the...
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