Eurythmy Movement Towards Health! New Life, New You this Spring Time!

Winter is the time when we feel like hibernating and, on many levels, ‘withdraw’ into ourselves, our home, read a good book.  It is an effort, amidst the dark, cold and wet, to stick with those resolves to stay healthy, motivate ourselves, sleep well and not fall into the blues…

As spring time approaches new energy could be at our disposal: the sap rises, the light increases and we can feel more positive about exercise and well being. 

Eurythmy Movement is sometimes referred to as “ensouled movement” – in other words, movements which are integrated into our ‘whole self’; emotional. psychological and even spiritual well-being.  Gentle, fluid and rhythmical, the movements involve the whole person who has to be mindful or fully focused on the movements and have a stimulating effect on our self, healing capacity and general vitality.  Eurythmy Movement promotes resilience, well-being, calm ‘centeredness’ and can work on organic problems like indigestion, cancer, respiratory problems as well as sleep disorders, high blood pressure and diabetes – to name but a few. 

Eurythmy Therapist, Jane Abel, works at St. Lukes offering individual sessions and groups on various health issues.  To book a taster session or consultation please call us on 01453 763755 and speak to our receptionist or leave a message. 

Looking forward to your Springtime visit! 

January 2020 Newsletter – New Year Detox

New Year Detox-By Simon Andrews Homeopath

At this time of the year there is a lot to celebrate and many people see the festive season as a time to eat drink and be merry. There can be lots of socialising and family time during the dark wintery days and nights.  After it is over many of us ask was all this actually very good for me. Those reflective individuals might then decide to do something about it and DETOX becomes the new buzz word. One might start to Google just how to do it and, as a result, hundreds of different ideas and approaches will come up.

It really does help to have some knowledge and understanding in this subject .For many of us it can be overwhelming and we just decide to give up. Whether you are detoxing because of the time of year or not, it is important to remember that anytime is a good time to detox. We are subjected to so many toxins in our everyday life. Pesticides on our food Antibiotics in meat, heavy metals in fish let alone all the household cleaning products plastic and pollution in our air and water. A US study showed women put 168 chemicals into their bodies each day just by using cosmetics, deodorants and eating an average diet.

At the centre of our bodies ability to cope with this overload the liver is the main organ in maintaining balance. It does a wonderful job but it does need our respect and help sometimes and this is known as a detox.

In order to support our liver we need to reduce the amount of fat, alcohol and chemicals coming into our bodies. We need to increase by at least 2 litres of water a day and, of course, get enough sleep. Sleep is when your liver does most of its good work.

Hippocrates coined a phrase ‘let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’. In addition to eliminating what is bad for us we need to bring in what is good.  Here are several vitamins & minerals that help support and detox the liver. Zinc, copper, magnesium, molybdenum, selenium and antioxidants C and E. Garlic, spirulina and milk thistle are helpful herbs as well as homeopathic remedies Chelidonium 6c and Nux vomica 6c twice a day for three to five days.

The bowel also plays an important role in detox because, if one is constipated or sluggish, the toxins that the liver is eliminating can be reabsorbed. A good source of fibre along with increased water and exercise all helps.

For more information on homeopathy and detox formulas please visit www.gentlecure.co.uk

Telephone  Simon Andrews Homeopath On 07926149647 Quote detox2020 for a 10% discount on your first consultation fee. (valid until the 1st of March 2020)

Wishing you a healthy 2020!

Simon Andrews

St Luke’s Therapy Centre Reopened and Revived

The trustees have for past four months put a lot of work into securing the building and creating a foundation for a private anthroposophical therapeutic and medical initiative at St. Luke’s (please see the attachment from the trust for further details). The therapists and doctors have signed tenancy agreements with the trust.
The St. Luke’s Therapy Centre is open and we are a dedicated and experienced team of Therapists and Doctors. We offer Art Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Counselling, Eurythmy Therapy, Rhythmical Massage, Singing Therapy, Sensory Integration, Therapeutic Speech, Anthroposophical Medicine and Homeopathy. Please see attachment for further details. More Therapists will join us in the New Year.
It is now time to look towards the future and create a vision for how the therapists, the doctors and the community together can create a centre for wellbeing and healing. The community meeting we had on the 3rd of September ended with the suggestion that we together would create a new model for health that was community based. The purpose of the Therapists and Doctors is to serve the community and to fulfil this purpose we need the engagement and support of the community. To begin a process of creating a vision together we will like to invite you all to a meeting on
Thursday 14th of January 2015 at 7.30 pm at the St. Luke’s Therapy Centre.
We very much hope to see you all there.
We will also like to warmly invite you all to an open day on Sunday 24th of January 2015. This will be the official launch of the new initiative at the
St. Luke’s Therapy Centre and we hope that you will help us make this a special day.

On behalf of the team I wish you all a light filled and peaceful Advent and Christmas

Pia Poulsen