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Autumn – the season of letting go

Autumn is a season that corresponds very much to the lungs according to Chinese medicine. In the Indian Ayurvedic tradition, autumn is linked predominantly with air, space and wind. The wind brings an amazing change of energy, blowing the old and bringing in the new....

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Cold & Flu Remedy! Elderberry Syrup

Hi Everyone, Now that we are coming into the (dare I say it) virus season, we could all do with a bit of immunity boosting. Elderberry syrup is fantastic for boosting the immunity and is packed with Vitamins A,B and C and there have been lots of clinical trials on it...

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Down to Earth

Most people don’t often think about their feet and have a poor relationship with them thinking of them as oddly shaped smelly things on the end of their legs. However, our feet are our mode of transport and we should look after and give them some respect. Foot and...

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8 Tips for surviving the run up to Christmas

Don’t stress!! - If it doesn’t get done, it doesn’t get done. Remember it’s only one day a year!! Don’t over indulge - The temptation to over eat this time of year is huge. Food really impacts on our moods, eating or drinking too much sugar, caffeine or alcohol can...

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Don’t forget your Vitamin D

Most Vitamin D comes from sunlight so having 10 minutes exposure of full sunlight per day really helps to boost our Vitamin D. Between the months of late March and the end of September we should have had our full exposure of Vit D, however sometimes we don’t always...

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Spiders don’t you just love em eek!!

Yes it’s that time of the month again when your friendly neighbourhood spiders are out on the prowl looking for a nice warm home to go to and putting the fear of god into everyone as they scuttle across your carpet. I think most people aren’t that happy about having...

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The benefits of attending a Yoga Workshop

Sometimes I get questions from my students enquiring what a yoga workshop is all about and what the benefits of attending one is. As you can imagine, I’ve been to a few now and can honestly say how highly enjoyable and beneficial they are to my own practise. They are...

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