Welcome to Spring

Spring is finally here! It seems like we can finally say hello to this warm weather, it is divine and looks like its here to stay!


Spring is all about growth, new beginnings and nurturing ourselves! It is a time for goal setting and moving forward and shedding anything patterns or emotions that no longer serve us.

In Chinese Medicine, Spring is related to the Liver and Gallbladder and these organs pertain to the wood element which is about growth and movement. The Liver and Gallbladder help the detoxification process so Spring time is a great time to give your life and body a detox. Whether that be a detox from social media or electronics, a detox from certain people or things in your life or a body detox to help your Liver and Gallbladder to function a bit better.

Here are some tips you may want to try to give you a boost during Spring


~Schedule 1 hour of electronic free time per day No phones, no computers, no tv, find something to do that requires you to connect with yourself. Whether that be meditation, reading, writing, cooking or doing something creative that you enjoy!

~De-clutter your house, bedroom or office Try and get rid of things that you no longer need or clear your space to help clear your head. It is important to keep our space clean and motitvating to help us stay on track!


~Drink lemon water Lemon water is a full of antioxidants to help clear our any nasties that may be floating around your body! It is also great at aiding digestion and giving some support to your liver and gallbladder for detoxification!


~Try acupuncture! In Chinese Medicine, spring relates to the liver and gallbladder, the liver in particular helps move our qi and blood through our body and these substances can often get stagnated due to us dealing with day-to-day emotions, acupuncture can help move any blockages that may be present. Moving these blockages can give us clarity and calmness! Emotional support is so important!


~Allergy Season 

Moving into the beautiful season that we call Spring can sometimes exacerbate symptoms of hay fever and allergies.There is a lot of movement and new growth which can often mean that people can suffer from allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose or eyes or a blocked nose which can be very debilitating.

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine is great at helping clear out the nose and sinuses and also boosting the immune system to help you fight off these symptoms and stopping them from recurring!

Come in and give it a go!


Please send us an email if you have any questions or would like more information!


Maya, x