Jun 102014
 

woman with knee painMy left knee had been sporadically painful for a few weeks, and I realized I’d once again irritated it by doing something wrong while practising Tai Chi, but I wasn’t sure quite what.

Fortunately for me, Tai Chi yielded the answer not only to the source of the pain, but also to an unexpectedly rapid recovery.  Continue reading »

May 062014
 

Urban people - woman commuter walking on escalatorYou’ve not been able to look over your shoulder for a while because your neck complains.

Periodically you spend time trying to figure it all out; what you did to initiate the pain, which part of your body is actually causing the pain, and what can you do to fix it?

Very understandable in our left brain culture with its focus on thinking and cause and effect! Continue reading »

Feb 212014
 

Woman daydreamingWhen your health is out of balance, it’s all too easy to focus on your discomfort. It nags at you, pulling at your attention. You easily get drawn down the rabbit hole of doom and gloom, and things feel worse. Then your experience gets worse, and it seems impossible to dig yourself out of the hole.

One solution is to completely refocus your attention in the opposite direction; to what you would like to experience instead of your discomfort.  Continue reading »

Sep 122013
 

Clare's fractalBombarded as we are by information, marketing and other people’s points of view, it can be difficult to find a way forward with your health and healing, not to mention the rest of your life!

However, underneath all the confusion lies your innate wisdom, ever-present and available to you at any time. Continue reading »