Spring

11/10/2019

Acupuncture mechanisms: Allergic rhinitis and hayfever

If you’re after information about acupuncture treatment for allergic rhinitis and hayfever, click here to learn more.   For those of you who love a bit […]
27/09/2018

Recipe: Dip into Spring!

  As the days become longer and the warmer weather approaches, I start to feel more inclined to lighter foods, as well as entertaining! The following […]
28/03/2017

When is the best time to exercise?

For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has sought to understand a person’s health as part of their connection to the cycles of nature. Learn how to use the phase of the daily cycle to support your vitality...
01/09/2011

Put some spring in your step

In Chinese medicine, Spring is about change, new beginnings and shaking off that winter drudgery.
01/09/2011

Sensational Salad Secrets!

As it slowly gets warmer during Spring, we naturally start to crave fresher, lighter meals such as salads. Kristie share her tips for awesome salads and dressings, with bonus recipes!
01/10/2010

Seeds and sprouts to grow and eat

Surrounding yourself with new life is a wonderful way to embrace the season. Watching your seeds sprout and grow is great visual therapy for the Liver in Spring, helping you to connect with the cycle of the seasons and harnessing the power of your subconscious to engage the body in regeneration and healing.
01/10/2010

Recipe: Zingy Spring Salad

With lots of green fresh herbs, sweet-sour green apple and tender sprouts, this is a great salad to rejuvenate a stagnant and congested Liver in Spring.
01/10/2010

Gentle Spring detoxing

Spring is the perfect time to have a gentle detox, a "Spring Cleaning" within! Follow these Chinese-medicine guidelines to protect and nurture your inner resources while you gently let go of the heaviness of Winter.
01/10/2010

Using Spring flavours for vibrant health

Spring represents a rapid transformation as Yang energy emerges from Winter's stillness and pushes outward. To help your body’s Yang energy burst forth in Spring, use the pungent flavour to encourage its upward and outward movement.
01/10/2010

Protect yourself from the wind – prevent cold & flu

In Chinese medicine, if you're exposed to wind then you are much more likely to develop cold and flu, and this is definitely a pattern that acupuncturists see regularly in their clients when the weather is changing. Learn how to protect yourself and do "first aid" to ward off illness.