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The year of the Yang Fire Monkey is in its final month, and what an amazing year of change and transformation it has been.  For many people it has been a challenging year of conflict, and upheaval.  But, change is rarely easy and comfortable.

We have a few more wee...

March 5, 2016

Happy Chinese New Year!




February 4th welcomes the new energy of 2016, the year of the Fire Monkey, using the solar cycle of the Chinese calendar. The monkey is a playful and curious animal that rarely sits still.  Therefore, the theme of a Monkey year, is one of chan...



Happy Chinese New Year, the year of the Wood Goat!  



The Chinese Calendar is both a solar and lunar calendar based on the principles of yin/yang, and the 5 elements.  Last year was the year of the Yang Wood Horse, a year of great creative force manifesting as confli...




The festive celebrations are approaching, marking the end of the year with thoughts, plans, expectations and wishes for the new year to come.

In Taoist Philosophy the external is a reflection of the internal, "as above, so below". Ritual is an important practice fo...


Being a time of transition and growth, it is naturally a fantastic time for creating a vibrant body, mind and spirit.


Change is the essence of the I Ching, and of Chinese Medicine.  Spring represents the archetypal energy of a seed germinating and breaking through the...

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