Some of you have asked me what it is you should be ‘doing’ during your treatments. My suggestion is – Go with your body’s needs and do whatever you feel like!
Some of you may use this time to reflect on your week, some may meditate or take the time for a much needed nap. Your time here at the clinic should be a relaxing and comfortable experience so use this time to positively influence your day.
Here are some techniques that I have found useful when I am resting during my acupuncture treatments:
Several dear patients at the clinic have recently given birth, or are due to give birth soon to their beautiful babies, and I have written this for them as well as for myself. Having a baby is a magnificent, transcendent experience that transforms the life of a new mother in a multitude of ways. Along with the bliss comes an unprecedented level of constant and sometimes challenging demands that must be met and it is tempting for a new mum to put all her needs on hold to tend to her precious new baby. Being a new mother myself, I know all too well how easy it is for this to happen. However, it is vitally important that we look after ourselves as mothers so that we can sustainably continue to give our little cherubs the love and care they deserve. It is also important to model a healthy attitude of self-care for our little ones as they grow up.
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