Cycles of Change

Traditional Chinese Medicine from a Doctor-led team

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    Christmas at Cyles of Change

    We have some lovely products available for sale, many of which are foraged and lovingly created by Kaye. She is making bespoke Christmas hampers agin this year, to collect from the clinic, so do e-mail her with requests.

    We will also be showcasing our unique Cycles of Change Christmas Tree again this year at the Trinity Church Christmas Tree festival in Barrow, on the weekend of 4th December. It's a magical event. We have called out tree Community Immunity!

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    Autumn has arrived. It's Ok to feel sad.

    Autumn has arrived.

    It is always a slight shock to me, the transition into Autumn, even though I know it's coming! The whole of the Northern hemisphere starts to contract and cool down, calm down, prepare, clear, de-clutter, let go.

    I watched with wonder as a hedgehog in our garden busied itself one day, coming out from under its wood pile, collecting mouthfuls of leaves, and scuttling back under to prepare its winter bed.

    We are once again being invited to adapt, to change to match our natural environment. This adaptation, both physically and emotionally, supports our bodies and mind. There is internal space for flow and movement.

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    It's late Summer. A time to pause...

    More Cycles of Change.

    Change is a constant in life. Adapting to that change is the challenge that we all face. The natural world continues to be our greatest teacher, and I believe that when we walk with Mother Earth with no fight, but with kindness and compassion, our lives have a sense of ease and purpose. We all have times that are in opposition to this flow, but we can expand and grow through these difficult times with some support and self awareness. The ancient wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) reminds us of our unique human position, being held between Heavan and Earth.
    The external world is loud and quite unsettling globally, but we can choose to engage or not. Remaining steady and detached does not mean that we do not care. It simply means that we care deeply about our own mental and physical health. When we are taking great care, then we have the energy and resources to serve others. In this newsletter, I will talking about;

    • Ellie's return as Tai Chi instructor!
    • A change in administrative support.
    • Some simple Covid facts
    • Preparing for treatments, and aftercare.
    • Seasonal advice.

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  • East meds West  Podcast episode 3. Fate, luck or destiny.

    East meds West Podcast episode 3. Fate, luck or destiny.

    I am really excited to share this episode of East meds West with you. Creating this particular episode has been quite a journey. Stepping way out of the comfort of the clinic setting, interviewing someone in the world of advertising, and learning to edit the whole thing, has been really fascinating for me personally.

    Luck, Fate and Destiny.

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    Pop-up market stall outside the clinic. Sunday 4th July

    Our last pop-up event was the cafe, which was so popular! We are one of the many Barrow small businesses selling our wares on Sunday in the driveway. There will be a map available of all businesses, so you could make a nice walk around the village, and buy some local produce and gifts!

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  • Our New Podcast

    Our New Podcast "East meds West"

    A new podcast from Dr. Carolyn Eddleston. East meds West explores the collision and collaboration of Eastern and Western cultures. Starting with medicine and wellbeing, but opening up to broader philosophies and ideas.

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  • Probiotics Webinar - Replay Available

    Probiotics Webinar - Replay Available

    Replay of the webinar on "The Gut Microbiome" by Christina Georgallou and Carolyn Eddleston covering the importance of keeping our microbiome in balance and the things we can do to support it. Recorded 25th May 2021.

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  • The gut microbiome. Free discussion by zoom. Tuesday 25th May 6-7pm

    The gut microbiome. Free discussion by zoom. Tuesday 25th May 6-7pm

    This is a microscopic ecosystem that lives in our digestive tract, and includes bacteria and yeasts. We have evolved with these microbes over thousands of years. There is a huge amount of evidence now to support the fact that a healthy gut biome actually influences our digestive function, immune system, cardiovascular health, and mental health (gut-brain axis)

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  • Spring, and the importance of our gut ecosystem

    Spring, and the importance of our gut ecosystem

    It's been wonderful to see so many of you again in the clinic, and hear your stories.

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  • Probiotics free presentation

    Probiotics free presentation

    We have arranged free online Probiotics presentation from OptiBac Probiotics. Tuesday May 25th 6-7pm

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