Hopi ear candles are considered to be a classic clearance therapy and can be used successfully for many problems related to the head and ear area. The lymph system and metabolism can be favourablyinfluenced by this pleasant method of local heat application. High energy light from the flame penetrates through the candle tunnel like a headlamp, transporting a vital spectral frequency inward to important energy centres.
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Reflexology treatments are known to benefit a wide variety of health issues, boosting the immune system and reducing pain. Live better by reducing your stress levels and enhancing your well being.Reflexology is a popular and relaxing holistic treatment. Based on the principle that reflex points on the soles, tops, and sides of the feet are connected to corresponding areas throughout the body. In this way, the feet can be seen as a "map" of the body.
Acupuncture is part of the ancient system of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that uses fine needles to stimulate key points on the body to harmonise and balance the flow of energy (Qi) in the body,stimulating its natural self-curative abilities. Traditional Chinese Medicine provides a useful complement to orthodox medicine, as it can help with a number of chronic or recurring conditions. Acupuncture can help with a very wide range of acute and chronic health problems.
As part of Volunteers Week (1st - 5th June) we will be attending the Volunteers Picnic at Rowntree Park, York, on the 5th of June. Starting at 12:00 and finishing at 14:00, we will be offering minimassages and donating gift vouchers for the raffle! Come along and join the many volunteers from across York! We would like to welcome back to the Clinic, Michelle Esberg, who will be offering acupuncture on Mondays, starting from 1st June.
Acupuncture is an ancient system of medicine developed in China over 3000 years ago. It is based on the concept of Qi (or chi) which is the essential energy that flows in our bodies through anenergetic network of channels called "meridians". When the Qi flows freely through the channels, we experience health and well-being. However, if the flow of energy gets blocked, discomfort, pain and ill health will occur.
Established in 1988, the Northern College of Acupuncture is a registered educational charity. We offer a BSc and MSc in Acupuncture and an MSc in Nutritional Therapy. Each of these is a completetraining equipping you to become a confident and competent practitioner with the skills you need to run your own practice. On the BSc in Acupuncture applicants who do not already have a degree are usually eligible for student loans.
I'm Teresa Bovingdon and for over a decade, I've helped people to feel better physically, mentally and emotionally through complementary therapies. Like you, I've experienced stress, strain and toughtimes. That's why in 2003 I turned my back on an office job and joined the ambulance service. I wanted to use my compassionate nature to help people and contribute to my local community.
I studied for four years at the Northern College of Homeopathic Medicine and was awarded the Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine in June 2010. I am also registered with the Society of Homeopaths, thelargest professional body for homeopaths in the UK. I work in accordance with the Society's Code of Ethics and Practice, hold appropriate professional insurance, and have passed stringent academic and clinical assessments to ensure my fitness to practise.
At The Acupuncture Practice (in York), I also want to know what is troubling you, and will listen as you talk about your symptoms. I will ask other questions about your health, and examine your pulseand your tongue. While I'm doing this, rather like the GP does, I'm sorting the information you give into the patterns that Chinese medicine considers ill health, and identifying the ways in which these patterns interact in you to give rise to the symptoms you are experiencing.