A few weeks ago, I recorded a one hour webinar for the Singing Dragon library entitled ‘Why do children become ill?’ Chinese Medicine has so much to offer on this topic, at a time when levels of chronic physical illness and mental/emotional illness in children are escalating. Until the end of October, you can purchase the webinar with a 25% discount, by entering the code AWS25 at the checkout. Please go to http://library.singingdragon.com to purchase it.
Discount code for ‘Why do children become ill?’ webinar
This is a big question which Chinese Medicine has more answers to than any other system of medicine I know. Please join me tomorrow (thursday) at 8pm for this free, one hour webinar, hosted by Singing Dragon where I discuss what makes children ill. To register, go to Singing Dragon’s Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/SingingDragon. I will be answering questions during the live event tomorrow evening. The recorded version will be available to purchase afterwards. I hope to see you there!
In the last edition of the European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM), Rainy Hutchinson wrote a really informative and useful review of my book. Please click here to read it. Rainy is herself the author of the wonderful Acupuncture Point Functions Colouring Book, which is available directly from Singing Dragon or from Amazon.
When I am out and about, and am asked what I do for a living, my reply is often met with the response ‘Wow – I didn’t know children could have acupuncture. What do they need it for?’ Here is a link to a blogpost I wrote for my publisher, Singing Dragon, which answers that question!
I was recently interviewed by Kath Berry about my book and about acupuncture for children in general. If you’d like to listen, please follow this link:
I am thrilled to let you know that my book was launched last week, almost exactly three years from the day I received an email from the publishers asking if I’d be interested in writing it! It has been the most remarkable experience from start to finish – at times extremely challenging but ultimately exceedingly rewarding on a personal and professional level.
The book sold out at the British Acupuncture Council annual conference last weekend in Coventry, where I was speaking and the feedback has been wholly positive so far, which is wonderful. Singing Dragon have done a fantastic job on the book which looks and feels beautiful, with glossy white pages and a deep purple cover!
My main aim in writing the book is to encourage more acupuncturists to treat children. I see everyday how immensely beneficial acupuncture can be for children of all ages with a wide range of conditions. And treating them is the most rewarding work I can imagine.
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the book, please click here.