Zoom Room Timetable week beginning Monday, 17th August
Subscription for the week – £10
You can either transfer the money into my account, J L Hilton, 20-11-13 80239542 and on the website there is now a “Pay Online” facility available for your convenience. With this method once you have made payment, I receive notification of payment and then send links out to you. If you pay directly into my account, via bank transfer, please email me for the links to be sent…..many thanks!
Monday 17th August 2pm to 3pm Yoga & Somatics
Tuesday 18th August 6.30pm to 7.30pm – Moving Qi/Yoga & Meditation
Wednesday 19th August 7pm to 8pm – Yoga Nidra
Thursday 20th August 10am to 11am – Yoga & Somatics
**FREE SESSIONS** Meditate together…..
These sessions will begin again in September
MONDAY 17th AUGUST 9.30am with Alison…link below
Chinese Herbs as Food Medicine
This Monday, 17th August, at 9.30am, we are taking a final look at some Chinese herbs which can be used in cooking or drunk as a tea. They are all simple foodstuffs, but with extra special properties. Some you will have heard of, others less so, but all available here in the UK. Learn about their energetic actions, and how to use them for best effect. This week we will be looking at Cong Bai, (spring onions to you and I), Sheng Jiang (ginger), and Gui Zhi (cinnamon), plus others. We will also be chatting about my favourite Ju Hua (chrysanthemum flowers) which can be enjoyed as a tea, and is especially delicious with Gou Qi Zi (goji berries) for added fruity flavour!
The sessions are free of charge, there’s no need to book and they are open to all. For more information, feel free to contact Alison by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her Facebook Page, Eight Branches Acupuncture @Acu8Branches.
So why not put the kettle on, make a cuppa, pull up a chair and join Alison Monday to hear more about the wonderful world of Chinese herbs.
Topic: More Chinese Herbs as Food Medicine
Time: 9.30am Monday 17th August 2020.
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