The seasonal shift from winter towards summer can be challenging for some. Although many people crave the change and renewal that comes with spring, it can also be difficult to embrace the transformation in the body and mind.
Whether it’s bouts of hay fever, lingering colds, or achy muscles caused by the long-awaited introduction of exercise that come with spring, here’s a few words on how seeing one of London’s best acupuncturists could help you harness new energy and renewal!
Get Ready for a Fresh Start
The resting of our bodies during winter now offers us the chance to build again. This stored energy that has been accumulating over the course of dark and often dreary winter months can now start to take shape as days get longer and we start to fit more into our day-to-day lives, from exercise to social activities.
For some, this is characterised as the period where Yang energy increases and takes effect on the body—eventually coming into full force in summer. Unfortunately, this can be an overwhelming feeling too. Acupuncture can be a great way to guide this flow of energy and help the body get ready for a fresh start.
Embrace Spring Creativity
Our ideas can come to life in spring as we find the energy to move forward with our plans and collaborate with others through various creative processes, whether this happens at work or in one’s personal life. Acupuncture may help to embrace this mood of creativity and unleash dormant creative energy that has been hibernating over winter.
Maintain Health and Avoid Injuries
As you make the most of increased daylight and potentially venture back to the gym or start practising your favourite sport, there’s also a risk of injury and muscle fatigue as your body is not yet used to this level of strain. With acupuncture, it may be possible to increase resilience as you start to become more active.
Get in Touch for Acupuncture Support
At our clinic you’ll find some of London’s best acupuncturists who are able to help people of all walks of life find relief from both physiological pain and causes of mental health decline, such as stress and anxiety.
Our treatments include acupuncture but also a wide range of Chinese medicine practices and traditional exercises like Qi Gong, yoga and pilates. We also offer massage treatments and physical therapy to people experiencing pain and discomfort for a range of reasons.