Chinese medicine practitioners often recommend Bone Broth as an addition to your diet, particularly over the cooler months. It is suggested for the TCM Diagnoses of Blood Deficiency or Yin Deficiency, to help restore your body with the structural proteins it needs. Bone broth is awesome for your health but sometimes it doesn't taste that great, and if you have to have it day in, day out it can be a little bit on the boring, stodgy side. So, we've decided to share a quick & easy recipe for a beautiful soup that you can enjoy, based on bone broth.
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The Autumn Flow (Metal Series, article 2)
Before we go into the whys and wherefores of this very moment and its celestial significance, let’s talk for a minute about seasonal energy and how we can use it to our advantage. Going along with what already is If you work *within* Universal vibrations and *along with* the resonant energy, things are generally easier… Continue reading The Autumn Flow (Metal Series, article 2)
"Therefore the change of Yin & Yang through the four seasons is the root of life, growth and reproduction, aging and destruction. By respecting this natural law it is possible to be free from illness. The sages have followed this, the foolish people have not." - The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal medicine (Huang Di… Continue reading Seasonal Change
Summer – Heart consciousness (Fire series introduction)
Seasonally in the Chinese medicine framework, Summer resonates with the element of Fire. Bit of a no-brainer, really, if we take enough time to observe the world around us and the way the Sun heats up, the Earth dries out, fruits ripen and in Australia, bushfire season starts. But what happens in human beings during this time, and what impact does it have on our health, according to the ancient Chinese?
The times, they are a’ changin’…
Change of opening hours Some housekeeping with Bob: Coming up to the holidays, a few awesome changes are rumbling around at Central Highlands Pain & Wellbeing. Bob says it best, but we're changing opening hours, at least for the warmer part of the year. Start time will henceforth be 10am except on days when… Continue reading The times, they are a’ changin’…