Video Blog: Bouncing the Boundaries

This week’s video blog covers a particularly important issue for many on the recovery path, how to increase your activity level in a sustainable way without overdoing it. Alex also talks about the role of pacing, the different stages of recovery, and how to know when to “bounce the boundaries” of your current activity level. […]

Interview with Neil Patel

Our second video this week is an interview filmed by Alex for with Neil Patel, who is a yoga teacher with an extraordinary journey of his survival from cancer. Neil was given a 25% chance of being alive after five years if he had his leg amputated and did extensive amounts of chemotherapy. He […]

Eczema and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Eczema and chronic fatigue syndrome are both categorized as inflammatory diseases that can be caused or irritated by allergic reactions to food and stress. Eczema’s symptoms are dry itchy patches of skin, swollen tissue and sometimes bleeding open wounds. Stress and exhaustion can cause the symptoms of eczema and chronic muscle fatigue to worsen. Certain […]

Dry Skin Brushing to Heal the Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

One of the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome is a build up of toxins in the body in the form of inflammation. Skin brushing is a technique that reduces and eliminates toxins through the skin. The skin expels as much as 2 lbs of waste per day and it is the largest source of removing […]

Arthritis and Chronic Muscle Fatigue

Chronic muscle fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are auto-immune, pro-inflammatory disorders. What this means is that the body is being damaged by its own immune system. While the immune system is the body’s way of fighting off viruses and bacteria, when inflammation occurs the body perceives these conditions as invasive. The resulting symptoms are stiffness […]

Video Blog: Groundbreaking article from clinic team

This week we are very excited to be sharing with you perhaps the most important article ever written by the clinic team about our approach to treating M.E./C.F.S./Fibromyalgia. It was written by Niki and Alex in August and was the main article in CAM Magazine last month. In this week’s video, Alex introduces the article […]

Swine Flu and Your Building Your Body’s Resilience to All Infection

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Video Blog: Acceptance

As autumn starts to set in, it’s a great opportunity to reassess things and to really look at how we are progressing with our healing path. One block often to doing this is not accepting where we are with our health. The reason why people often do this is they confuse acceptance for giving in. […]

M.E. Recovery Story: Esther

Our second video this week is a sample from from Alex’s interview with Esther Lilley (her story is also the final chapter in the Secrets To Recovery book). [youtube 9aCU-pK2Uhg]

Video Blog: Nurturing Ourselves

To continue with the theme of the heart, this week’s video blog is about nurturing ourselves and making sure we have fun on the recovery path. We decided this was a great follow up to last week’s video on staying motivated, so please click play below to find out why having fun and engaging with […]