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Welcome to Ming Chen Clinics
Ming Chen Clinics is a group of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Clinics each staffed by fully qualified, experienced and registered Practitioners who have trained in TCM, acupuncture and Western Medicine in China and the UK.
Since founding the Clinics, we have been dedicated to maintaining a balance of body and mind: a holistic approach to the individual.
We offer all our clients access to a team of specialists, brought together with the express purpose of providing a substantial experience and knowledge base, who work closely with local GPs, physiotherapists, chiropractors and counsellors.
Ming Chen Clinics have a wide client base, we offer advice and support on all aspects of health related issues.
Acupuncture Awarness Week
7-13 March 2016
Acupuncture is considered suitable for all ages including babies, children and the elderly. It can be very effective and is often integrated with conventional medicine. The treatment is widely considered to be beneficial for a range of symptoms resulting from illness, from clearly defined complaints or to improve general feelings of wellbeing and help with relaxation.
Many different celebrities are also acupuncture fans including gold medal winning Olympian Rebecca Adlington who found acupuncture to be beneficial for an ongoing shoulder injury.
Watch this link to see how Rebecca got on https://youtu.be/jTxXwy1aNzk
From our therapist Cindy Cunningham
Embodied Meditation Realization Process©
Tuesdays 6 - 7.15pm
16th February - 22nd March
Wednesdays 11am - 12.15pm
17th February - 23rd March
Tuesdays: OMH Therapies, 1a Randolph Cresc.
Wednesdays:Central Studios, 14a Broughton St Lane
Cost: £72 cons. £54
These classes are suitable for both beginners and those with meditation experience.
We will focus on ways to attune to ourselves deeply, enabling us to stay
embodied as we meditate.
The unique gift of this work is that the more embodied we become,
the more we can open to the stillness of meditation and to a more
subtle experience of our own consciousness.
The exercises are gentle and precise, helping us cultivate greater depth and refinement
in our contact with both ourselves and our surroundings.
For more information and to book:
I offer individual sessions if you would like to experience
this approach before signing up for the class.
If you want to learn more about this method you can visit
Judith Blackstone's website: www.realizationcenter.com.
Introducing our new
Organic High Mountain
Chinese Green Tea
Our new spring tea comes from Southern China, 800m above sea level.
Picked 5th April 2014 it has a refreshing taste and energising properties.
Therapist Rooms available for rent
We currently have therapist rooms available for rent.
For further information, please contact the clinic:
Special Spring Offer
Book three sessions for £150.00
Look 5-10 years younger with our facial acupuncture treatment
We are delighted to be able to share with you a picture of our well,
built in the north eastern province of Zimbabwe.
"we give opportunity and hope to people by breaking the cycle of poverty"
Here in Scotland we all know about lack of sunlight, particularly in 2012! So looking at recent research, it might be worth considering a daily Vitamin D supplement.
With winter fast approaching, there is bound to be an upsurge in respiratory infections. Recent research at Harvard Medical School has shown that a daily supplement of Vitamin D can reduce the risk of respiratory infection by as much as 50%. A study in Finland reinforces this result, showing that those with low Vitamin D levels are one and a half times more likely to contract a respiratory infection.
For those of us trying to lose weight, a Vitamin D supplement may also prove helpful. Recent research published in the “Nutrition Journal” has demonstrated a significant reduction in body fat mass in those given Vitamin D3 supplements.
A link has long been established between low Vitamin D levels in Northern countries, particularly Scotland and Ireland, and high incidence of MS. Now a study being undertaken at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore suggests a further link between low levels of Vitamin D in MS sufferers and a pattern of more severe relapses during the course of the disease.
So, all in all, Vitamin D has a lot of potential benefits to offer.
24 Bernard Street
Tel: 0131 554 7888
Tel: 0131 554 0808
1239/1241 Cathcart Rd
Tel: 0141 633 2828
9.30am - 6pm Monday to Saturday
(other times by special arrangement)
Appointments can be made by telephone or by email.