The leading cause of disease in our modern day lives is undeniably stress. Occasionally stress is placed upon us; however, more commonly, we impose stress on our own selves. Whether stress is actual or perceived, our bodies process stress the exact same way that our ancestors did. When our ancestors … [Read more...] about Shifting the Scales on Stress
I have often described myself as a biomechanical CranioSacral therapist. I am intrigued on how different structures and systems interrelate and create a well-oiled machine such as the human body. … [Read more...] about CranioSacral Therapy and Treatment of Scoliosis
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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
Chrysanthemum is an herb grown throughout China. The flower part of the herb is often used to clear heat and relieve toxicity. It can be used externally as a compress (for inflamed eyes for example) or is commonly used in a tea form. It can help to clear summer heat, prevent sunstroke and … [Read more...] about Cold Chrysanthemum Tea