By in Osteopathy

A Pain in the Neck

Pain in the neck has various causes, from traumatic whiplash injuries to sitting, staring at a computer for too long or driving for hours on end as part of your workday. I think we can accept these as reasons for neck pain but it doesn’t change the misery of sufferers, especially when the pain becomes persistent and doesn’t resolve

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By in Hypnotherapy

Forest Bathing and the Benefits of Connections to Nature

Forest bathing – a translation of the Japanese phrase ‘Shinrin yoku’ seems to be experiencing a growth in interest. Surprisingly, although such activities may go back far in time in various cultures, it was not until 1982 that Tomohide Akiyama of the Japanese Forestry Agency coined the phrase. Unlike hiking, where the focus is on reaching a destination, forest bathing

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By in Meditation

Meditation on a Motorbike

meditation on a motorbike

Yes, it really is absolutely possible.

I am a pillion on my husband’s motorbike. I realised many years ago, that when he rides his bike, he is totally at one with the bike. There really is no difference, between him and his bike. At the time I didn’t know anything about non-dualism.

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By in Acupuncture

Anxiety Disorders & Acupuncture

Did you know that in the UK, there are over 6 million people (according to the most recent Psychiatric Morbidity Survey) suffering from anxiety and depression? There are many ways to treat these conditions, however, have you ever thought about acupuncture being a good solution?

Acupuncture is a well-known treatment extracted from ancient Chinese medicine and

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By in Meditation

How to Find Inner Calm, Your Way

When you think about meditation, it’s easy to imagine a “one size fits all” approach that you either take to immediately, or avoid forever.

After all, meditation demands a lot of patience, time, and effort, doesn’t it? That’s what’s always put me off about the idea of sitting down and trying to clear my

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By in Sports Injury

Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is statistically very common. Approximately 85% of the population in the developed world will have an episode of back pain at least once in their adult life.

The cause of such prominence is not because our backs are structurally weak, but that is the general opinion, unfortunately. The term “slipped disc” is something

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