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Marzia Caldirola

Stress, anxiety and depression are on the increase. In England more and more people report experiencing a common mental health problem (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week. While most people prefer to resort to conventional medicine for alleviating symptoms of stress and anxiety, there are many who choose to take the less trodden path... [read more]

Marzia Caldirola

Low back pain is a common disorder, affecting around one-third of the UK adult population each year. It is mostly looked at as a structural only problem and treated with bones and muscles manipulation techniques. What is the root cause of back pain? Systematic Kinesiology looks at lower back pain in a holistic way, checking for the structural,... [read more]

Marzia Caldirola

Most people attributes their digestive troubles or hormone imbalances to high stomach acid. Low stomach acid is rarely considered to be an issue and antacids are available to buy off the shelves for any type of digestive related complains. The reality is that symptoms of low stomach acid are often confused with those of high stomach... [read more]

Linda Hoyland

I’d like to share a really beneficial self help technique from Jin Shin Acupressure. This combination of acupressure points is great for: *helping the immune system *releasing any toxins *giving us energy *bringing back joy into our lives. And we can certainly do with some of that right now!   Start with putting one hand on point number 25 (see pic below) on your... [read more]

Linda Hoyland

If you are feeling any of these: Fear Worry Anger Guilt Depressed Here is a very simple and effective way in which you can help yourself. Just pick the appropriate finger or thumb and hold it with the other hand. It’s very calming to do, you can do it for as long as you like, when you like. Show your kids and grandkids... [read more]

Elizabeth Bray

Vitamin D supplementation supports immunity,  prevents asthma and influenza A recent Cochrane review showed that low blood levels of vitamin D (the ‘sunshine vitamin’) have been linked to an increased risk of asthma attacks in children and adults with asthma. Asthma sufferers given vitamin D experienced fewer asthma attacks that needed treatment with oral steroids. Vitamin D supplementation... [read more]

Sarah Veall

I had planned to launch my new brand this Spring and having done some significant soul-searching, reflecting on whether it was the right time, given the Covid-19 Pandemic, I came to the conclusion it was still appropriate for me to put some clear intentions out there representing what I can offer and how I do it,... [read more]

Pankaj Garg

Relationships between two adult individuals are always one of the most challenging aspects of human nature to understand. I wonder why some relationships work and some do not. Why there is so much understanding, love, joy and respect in one relationship while other relationships are totally devoid of that. It takes 2 individuals in one relationship to... [read more]

Pankaj Garg

True happiness is in realising our true potential as human beings. It is deep faith in our inner power and strong life force irrespective of external circumstances. When we realize our inner power, we can handle any situation and sail through difficult circumstances. Stress in life comes from the demand. But we have inner resource as... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac

I’ve now gone to totally online Therapy due to the Coronavirus. I myself have several chronic illness so been advised to self isolate. Fortunately all sessions shouldn’t be too affected by the current situation and there is potentially a lot of help I can provide. Stay safe everyone and keep yourself as positive and upbeat as... [read more]