Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine + The Emotional Flow Of The 5 Elements By Pip Atherstone-Reid

The Five elements can be used in Chinese Medicine to describe the flow and relationship of the human body and the world around us. The Five Elements can represent the seasons, the major organs, personality types, emotions, spirit and more.   I have always loved how it can be used to explain the flow of [...]

Homemade cold and flu remedies

Homemade cold and flu remedies   As restrictions ease and we start to go back out into the community and see one another again, we are going to start to expose ourselves to a whole range of viruses again, not just COVID19. The common cold can make us feel tired and miserable.   Below are [...]

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How does Chinese Medicine work?

“Tong Ze Bu Tong; Bu Tong Ze Tong” Huang Di Nei Jing  “If there is free flow, there is no pain; if there is pain, there is lack of free flow.”   In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi (air or fluid) is stimulated at specific Acupuncture points to create a balanced flow throughout the body, this is said to balance the Yin and Yang of the body and create a smooth flow of [...]

Pip Atherstone-Reid in ‘More Real’ – the podcast

Co-owner Pip Atherstone-Reid was invited to speak with Dan from 'More Real', a Podcast about real people for real people! This is a special opportunity to listen to an intimate conversation with Pip - Enjoy! About this Episode: Pip is a beautiful woman, in so many ways, who brings all of herself to this conversation [...]

Meet Sarina Keam – Acupuncturist & Chinese Medicine

Tell us a little about your work these last few years? Over the last few years I have been working alongside private midwives in their family clinic. I helped to look after many pregnant women and postpartum using Chinese Medicine. It was such a joy to work closely with some amazing midwives and their extensive [...]

The Adventures of a Chinese Medicine Doctor in Continuous Training With Leela Klein

The idea of taking six weeks off to travel around Europe seemed very exciting, yet at the same time also quite terrifying. Could I really leave the clinic and my patients for so long? Could I allow myself to have a break, to look after myself? It’s a bit self-indulgent, isn’t it? And who would [...]

Your Guide To A Healthy Spleen & The Importance

Your Guide To A Healthy Spleen & The Importance by Leela Klein   The Spleen, from a Chinese medicine point of view, is responsible for digesting food and converting it into energy (Qi), similar to the way the pancreas releases insulin to allow the body's cells to absorb ingested glucose, providing the cells with energy. [...]

Yoni Steaming – really?

Yoni Steaming - really? by Dr. Leela Klein                 Yes, you did hear correctly – this is really about steaming your vagina, your yoni! Yoni steaming involves exposing the vagina to steam to cleanse it and enhance its health. The practice has recently made the news due to [...]