Acupuncture and menopause - a natural approach We've just had several days of 'heatwave' conditions and, apart from those lucky enough to have access to air conditioning (was it just me who found myself spending a longer time than was strictly necessary in the supermarket the other day?) it's been very hard work doing anything requiring energy or concentration. My treatment room saw an unbroken succession of overheated clients who were utterly fed up, tired out, grumpy and generally feeling … [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.
I can't tell you how many people have come to me for help with fertility/infertility issues over the last quarter century - but it is hundreds, and each year sees an increase in numbers. But it isn't a numbers game for the couples involved - it as an intensely personal and private agony, the hoping for and trying for a baby and things not going according to plan. Especially when it feels like every second person you come across is pregnant or has a new baby and especially when it's the spring - … [Read more...]
It's been quite a roller-coaster just recently, and it's got me thinking ... 7 January 2017 saw a very happy occasion, a second marriage for both myself and my new husband, a day full of joy and love and friends and family. And there at the service was my beloved 90-year-old father. Two days later, he died. A gentle kindly passing, making no fuss, requiring no drama or wringing of hands. So the planning and delivery of a wedding speech quickly turned into the planning and delivery of a … [Read more...]
This autumn could scarcely be more beautiful - no need to cross the Atlantic to New England, the brilliance of colour is all around us. It is such an extraordinary natural in-breath, held between that brilliance and utter mutedness, between exaltation and aching loss, between exhilaration and mournfulness. This morning's walk covered it all - visually misty and yet vibrant, emotionally subdued and yet celebratory of the beauty all around. Life in the autumn is poised in such delicate balance, … [Read more...]
Usually I write about things that have suddenly inspired me - something in nature, something someone has said. After more than quarter of a century working with acupuncture and Zero Balancing, I find connections everywhere with my work. And every work day brings with it something new - an unexpected turn taken in a client's life, a sudden insight into how best to serve someone in their quest for better health, an opportunity to learn and grow alongside the people who come to me. And now, … [Read more...]