News and Events
News and events
One of our trustees, Agnes Munday, ran the Brighton Half Marathon on Sunday, 10th October to raise money for Pathways to Health to help support our work with the Oasis project. She raised £1440 on the day, and many thanks to her. The GoFundMe page is still open and can be viewed here.

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We would also like to acknowledge Soreh Levy, who set up Pathways to Health 25 years ago in September 1996. She tecently celebrated her 70th birthday with family, friends and colleagues, and together they raised £100 to donate to Pathways to Health. Thank you for all for your support, especially to Soreh, Simon and Gaynor.

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We are starting another series of Qi Gong classes at the Unitarian Church on Tuesdays from 14th September to 14th December 2021. The classes last one hour from 1pm to 2pm after our Tuesday clinic and are led by Claudia Calahane, who has previously provided Qi Gong classes for Pathways to Health.

Claudia has also posted several Qi Gong sessions onto her YouTube channel Vitality Qigong here. For further information on other sessions or studio classes, please contact Claudia via her website here.

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After the relaxation of Covid regulations on 19th July, we have decided to keep our existing precautions in place to minimise the risk for all. A copy of the letter sent to our clients explaining our decisions and the reasons behind them can be found here.

We have also updated our Covid Code of Safe Practise, which you can read here. All our acupuncture services follow this practise.

These arrangements are subject to constant revision as and when guidance from public health/government changes.

If you are currently 'shielding' or deemed by government as 'an extremely vulnerable adult' we do not advise coming into any clinics yet. Similarly if you are feeling unwell or have any symptoms of Covid, please do not come into a clinic.

We still operate on a drop-in basis, but try to attend at the beginning of each session to take advantage of the time available. As a precaution always check that the clinic you intend to visit is open.

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The Tuesday and Wednesday clinics at the Unitarian Church are organised as follows:

Although the room for the clinic has heating, it is large and has a high ceiling, so on cold days it may be advisable to have warm clothing or bring a blanket.

At our Friday clinic at Cornerstone, sessions are currently organised as follows:

For all clinics, the following applies:
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Many thanks are due to G. Baldwin & Co, Herbalists of Walworth Road, London, who provide the herbs for our detox tea. They have recently generously donated a large amount of herbs so that, in the future, we can continue to offer detox tea in our clinics.

The herbs and their use are listed under 'Our detox tea' on the 'Self-care' menu, together with the recipe for the tea.

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Funding for smaller charities is getting more difficult, especially when local government and charitable trust funding is under increasing pressure. In order to continue our services to the local community we need your financial help to support our work by giving a one-off or regular monthly donation to us. See the About menu listing How to help us.

You can help raise money for Pathways to Health by registering with Give As You Live. When you shop online, a percentage of what you spend is donated by the stores to us at no extra cost to you! You can also help by donating money to us using Give As You Live, or the PayPal charity giving page. See the About menu listing 'How to help us'.