It’s *that* time of year!
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I just wanted to say a big, heartfelt, fuzzy, frizzy THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to respond to the New Mama survey. I received so many responses and all of them incredibly valuable – I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to share your insights! Over the next few months, as the […]
I love acupuncture. For myself and for my patients. When I first started out in practice, I worked for several years alongside three wonderful acupuncturists at HealthWise Clinic in Brisbane. This experience opened my eyes to a) the world of acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and b) the benefits of collaborative practice. And it is one […]
Another great blog post from one of our Health and Happiness Collective, the excellent Chinese medicine and acupuncture practitioner Peter Kington. In this post, Peter talks about one of my favourite topics: fertility! He gives you his general tips for enhancing fertility, and the importance of embracing the changes that come with these. Change can be […]
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I spend at least one day a week holed up in the library, catching up on acupuncture coursework. Since re-entering the world of study (and newly-entering the world of post graduate study) I have rediscovered my amazing procrastination skills. Really, they are second to none! My antidote to this is a dedicated 6-ish hours (usually on […]
Let me tell you something for nothing: I am at the pointy end of the semester. Blergh. And now I’m experiencing it as both a student and a teacher. Revelation: it’s stressful on both sides!* You see, I started back into a health Masters program several months ago. I had been considering post-grad for a while, but […]