Tracey Underhill-Law

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Scotland

What have I been up to since moving to Scotland? Apart from getting to know my local area and taking a sabbatical from work? I’ve been learning to make sourdough. My friend Jim started me off with some advice and I haven’t looked back.  Sourdough is much kinder on the gut than modern yeasted bread. […]

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Tai chi
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Tew Bunnag – The art of living in harmony

Tew Bunnag is my T’ai Chi instructor. Sharing T’ai Chi practice with us, a much needed antidote to our current stressors. 2020, a global challenge and life changing events unfolding.

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Acupuncture
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Acupressure points useful for lungs and inflammation
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Acupuncture
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Japanese Acupuncture

What is the essence of Japanese acupuncture? Japanese acupuncture differs from Chinese acupuncture. Often in the modern practice of Chinese Acupuncture the treatment will be solely focused on the individual problem that the patient comes in for.  In Japanese Acupuncture there is a particular emphasis on first balancing the energy in your body and then […]

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Acupuncture
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A good read

For any visitors to my website who want a comprehensive understanding of how acupuncture works. A great new book explaining how the body works from a Traditional Chinese Medicine point of view.

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Preparing for winter

Autumn is the season where the hot summer days gradually become shorter, and the leaves begin to change, presenting us with their beautiful colours before they fall off the trees to prepare for the coming winter. There is a cold in the air that signals us to start putting away our summer clothes and get […]

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Women's health
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Death Cafe

 Death Cafe Lymington With Tracey Underhill-Law March 8, 2018, 3.15 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. (GMT) suggested donation for tea and cake £3 The Natural Health Hub 87 Lymington High St Lymington Hants (between Dog Trust and Halifax) SO41 9AN United Kingdom http://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/5691/ Hosted by Tracey Underhill-Law About this Death Cafe I have become interested in […]

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Acupuncture
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China

My China trip went well. Nanjing is a lovely city, vibrant and green.  The acupuncture course was observation of two Traditional Chinese Medical Doctors in Nanjing university TCM hospital.  We followed their practice for two weeks. Here is my photographic story. https://myalbum.com/album/QaPCpHXOtF93

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease

It is common within acupuncture practice to meet people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and find that those people benefit from regular acupuncture. Crohns and ulcerative colitis are two of the the more common IBD.  However, acupuncture continues to struggle with convincing the medical profession in the UK that acupuncture can be better than drugs. […]

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Nanjing here I come!

I have some very exciting news. I have been given the job of Clinic Director for Acupuncture  at The College of Naturopathic Medicine and have been given the opportunity to go to China for two weeks to work alongside acupuncturists in Nanjing University Hospital. I am going out in September with three of our newly […]

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