Cycles of Change

Traditional Chinese Medicine from a Doctor-led team

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Upcoming Events

  • Men's Health Evening

    with Carolyn Eddleston and Keith Barlow

    Thursday, 28th June 2018 - 7:30 PM

    Price: £5

    Booking: Call on 01509 621122 or mail

    Location: Cycles of Change Clinic

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    An opportunity for men over 40 to find out more about the big five male health symptoms listed on the NHS website that men must not ignore!

    On Thursday 28th June we are inviting men to come and chat, laugh and have the time to ask questions to Dr. Carolyn Eddleston (yes, a female but has been a GP for 25 years) and Keith Barlow (not a female but has endured some recent NHS experiences that will make you smile, wince and cross your legs!). They are both unofficially unshockable.

    The meeting will take place on Thursday 28th June 7.30-8.30pm at Cycles of Change, with ample time for a quick medicinal pint at The Navigation pub in Barrow afterwards. The topic will be stress - how to recognise it, how it can present physically and your options for reducing it.

    This is an exciting opportunity to learn more about men’s health, a topic that tends to be ignored until something breaks!

  • Wisdom for Women Meeting

    with Trish Laurence

    Thursday, 19th July 2018 - 11:00 AM

    Price: £5

    Booking: Call on 01509 621122 or mail

    Location: Cycles of Change Clinic

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    We are pleased to use the clinic space to support our community.

    Shared Wisdom for Women is an informal, open discussion/support group for women aged 40 plus to discuss and share more intimate problems such as:

    • Symptoms associated with the menopause,
    • Genital soreness, dryness, rashes
    • Libido issues
    • Pain

    We are in an age where it is easy to google and difficult to talk about issues that affect a huge number of women. We are bombarded with advice but given little individualised advice.

    Trish and Sue are 2 very special ladies who, through their own personal stories have gathered a number of effective strategies and products that they have found useful for such symptoms. They are passionate about supporting other women and opening up a much-needed discussion group. This is an informal group that plans to meet every month and you can come and go as you please.

    Numbers will be limited so please book by leaving a message 01509 621122 or e-mailing