ABOUT THIS EPISODE

After being in a car crash, Katie Brindle went from expert to expert trying to find relief from pain to no avail. Finally, Chinese Medicine provided it, and so convinced was she that its principles were founded in good sense, that she went on to train as a practitioner. 

That was in 2002, and Katie's since become something of a go-to for those in the know for both treatments and advice.


Katie is now at the helm of several projects, including having founded the Ha'you Method range of Beauty Restorer Gua Sha products (aka tools designed to help increase circulation and release tension - I am a firm fan of the original jade restorer as well as the comb), as well as having written a book, Yang Sheng: The Art Of Chinese Self Healing, in which she distils some of her abundant knowledge and offers guidance on how to safeguard health and wellbeing through the practises.


In this episode, Katie explains some of the ways in which Chinese Medicine principles can be incorporated into every day life, and explains why it's more important now than ever to safeguard health.


Link to the breath ritual mentioned: https://hayoumethod.com/the-rituals/rescue-breath-ritual/


Beauty Full Lives is hosted by Madeleine Spencer, produced by Charlie Jones, and with artwork by Sung Lee

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