Traditional Chinese Medicine

Energy In Motion – 5 Day Hatha (with Qi Gong) Intensive With Joanna Nation 11th Jan – 15th Jan 2021

Energy In Motion - 5 Day Hatha Intensive   Aspects from Qi Gong will be woven into the slow flow of a Hatha Yoga practice. Emotional harmony will be refined through the use of acupressure points, movement of Qi and yoga postures that target the meridians and organs, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Over [...]

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Winter – Time to rug up, eat walnuts & have acupuncture By Leela Klein

Winter – Time to rug up, eat walnuts & have acupuncture   Chinese Medicine encourages us to live in harmony with the seasons, and according to Chinese medicine theory, there are five seasons – winter, spring, summer, late summer, and autumn. Winter is the season of hibernation, when energy moves inward. A time of retreat [...]

Vegetarian Diet: Staying Healthy and Well – Chapter 8: The Nature of Food

The Nature of Food by Pip Atherstone-Reid   WARMING OR COOLING Different foods are considered warm or cooling to our systems in Traditional Medicines.  Warming and hot foods; warm the body and cooling and cold foods; cool the body.  Cool foods are generally harder to digest than warmer foods if not eaten in balance as [...]

By |2018-11-27T14:41:59+11:00November 27th, 2018|Healthy Diet, Healthy Food|0 Comments

Vegetarian Diet: Staying Healthy and Well – Chapter 7: Digestive Fire

Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicine talk a lot about Digestive Fire and place a lot importance in eating foods and adopting habits that keep the stomach nice and warm.  What this means is keeping the function of the digestion working well.  Yang is function and what we eat, our lifestyle and unfortunately the aging process starts [...]

By |2018-11-22T11:34:36+11:00November 22nd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Amazing Benefits of Placenta Encapsulation

Would you eat your placenta? After reading this you may wish you did! Placentas have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as long ago as in the 1500’s, which is longer than modern medicine has existed. It has been continued to be used due to an abundance of great properties believed to make a [...]