Autumn Newsletter 2018

Hove Community Acupuncture - AutumnWelcome to our Autumn Newsletter.

It’s that time of year again – the leaves are falling, the days are getting shorter and we are moving into the Metal phase of the year.

According to Chinese philosophy there are five seasons – Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer and Late Summer and the five correspond to an element. These are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth.

The Metal element is associated with the Lungs so at this time in particular it is important to look after our immune system as the coughs and colds multiply and spread.

We’ve seen lots of patients suffering with these over the last few weeks and luckily, acupuncture can provide some relief!

Evidence shows that acupuncture stimulates the immune system, which strengthens the body to clear coughs and colds whilst also preventing illness over the winter months.

Acupuncture can treat so much, so feel free to contact us with any specific questions.

A new member of the team

Hove Community Acupuncture - Paul resizedWe are delighted to welcome Paul Morris as a permanent member of the Tuesday afternoon team. Over the last couple of years he has been locumming in our clinic so many of you will have met him already. Paul has lots of experience and is a wonderfully calm and steady presence.

Paul has taken over from Jeremy on Tuesday afternoons and is working with Claire 2.30-6.15 every week. Jeremy will still be working on Saturdays with Charlie.Make sure you pop down and check out Paul’s amazing treatments.

Christmas Opening times

As usual we will be taking a short break over Christmas to rest and enjoy the Festive period! Our last day before Christmas will be Thursday 20th December and we will return on Thursday 3rd January.

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