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Herb of the Month: Costus Root (Mu xiang)

By Rebeccca Rice, L.Ac., MSAOM Muxiang large

Using herbs to address gastrointestinal upset.


Posted In: Blog Cleanse and Detoxification Diet and Prevention Gastrointestinal Health Integrative Medicine Mind Body Medicine Nutrition, Food as Medicine Preventative Health Rebecca Rice L.AC Traditional Chinese Medicine

Ling Gu: Relief for Back Pain and Sciatica

By Christopher Reilly L.Ac., MSA Ling gu
Posted In: Blog Acupressure Points Acupuncture Acupuncture, Community Christopher Reilly L.Ac., MSA Mind Body Medicine Pain Management Preventative Health Stress Management

Lao Gong: Acupressure for Connection, Clarity, & Renewal

By Chris Reilly, L.Ac., MSA Laogong

Lao Gong, also known as the "Palace of Toil" is the eighth point of the heart master channel. It is stimulated to ease anxiety and clear inflammation.


Posted In: Blog Acupressure Points Acupuncture Christopher Reilly L.Ac., MSA Mind Body Medicine Pain Management Preventative Health

Frankincence and Myrrrh: As Valuable As Gold

By Rebecca Rice, L.Ac, MSAOM Frankincense-myrrh-450x200

Frankincense and myrrh have been a widely used combination for thousands of years.


Posted In: Blog Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Mind Body Medicine, Reiki Preventative Health Rebecca Rice L.AC Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Power of Sound Healing: Gong Meditation

By Rebecca Rice, L.Ac

Reaching Theta Brainwaves
Sound healing sessions with gongs bring you into a deep rest where you reach a theta brainwaves state. Theta brainwaves occur during R.E.M. sleep, active dreaming and meditation. This is a deeply relaxed state where healing takes place with more ease.


Posted In: Blog Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Rebecca Rice L.AC Stress Management

Magical Thinking

By Jim Whiting, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

The openness of childhood

Did you grow up believing in magic, magical places, and beings?

Did the world seem like a place full of magic, wonder, a place where anything could happen, a world where anything is possible?


Posted In: Blog General Jim Whiting Yoga Instructor Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Stress Management

Tips for Letting Go of Stress

By Jim Whiting, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

Allow Change

Ever try to capture a moment and put it in a bottle, or try to stop the seasons from changing? It just can’t be done. The simple truth is that everything of this world is subject to change. Change is the only constant. You are subject to change. Your body changes, your circumstances change. You are quite literally not the same person you were a year ago, physically, emotionally or in your life circumstances. With all this change we have the choice of moving with the flow of change or resisting it.


Posted In: Blog Jim Whiting Yoga Instructor Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Preventative Health Stress Management Yoga Yoga, Kripalu

“Be the Change You Want to See in the World” - Mohandas Gandhi

By Jim Whiting, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

The seasons are shifting and more change is on the horizon. To resist change is to invite suffering, to surrender to change is to open ourselves to endless possibility.
 


Posted In: Blog Jim Whiting Yoga Instructor Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Yoga, Kripalu

Better Your Birth with Acupuncture

By Rebecca Rice, Licensed Acupuncturist

Having a baby requires preparation.  Whether it’s painting the nursery, adding extra house chores, organizing the crib, clothing, bottles, getting those doctor’s and hair appointments in, there is quite a bit of preparatory action that goes into readying oneself and family for the arrival of the new baby (or babies!).


Posted In: Blog Acupuncture, Community Mind Body Medicine Rebecca Rice L.AC Traditional Chinese Medicine

What Moves Your Heart?

By Jim Whiting, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

Often we hear the expression “Home is where the heart is”. These are wise words that ring with truth. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I can’t help but wonder if we wouldn’t be better served by asking ourselves what moves our hearts?


Posted In: Blog Jim Whiting Yoga Instructor Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Preventative Health Stress Management Yoga Yoga, Kripalu

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The Latest News and Announcements

Community Open House! Saturday May 16 noon-4pm read more

We have moved to our new Delmar home at 90 Adams Place read more

Reiki I Certification Class with Rebecca Rice, L.Ac, MS- Saturday May 30th, 2015 read more

announcing discontinuation of insurance in Bennington office July 1, 2015 read more

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