Teach others to the best of your ability
Rest when you feel fatigued
Adjust daily routine in accord with the changing environment
Nourish our minds with great thinkers and bodies with nutritious food
Support others and your own emotions and beliefs
Forge deeper heartfelt connections with friends and family
Observe the beauty all around us
Reflect on what really motivates you and what creates the most value for yourself and others
Move your body freely
Attempt to learn an instrument or Language
Talk and listen to others as though you had just met for the first time
Imagine a future without bullying, war or murder
Open a book that you’ve been meaning to read for a long time
Never forget that everything is in constant motion and change at all times
The ancient Chinese Classic writing from Laozi, the Tao The Ching Chapter 23 states
“ A squall does not last a whole morning,
A downpour does not last to the end of the day”
Yin and Yang are two expressions of time,
Yin is represented by night-time, rest, nourishment and rejuvenation
Yang is day-time, activity, work and movement
The BAcC has been advised by the London Coronavirus Team that it is ‘business as usual for healthcare practitioners’ and the next part which states that my service may be essential to the well being of many and that I am abiding by safe practice and hygiene standards, also that I will be offering home visits at this particular time for those who don’t wish to leave their home.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
We are proud to have been part of the British Acupuncture Council for 25 Years.
The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) has a membership of around 3,000 professionally qualified acupuncturists. It is the UK’s largest professional/ self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture.
The work it does for complementary medicines and treatments has enabled us to offer our clients safe and effective health and wellbeing support.