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  • January 11
  • Giving up sugar!

    We are all becoming increasingly aware that sugar is not good for us and it has been said that if sugar was discovered today, it would be banned! The Government is waking up to the effects of sugar as in George Osborne’s Budget of March 2016, a sugar tax levy was outlined on the soft…

  • October 10
  • The Menopause – ‘A New Female Life Phase’

    What is the definition of menopause? The cessation of menstruation; the term is commonly used to describe the time in a woman’s life when physical and psychological changes occur as a result of reduced production of oestrogen hormones by the ovaries.  The menopause normally occurs between the ages of 45 and 55.  The follicles in…

  • May 26
  • Spotlight on Helen Peedell

    Welcome to the first of our new blog features “Spotlight on..” where we sit down with our therapists one by one and ask them questions about themselves, how they got interested in complementary therapy and what inspires them to do what they do. We hope you enjoy these articles as much as we have in…

  • November 28
  • Movember Emotionally

    It’s November and therefore the time of year when normally sane and stylish men suddenly decide to grow a moustache.  Movember is a great cause and making men more aware of their health is a fantastic thing to be doing.  I just had a look at their website for inspiration on where to aim this…

  • October 3
  • Kinesiology and Backcare

    Any pain can be the result of the body giving us a nudge to clear our emotional blocks. The body always likes to re-align to its most healthy and happy and will give us an indicator of problems as soon as they arrive.  If we ignore these, the nudges move from emotional to physical. Physical…

  • August 15
  • How our Fears Affect our Fertility

    If we are to believe the text books, we meet the partner of our dreams, dispose of the contraception, and bang – we’re having a baby before we know it.  However life often doesn’t quite work that way. When we decide to have a baby, a whole lot of fears can surface; the sort of…

  • March 24
  • How to ease the stress of having a baby

    Having a baby can be a challenging time. Our bodies physically change and so do our emotions, as hormones are released to prepare us for the birth.  Once the baby is born, we have the responsibility of a new child to look after, and this will have other effects. The beauty about kinesiology is that it…

  • February 28
  • How to Have a Healthy Heart

    When you boil it down, problems in this area always come down to a problem in how we express our love – to others and to ourselves.  Let me explain… Our heart is the centre of the life giving force in our bodies.  It circulates blood around our bodies, bringing the nutrients which are needed…

  • January 6
  • How to Achieve Success with New Year Resolutions

    Well this is that annual time of the year when we often decide to make big changes in our lives. We think that as the calendar moves on another digit, this would be the best time to do it. However this isn’t always the case. It might be better to tune into astrological influences or…

  • December 15
  • There’s No Need to Have the Blues this Winter

    There’s no doubt that as winter draws in, we often have a desire to curl up in front of an open fire, or snuggle up in a thick duvet – and stay there until spring.  Back in primitive times, society would have done that.  We would have conserved our strength and warmth while resources were…

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