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The Healing Sounds of Bells – a special instrument

Saturday 27th September 2014 at 7pm You are invited to attend a meditative Bells music event performed by Sandor Szilagyi, Registered Sound Massage Therapist from Budapest. Embark on a sound journey to your inner self. Sandor is travelling to East Grinstead to give a...

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Discovering The 5 Personality Types – Which one are you?

The theory of the five elements is one of the main tools an acupuncturist can use in order to understand a person's nature, personality types and symptoms of disease. The five element cycle is related to the cycle of the seasons throughout the year: from Spring (wood...

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5 Things You Need to Know About Acupuncture Courses

Acupuncture is a fascinating and highly rewarding subject however, many people know little about this ancient medicine and as a result, choosing acupuncture courses that are right for you can be a tricky business. If you are considering studying acupuncture you may...

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How I came to study acupuncture – Sarah Major

Sarah is a senior lecturer, clinic supervisor and point location co-ordinator at ICOM.  She also runs a busy private practice locally. Here’s what Sarah says about how she came to study acupuncture: I was always a bit of a frustrated medic, I guess. I loved science,...

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Cottage Hospital To Acupuncture College

History of a cottage hospital Our acupuncture college has a very interesting history and has actually been a medical establishment for more than 100 years. It all began with Dr. John Henry Rogers, who was a local GP in East Grinstead in the 1850s and 60s. The 1861...

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