• Chinese New Year – The Year of the Sheep

    Chinese New Year – The Year of the Sheep

    © article by @siobhanseville – @tcmireland

    The Chinese New Year is a festival also called Spring Festival that shows the start of a new year, which begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice.

    Dating back more than 4000 years, it is the most important and grandest celebration for the Chinese people.

    They clean their homes thoroughly in preparation, as it is said to be bad luck to “sweep away good luck” on the first few days of the year.

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  • Sandro Graca, Lic. TCM

    Sandro Graca, Lic. TCM

    Sandro Graca is a graduate of the Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Sandro is still studying, currently doing the MSc in Advanced Oriental Medicine with the Northern College of Acupuncture and Middlesex University.
    Originally from Portugal, Sandro moved to Ireland in 2004 and established successful Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine clinics in Santry, Maynooth and Trim.
    Sandro was the first Acupuncturist in Ireland to be granted membership of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.

    Recently, Sandro took a position on the Board of Directors of the Obstetrical Acupuncture Association.

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  • Siobhán Seville, Lic. TCM

    Siobhán Seville, Lic. TCM

    Siobhán Seville is from Rathfarnham, Dublin. Being a mother of four, she was always looking for a more natural way of treating her children’s as they were growing up – which was how Siobhán came across Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

    Siobhán is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of TCM Ireland alongside Sandro Graca – their work and expertise has made TCM Ireland a recognised and reputable entity in the field of acupuncture for fertility, IVF enhancement and pregnancy care in Ireland.

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