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Cancer: the ‘Western’ Disease?

By Steve Coster / 15th May 2021

One in two people will develop cancer at one point in their lifetime.  That sounds pretty terrifying, doesn’t it?  Before I begin then, let’s get some perspective; not everyone who gets cancer dies of cancer.  Cancer treatments have come a long way in recent years, especially if they are identified early.    It is now possible […]

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Springtime and Emerging from Lockdown

By Steve Coster / 24th April 2021

What does Spring mean to you?  Traditionally it is a time of new beginnings, a time when we burst forth with renewed vigour after a long winter of rest and recovery.  As we slowly emerge from Lockdown (again), this all sounds quite relevant. Gulag COVID 19 One of the things I’ve been hearing my patients […]

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Supporting Local Business

By Steve Coster / 17th March 2021

Over the Lockdown local businessman Dave McNeilly has been interviewing other local businesses who have stayed open during the pandemic. Here I am talking to Dave about who I am and what I do. If you have any questions about acupuncture, or any of the topics in my blogs, please do contact me.  Find out more […]

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The Yin and Yang of Snow

By Steve Coster / 10th February 2021

No matter how much of a pain the snow can be (disrupting travel, closing schools (if they weren’t closed already)), it still sparks that childhood joy in me.  My heart still leaps when I wake up on a winter’s morning to find that is has snowed over night.  And although I no longer rush out […]

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The Heart Speaks and the Kidneys Listen

By Steve Coster / 18th November 2020

Since the Lockdown I’ve been seeing more and more people who are suffering with anxiety and depression.  Recently I resumed my work at Macmillan and, although my first client was booked in for 45 minutes, we ended up chatting for the whole treatment.  For my client it was invigorating to simply get out of his […]

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Autumn is here…nearly!

By Steve Coster / 14th September 2020

Just when we thought it was Autumn the sun has decided to give us one more blast of warmth!  Strictly speaking, of course, it’s the tilt of the planet and the southerly winds that dictate when it is warm in the UK.  The sun doesn’t really care.  It just shines on regardless, 24/7 all year […]

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Escaping the Herd and finding your Path

By Steve Coster / 31st August 2020

So, something else that I noticed over the Lockdown was this insistence of “keep on going”, “only the weak give up”, and “keep calm and carry on”, etc.  This type of mantra has been around forever of course, but it seems to have become more prevalent lately.  Or is it just me?  There is nothing […]

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Are you Looking but not Seeing?

By Steve Coster / 4th August 2020

One of the things I noticed during the lockdown was how often I have my head down looking at my phone.  I eventually uninstalled Facebook, not only because I was looking at it far too much, but also because it made me feel bad for not totally redecorating the house or learning a new language. […]

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Competition Time!

By Steve Coster / 12th May 2020

This is your chance to win a copy of Peter Deadman’s ‘Live Long Live Well: Teachings from the Chinese Nourishment of Life Teachings’☯️ ☯️ I am offering one lucky person this excellent book by Peter Deadman about the Yangsheng (Nourishment of Life), lessons from the Chinese classics on: Diet: what to eat and how to eat Exercise […]

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Breathing the Qi Gong Way

By Steve Coster / 12th May 2020

How are you all feeling?  These are difficult times, especially if you are prone to feeling anxious anyway.   It’s  the uncertainty of what lies ahead that makes me feel a bit anxious.  The trick is to stay in the moment, by which I mean, trying not to dwell on the past or the future […]

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