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How to do a 5 Minute Healing Breath Womb Meditation for Pregnancy Loss

Tantric and Taoist traditions believe that every organ has its own consciousness and energy. The energy of your sacred womb space is what Chinese medicine calls yin energy: receptive, slow moving, creative and nurturing. Your womb holds an energy signature that is yin but unique to you. And has cells that are capable of creating new life. The energy in and around your cells that magnificently create life can be cleared of old energies and filled with love.

By |2018-11-21T10:41:42+00:0021/11/2018|

FGB Taster Session Offer Nov 2018

Amelia Critchlow will be offering 15 minute Taster Theta Healing® Sessions on Friday 23rd November 2018. Having recently joined Feel Good Balham as a Theta Healer® Practitioner Amelia is delighted to offer these exclusive

By |2019-01-31T06:30:33+00:0020/11/2018|

Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of medicine

Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of medicine. The Chinese and other eastern cultures have been using acupuncture to restore, promote and maintain good health for thousands of years. Nowadays more and more people are finding this long established therapy can offer an effective solution to all manner of today’s ills.

By |2018-11-20T05:10:01+00:0020/11/2018|

birth – FGB

The time we spend in the womb sharing our mother’s experiences, our birth process and our first six years of life all go towards making us the person we are today.

By |2018-11-19T12:19:23+00:0019/11/2018|

On becoming a Mum

Becoming a mother can be a magical time, filled with excitement, beauty, and joy. Your new baby has arrived and your life as a mum begins. Many mums go through ‘baby blues’ in the first few days after birth. Baby blues affect more than 80% of women after they give birth. The baby blues are caused by a sudden drop in oestrogen just after giving birth. Oestrogen levels can drop more than 100 fold in the first three days after your baby is born.

By |2018-11-19T08:47:18+00:0019/11/2018|

The history of social media

Believe it or not, the internet did not start with social media sites such as Instagram and Snapchat. In the 1970's the internet was filled with Bulletin Board Systems, that were effectively online meeting places that allowed users to communicate. However, at the time, the internet was accessed via a modem and therefore calling rates were charged, limiting the amount of time that individuals would spend online.

By |2018-11-19T08:45:07+00:0019/11/2018|