Are You Feeling Under Par & Interested In Developing Your Health & Wellbeing?

Many of us are feeling run down, having constant stressors, general aches and pains, and bombarded with constant and seemingly contradictory messages about health and lifestyle. Sometimes we need professional guidance to reach our potential. One such guidance is Macrobiotics, … Continue reading »

Qi Gong: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern World?!

Qi Gong essentially means energy (qi) work or cultivation (gong), and is a modern Chinese term for a series of time-honoured energy work, breathing, movement and stretching techniques from systems known as Nei Gong and Dao Yin (Do-In in Japanese) … Continue reading »

What is Macrobiotics?

Macrobiotics is a system of dietary and philosophically outlook seeing the bigger picture of life. This is expressed in the Greek terms “macro” means big and “bios” meaning life. The early proponents of Macrobiotics were from a Japanese background, and … Continue reading »

The Dalai Lama’s Visit to Glastonbury 2015

This is a summary of the Dalai Lama’s talk in the Green Fields at Glastonbury 2015. It is no way a definitive reproduction of what the DL talked about. There may be errors and personal biases within the following. If you … Continue reading »

The Brilliance of Reiki

The first therapy I learnt to help people on a one-to-one basis was Reiki. A hands-on healing technique originating from Japan in the early part of the 20th century, Reiki has become a worldwide phenomena over the last 30 years. There has … Continue reading »

The Cycle of Life & The 5 Chinese Elements

It’s very easy with our western education and culture to see life as straight linear line – you are born, you do this and that, and then you die. Bit like one of those books about 501 places to see … Continue reading »

Why do I get stiff and achy?

Why do I get stiff and achy is a common question asked by clients. Like some how I have some magical ability to penetrate their body with super hero x-ray vision! But the reality is that our common aches, pains … Continue reading »

Autumn Equinox

This is the first blog on my new website. I thought it appropriate to reflect on that fact that this weekend is the autumn equinox. We are now at the threshold between summer and winter, going from the fiery yang … Continue reading »