I’m delighted to announce that precisely one year after giving birth to my gorgeous bundle of energy that is Arlo Vickers, I shall now be returning to work Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday mornings. Close friends will be aware that this is at least six months later than initially envisaged, but Arlo had other plans and it has not been possible for me to do this any earlier! I shall be working mainly from my treatment room in Preston Park and occasionally from the Anahata Clinic on Edwards Street in central Brighton.
I look forward to welcoming new clients over the coming months and submerging myself once again in the career that I love so much. It has always felt like a tremendous priviledge to work with people in such a way and I can’t wait to continue where I left off last summer.
Christmas is the time for giving, but also a time to say ‘bring it on’ to extra helpings of mince pies and mulled wine by the flagon… So come 2nd January, many of us feel the need to get back into shape and utter the dreaded ‘d’ word…. yes I mean detox! Eeek!
So come mid-January when we fall off the detox wagon, and end up drinking a few pints or burying our heads in a tub of Cadburys Heros, we then end up piling on the guilt as well. No wonder so many of us get the January Blues!
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Many people are aware that acupuncture is used throughout the world to improve both female and male fertility and increase the chances of conception. Yet via its ability to regulate hormone and stress levels, acupuncture is also able to help in every stage of women’s health lifecycle, from menstruation to menopause. Continue Reading →
Acupuncture has long been associated with pain relief and for several years the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommended that GP’s offer acupuncture to patients on the NHS to help manage their symptoms of lower back pain. However in addition to this in the last month NICE have also stated that acupuncture can prevent tension-type headaches and migraine.
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