Change is inevitable

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Change is good.” In the world of acupuncture, we are more likely to say change is inevitable. And it usually creates stress, regardless of whether we think it’s good or bad. We are all always dancing with life’s changes. After all, the only time that the body stops changing…

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Distance Healing

As our world turns to a global network, many people are finding more health resources at a distance. A lot of therapists have been developing methods of distance healing for their patients. Since acupuncture is energy medicine, it is ideal for just this sort of thing. Acupuncture uses the needle to focus qi/energy in the…

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“My barn having burned to the ground, I can now see the moon.” –Misuta Masahide, 17th Century Japanese Poet and Samurai. His meaning? Loss can be freeing. Anyone who has cared for a dying loved one knows the mixed feelings that follow death and an end to suffering. Not too many years later, Benjamin Franklin…

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Steaming Tea, reflective setup with green plants and notebook

While acupuncture can be used to revitalize the skin and muscles of the face and body, nutrition is the best way to protect our looks. The combination of acupuncture and nutrition is the key to lasting beauty.

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overlooking nature from relaxed spot on balcony

Many people suffer from anxiety, panic attacks, and feelings of fear. This is nothing new as far as the human condition goes. Whether the issue stems from an imbalance in the endocrine system, the nervous system, the organs, or life history, there are many benefits of acupuncture. By removing blockages to the flow of qi and putting the internal systems into balance and order, a person is put in touch with their natural ability to heal.

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