We know many of you, like us, are seeking information to stay healthy and balanced in the weeks ahead. We have put together a series of informative facebook live sessions to share our expertise and give you tools for self care and wellness!
Please support our efforts and watch, comment and share with your friends!
FACEBOOK LIVE SCHEDULE
12:00 Noon EST
Monday April 27 – Karen Siegel Propis – Chinese Dietary and Nutritional Therapy
Proper nutrition is paramount for good health. As a registered dietitian trained in dietetics from a Western medicine perspective, Karen understand the role of nutrition in health and in disease states. What many don’t know is that good nutrition is also an important part of TCM. This Facebook Live presentation will give some guidelines to promote health and wellbeing.
Tuesday, April 28 – Jennifer Pillow White – How to help jaw tension with some self-help techniques
Jaw tension is a common complaint due to stress and poor posture. It can lead to pain, clenching, headaches and neck discomfort. There are some self-help techniques that we can do to ease the tension.
Wednesday, April 29 – Julie Shindler Cohen – Using kitchen ingredients as herbs.
The idea of using Chinese herbs in the Western world can seem exotic, but did you know you already have some herbs in your own pantry? Join us as we examine our grocery lists and understand how we can use daily ingredients as medicinal herbs.
Thursday, April 30 – Julie Silver – Favorite tools for staying grounded and centered on a daily basis.
Bringing balance and steadfastness can be a multifaceted approach. Join Julie as she shares some of her personal favorite reading, tools and sayings that help keep her emotional and spiritual health in balance!
Friday, May 1 – Monica Mae Leibson – Pandemic Trauma.
We will start with a brief explanation of how trauma impacts us individually and collectively. Monica will support you in normalizing how your body & mind have been coping during this time. Education on this topic will provide some relief and capacity to move through it in a healthy way.
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