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Rose. Thorn. Seed. Guest post by Austin Dixon, L.Ac

At the end of every year my family spends a weekend with 2 other families to celebrate my husband’s birthday and the New Year. On New Year’s Eve, after we put the kids to bed and all the adults put on PJs, we get some refreshments and gather around the fire to discuss the highlights and lowlights of the previous year and our hopes for the coming year. 487 more words

Healthy Living

Insomnia & Chinese Medicine

Pain is the primary impetus for most patients coming into our clinic. Although acupuncture is usually very effective at treating pain, it becomes limited when sleep is hindered. 889 more words

Acupuncture

Reasons Why You Should Walk More

I personally think walking is highly underrated. For many people, the first thing that they think of when someone mentions the word ‘exercise’ is the gym. 540 more words

Thoughts

10 Great reasons to try acupuncture

If you need an excuse to have a treatment, other than it makes you feel fantastic, here are 10 Top to Toe terrific reasons to call your local practitioner and make an appointment today! 239 more words

Health

Winter Qi (Su Wen 2)

The Huang Di Nei Jing is one of the most core texts in East Asian medicine. It lays out many of the core philosophical and treatment principles that are still referenced today. 445 more words

Accupuncture

Boost Your Immunity With This TCM-Inspired Bone Broth

Feeling chilled this winter? Maybe a bit sniffly? Bone broth, which has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), will not only warm you up and nourish you, it’ll boost your immune system too. 1,323 more words

The Role Of Acupressure In A Human Body


Acupressure helps the body with its subtle energy layers to let health and well-being flow in a positive rate. When you stub your toe, bump your knee, or whack your elbow against something, your first reaction is to touch the spot which hurts. 384 more words

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