What you need to know about beginner yoga

By Jess Spat on February 21, 2011

I’m a fit, active person but I also spend all my working life huddled in front a computer. Like a lot of geeks my posture isn’t great and a couple of years ago I started getting back and neck pain that just wouldn’t go away. Rather than resorting to medication a friend suggested I come along to a weekly yoga class. Straight after the first [Read More…]

How to Workout in 20 Minutes or Less

By Diane Johnson on February 18, 2011

If you’re like most people, spare time may be hard to come by. Work, school, family, friends, or other priorities take up your time. Exercise may only be an afterthought. But, some exercise is better than no exercise, so make the most of the time you have to work off those extra pounds. Many exercise programs realize the time crunch most people have an [Read More…]

SEO Facts All Complementary Therapists Should Know

September 09, 2010

If you are a psychotherapist or acupuncturist or hypnotherapist today, you either have a website already or you should have one. But if your site is without what is known as SEO (search engine optimization), it is not going to bring you the success you desire to have. Since SEO is not an inexpensive enterprise, some of you may be tempted to DIY it. If this i [Read More…]

What is acupuncture

June 10, 2010

Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used medical procedures in the world originating from China more than 2000 years ago. Each specific body point (meridian) corresponds to one organ, or group of organs, that governs particular bodily functions. Acupuncture’s record of success has stimulated a number of research projects investigating [Read More…]

Understanding Reiki

June 10, 2010

The word Reiki comes from the Japanese for ‘spirit guided’ and ‘natural force’ often referred to as ‘universal life force’. Although the therapy was revived by a Buddhist monk, anyone can deliver or receive treatment; it is not necessary to subscribe to a particular belief system. The therapy involves a practitioner& [Read More…]


June 10, 2010

Acupuncture has its origins in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The word comes from the Latin acus "needle" and pungere,"to prick”; acupuncture uses the placement of fine, sterile, needles into points on the skin to stimulate healing. Traditional acupuncture is a holistic therapy, which seeks to release blockages of Qi (pronounced [Read More…]

Top 10 easiest natural ways to lose weight

January 02, 2010

Deciding to lose weight is a big deal, but actually losing the weight is another story. Many people decide that they want to lose weight but don’t do anything about it because they are worried that it is going to be too hard. Luckily, if you have decided that you want to lose weight there are some easy things you can do to lose weight. The best part is [Read More…]

Massage - Just a Pamper, or a Health Investment?

By Moira Johnson on January 01, 1970

So, you’re on that beach in Bali or you’re on a bonding weekend in a Brighton spa. And there are lots of massages to be had. Obviously, you have one. It’s great at the time - though the sand got in the way a bit and she did pull a bit too hard and didn’t speak any English, there wasn’t any feedback and you didn’t feel any [Read More…]

What is a hypnotic gastric band?

January 01, 1970

Gastric band surgery is very much in the media at the moment. A television programme on Channel 5 on Wednesday 16 October 2013 highlighted some extreme cases where weightloss surgery had a serious and in some cases, potentially fatal, outcome. To be fair, only one of those cases was a gastric band operation, but it is still a scenario everybody dreads. Th [Read More…]

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