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The gist – how acupuncture and herbal medicine works for you

 

Understanding the Benefits of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine [your practical simple guide]

 

I hear it all the time: What does acupuncture do? How does it work? What are the benefits of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Keep reading and I will explain.

 

Really, it’s simple: acupuncture removes energetic blockages that prevent the free flow of our

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6 Proven Tips for Harnessing the Power of Change

Autumn – a time to turn inward and accept the Power of Change

 

Perhaps your inbox is bombarded with tips for the season – pumpkin-themed recipes, back to school tips, Halloween happenings.  I know many of us love this time of year.  Yet for some it forbodes an impending doom – summer is gone and winter will be upon

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Poignant lessons from the bible of acupuncture

I love this quote from the first chapter of the classical foundational text of acupuncture titled The Divine Pivot (Ling Shu):

“Whether meeting it or following it, by means of one’s attention, one harmonises it.
Those who understand the way of the dynamic, will not impede it and thus it manifests.”

We – acupuncturists – must focus our

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