The purpose of yoga is to create strength, awareness, and harmony in both the mind and body. Continue reading “The Benefits of Yoga”
When you think of taking care of your teeth, do you think of acupuncture? You probably don’t and that’s not unusual. Most people believe that brushing, flossing and a trip to the dentist for a cleaning twice a year is a good dental routine. And for most, it is. Continue reading “How To Keep Your Teeth Healthy With Acupuncture”
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is all about balance–energy balance, in particular. And whether you visit a Western or an Eastern practitioner for fatigue, you’re likely to get the same advice: Incorporate more balance into your life. TCM will provide you with various tools for achieving balance. If you experience fatigue with no known medical reason, you might want to consider trying some TCM approaches that address the root causes of this pernicious condition, not just the symptoms. Continue reading “5 Ways to Treat Fatigue with Traditional Chinese Medicine”
Yogis, writers, tailors, hair cutters, software engineers, carpenters, baristas… For many of these people, wrist pain is the bane of their existence. Ask, and most will tell you they have carpal tunnel. Continue reading “Acupuncture and Carpal Tunnel”
Bipolar patients struggle with a lifelong disorder that causes unpredictable manic and depressive episodes from day to day. An estimated 1.9 million Americans suffer from this illness, and their families, jobs, and relationships are often disrupted by the persistence of extreme ups and downs. Continue reading “Treating Bipolar Disorder with Acupuncture”
Have you seen Iron Man 3? At the end, there’s a scene when main character Tony Stark is undergoing surgery. If you look closely, you can see acupuncture needles in his chest.
A well-balanced life is essential for personal effectiveness, peace of mind and living well.
Whether we work, go to school or are retired, we all have responsibilities.
10 bucks says your body needs help detoxing.
How could it not? Our food and water are laden with hormones and chemical by-products. The air we breath is discolored by pollutants. Our homes are “cleaned” with products requiring rubber gloves for safe handling. Continue reading “Acupuncture and Detoxification”