I have been in practice a long time – going on 20 years! It seems like my decision to start acupuncture school was yesterday. Fast forward to now! We have a busy practice with 5 acupuncturists and a CranioSacral therapist and collectively see over 200 patients a week! Our practice continues to grow … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Continued Acupuncture!
It's mid-August and, undoubtedly, you are enjoying the last few weeks of summer. However, in the back of your mind you may be thinking about fall – kids back at school, shorter days, cooler nights. If you are like me – you are not looking forward to the weather ahead, yet are somewhat ready for a … [Read more...] about Dietary Guidelines from Summer to Fall
A few years ago I wrote a detailed blog about supporting our body during the transition to spring. Spring is a time for expansion, growth and elimination. This blog talks about supporting the Liver and ways to gently taking care of our body during the spring! Spring is in full bloom and it is a … [Read more...] about Spring Detox Support
I am so excited to share a PODCAST with you! I was invited by Stephanie Lopez Gillmore, hormonal health and weight loss expert. We found each other through mutual health related interests and ended up being passionate about so many similar things, namely women's health. I wanted to talk on this … [Read more...] about Misconceptions of healthcare: What people don’t know and have to find out the hard way
It’s that time of year again! That time where EVERYONE seems to be getting sick with the common cold, flu and worse. Conventional medicine has few options to treat these maladies and we all suffer through the runny nose, sneezing, fatigue and sore throat. But you don’t have to! No one really has … [Read more...] about Tips for Avoiding Colds and Flu
This recipe from epicurious.com is one of our favorite winter soups – so much so that we often double it. We partially puree it with an immersion blender and freeze the leftovers.INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 cups chopped onions or thinly sliced leeks (whites only) 1 cup thinly … [Read more...] about The perfect winter meal: Big Batch soup