As spring starts, the sap is starting to rise and we enter a movement from a yin (inward) time of year to the rising action of yang. To get an appreciation of this, think of the seed in the soil lying dormant over winter. It is still and waiting for the changes of spring before it starts it's strenuous journey of growth, imagine the enormous energetic push the seed will need to burst forth with life, pushing apart soil and debris in the search for light. This energetic change could be said to happen to us around this time as we shake off of relative inertia of winter. Spring is a great time for starting afresh with new ideas and themes for our lives. Many of us with gardens will start to work the soil and start planning our planting for the summer.
I personally will always attribute Julia's treatment to be the predominant factor in my extended period of remission from Crohn's disease. Julia is both a trusted friend and therapist and I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking an alternative therapy.
My aches and pains in ankles, knees, hips and lower back disappear and my energy levels are given a very good boost too! It is 45 minutes or so of relaxation in a busy schedule. She keeps up to date with modern acupuncture techniques and has recently returned from a trip to China to experience these new techniques first hand. I cannot recommend Julia highly enough
I consider myself very fortunate to have found Julia's Acupuncture Practice 2 years ago, when I decided to try acupuncture for back problems. After a few treatments the problems were solved. Since I have every confidence in Julia's ability, each treatment is a very relaxing and worthwhile experience.