Toby Stephens – Clinic Director

  • BSc. Health Sciences (Acupuncture)

  • 6 years Traditional Clinical Apprenticeship in Japan

  • British Acupuncture Council Member

  • Certified Shiatsu Practitioner

  • Fully Licensed & Insured

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May 15, 2019

I awake, shivering, in the cold of the pre-dawn. The single blanket seemed adequate last night.  The alleys I wander along towards the foot of the hill are mostly deserted apart from the odd cow sleeping whilst standing (what a skill!). I savour the quiet and solitude as I begin to climb away from t...

April 27, 2017

How to Hydrate for Health

ShenNong was relaxing one hot day in the mountains. Without a smartPhone to do something “efficient” (take a moment to remember how that felt!), he was instead fancy free to contemplate the beauty of nature about him.

He took his repose in the shade of an old Camellia tree. A...

March 3, 2016

The World is Sound This overarching statement (one translation of the Hindi “Nada Brahma”) is interesting as a philosophical concept. And it may raise a smile

September 23, 2015

Oriental Medicine has highly developed theory and diagnostics for understanding and treating sniffles, colds & flu’s and, actually, all and any febrile diseases right up to full blown pneumonia and tropical fevers. So next time you are a bit under the weather, give your acupuncturist a call!

But what...

June 8, 2015

Can you name the Odd One Out?

Yoga. TaiChi. Karate. Sushi. Capoeira… …Acupuncture. Reiki. Ayurveda. Shiatsu.

Yes, Sushi is the only food. But there is a more fundamental and glaring candidate here. Can you work it out?

We have access to an astounding array of practices/ culture/ in our current g...

May 21, 2015

Yes, that is 10 moons (months)! In ancient China, as in Japan today, pregnancy is calculated from the date of last menstruation. This method results in a pregnancy of 10 (lunar) months rather than the 9 we are used to in the West.

Pulse Classic
The most detailed description of pregnancy in the origin...

March 17, 2015

Current social context and media portrayal lead to the general assumption of men as unquestionably virile and ready to populate the planet.

Often considered as an afterthought if there is difficulty conceiving, let’s take a look at the prospective father to be and simple things he can do to improve h...