(And digestive conditions)
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common, chronic, functional gastrointestinal disorder. 22% of the British population and consists of symptoms including bloating, flatulence and abdominal pain.
In TCM, IBS is viewed as a result of spleen and stomach disfunction. It can be caused by invasion of the spleen by climactic factors, external pathogenic factors and diet.
IBS can also be a disharmony of the spleen and liver, which is related which causes a stagnation in the gut.
However, stress, anxiety and depression are major contributing factor of IBS, as it stimulates the sympathetic nervous system, which in turn causes spasms in the large intestine – an organ that is highly sensitive to conflict and stress.
Acupuncture can regulate the levels of neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine, have positive effects on mood and stress reduction.Alongside herbal medicine and lifestyle adjustment, IBS can be managed in a most natural way.
1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem
of some kind each year in England. If you’re
working through anxiety, depression, eating disorder or other mental health issues where you’re seeing a therapist, psychiatrist, or other healthcare provider, we can support their work with you.
In TCM, Qi refers to the vital energy that flows through the body. The smooth and harmonious circulation of Qi is crucial for maintaining mental and emotional balance. There are a number of TCM treatments, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine, to help restore the free flow of Qi, alleviating emotional blockages and promoting mental well-being.
Treatments at Yinspire therapy can help you to identify the imbalance of your channels based on TCM, improve your sleep, increase your energy, and lift your mood.
Women, by virtue of their birthright are creative individuals with unique energetic patterns. When in balance, women enjoy a sense of freedom and well-being. To maintain this state, there must be a free flow of Qi.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a long history of addressing women’s health concerns and has been used for centuries to promote overall well-being and balance. This healing system views the body as a whole, with an emphasis on restoring harmony in the body’s systems.
Some common women’s health concerns that TCM can address include menstrual disorders, fertility issues, pregnancy support, postnatal support and menopausal symptoms. Yinspire therapy use various techniques and treatments to address these concerns including acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy, and lifestyle recommendations.
"Yin has helped me with very long term energy stagnation in digestion initially, her acupuncture treatment was very effective and calming. It also helped induce good sleep and rest. Also, I would say her very calm presence makes the treatment even more effective I feel.”
R.C -age 42 /IT Product Owner
"I’ve been seeing Yin through my pregnancy, a mixture of Tuina and Acupuncture. I didn’t feel like I was getting enough from general prenatal massages but Yin has been able to get to all my aches and knots (whilst avoiding key pregnancy points)."
Couldn’t recommend her enough!
"My 9 year- old daughter and myself have been seeing Yin for several months now. My daughter suffered from eczema on her face and neck since last summer, after acupuncture sessions, diet changes and taking herbs, her eczema is completely cleared. Yin has also helped me with weight control and hair loss issues.I highly recommend Yin to anyone looking to improve their health and wellbeing. ”
L.H -age 50 / PA
"Yin has been working with me for 3 months now, and has been very effective in her treatment. She is compassionate, thorough, kind, so well trained in her field. I recommend her very highly."
J.D- age 63/ Business Ower
"Yin Has helped me with hair loss and menopausal symptoms like hot flushes and mood swings, For the first time in 5 years I feel so blissful and great about myself"
"I reached out to Yin as I've been coping with physical strain as a result of increased frequency in martial arts training. I love training, but after a couple of nights of poor sleep because of waking up in the middle of the night wracked with muscle spasms caused by overactive nervous system. I'm pleased to say after the 1st session- Acupuncture + Cupping, even after training that same evening, I had an undisturbed sleep that night and felt more rested and energised the next day.
I'd definitely recommend having treatments with Yin as part of any recovery plan."