Most years since I created this website I've been drawn to writing a blog post as we move into the spring. It's such rich pickings, if you like, for inspiration - full of hope for more light, better weather, colour in our surroundings rather than greyness and gloom. And an increased expectation that it's going to be worth sowing some seeds- whether literally, like my husband who as I write this is populating our vegetable garden with nature's benign time-bombs in the form of beetroot, parsnip … [Read more...]
Acupuncture benefits people in many ways. Read Rosanna’s posts and you will discover how acupuncture can help you navigate through the challenges of life - physically, mentally and emotionally.
Acupuncture & Zero Balancing in Cambridge Three years ago, the axis of my life moved to Cambridge. Within a few months I was committed to the process of transferring my work as an acupuncturist and Zero Balancing practitioner there too. I set about looking for a good place to build a new acupuncture practice. The first place I visited was The Jade Pathway Centre in Stapleford just outside Cambridge. It was a lovely, welcoming space and I was very interested in the idea of working … [Read more...]
Are you looking for experienced acupuncture in Cambridge? Are you finding it hard to decide whom to choose? Do you wish you could experience some relaxing and therapeutic bodywork but don’t fancy the idea of a massage? I could be just the acupuncturist you are looking for – and here’s why … I’ve been practising acupuncture and Zero Balancing for nearly 30 years.Over the years, new people have found me through word-of-mouth recommendations (I sometimes treat whole friendship … [Read more...]
I live on the edge of the Fens, and it's a great place to experience a certain ambivalent relationship with nature. In the drear misery of dark winter dankness, the flat expanses of sodden ground merging seemingly seemlessly with the grey expanses of sodden sky, it's hard to feel positive - and walking the dog along droves that are treacherously slippery and stubbornly sticky at the same time seems, frankly, quite unfair (especially as said dog is quite unconcerned with one's plight). And … [Read more...]
When booking a patient in for an appointment on 15 January 2018, she looked up from her diary and said "Oh, that's Blue Monday". I looked blank, so she said something about that being, officially, the day on which we are most miserable ... and then the conversation moved on to something a little more cheery. But I was interested enough to look Blue Monday up on the internet and found that someone somewhere has calculated the third Monday of January is THE day when our collective, and … [Read more...]