By Nora Franglen
Trade Paperback Book
Based on her well-read blog, Nora Franglen provides a rich insight into the inner thoughts and feelings of a master acupuncturist. Covering everything from her love of coffee shops to how to treat patients effectively, it reveals the holistic and rich nature of acupuncture.
What does it mean to ‘be’ an acupuncturist? How does a highly experienced acupuncturist view her practice, her patients, and the world in general?
Based on her widely-read blog about the wholeness of life as a Five Element practitioner, Nora Franglen’s breadth of interest shows how the curiosity and life experiences of the individual lie at the heart of what makes a true acupuncturist, over and beyond the necessary knowledge and expertise in the technicalities of practice. From her penchant for coffee shops to reflections on challenges she has experienced in the clinic, Nora illustrates how the Five Elements influence, illuminate and, ultimately, enrich all aspects of her life, and vice versa.
With reflections gathered from over several years of posting linked by Nora’s commentary, this diary is truly enlightening reading for anyone interested in the inner workings of a practitioner at one with her craft.
About the Author:
Nora Franglen has a degree in Modern Languages from Cambridge University, and worked as a translator whilst bringing up a young family. Her own experience of five element acupuncture led her to study at the College of Traditional Acupuncture, Leamington Spa, UK, and she continued her postgraduate studies there under J R Worsley. She was Founder/Principal of the School of Five Element Acupuncture (SOFEA) in London from 1995-2007 and continues her teaching through her practice, through postgraduate work in the UK, Europe and China, and now through her blog, norafranglen.blogspot.com. She lives in London, UK.