Summer newsletter 2015

Hello and Welcome to our Summer Newsletter.

Summer represents the Fire element in Chinese medicine, and is the time of socialising, being active and having fun.  Joy is also the emotion of the heart, which governs our Fire element. So when we have more fun our spirit feels alive.

We are part of nature. Intrinsic in Chinese medicine is this idea of balance, of living in accordance with the seasons, so good health and conditions can prevail. We need to do Fire-type activities in the fire time.

Sometimes we can feel out of line with the seasons and not firing on all cylinders. Or perhaps if we do too much our energy reserves are left depleted. Either way, coming for acupuncture at this time can help you reconnect with your spirit and make the most of the summer,- whatever the weather!

Changes to Tuesdays and Thursdays

There are a couple of small changes happening with staff and closing times.

On Tuesdays Jeremy will be working in the afternoon with Rufus from 2.15pm to 6.15pm.

Hye-eun will still be available in the morning with Soreh from 11.15am to 2.15pm.

This will come into effect from 1st of July 2015.

On Thursdays the closing time has changed slightly.

Clinic will still open at 1pm but now closes at 5.30pm so please arrive for treatment by 4.30pm.

This will commence from 1st of August.

Still the same great team and still the same affordable sliding scale of £15-35.

It’s been nice to see so many new patients joining and returning over the last few months. We hope you have enjoyed your experience with us and hope you’ll tell your friends.  Please leave a comment on our ‘what our patients say’ page to share your experiences.

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