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Herb of the Month: Bo He

By Rebecca Rice L.Ac., MSAOM Istock peppermint

Bo He - AKA peppermint - is used in Chinese Medicine to refresh the mind and move stagnant liver energy.


Posted In: Blog Cleanse and Detoxification Diet and Prevention Gastrointestinal Health Mind Body Medicine Nutrition Nutrition Cancer Prevention Nutrition, Food as Medicine Physical Fitness Preventative Health Rebecca Rice L.AC Stress Management

Cancer Survivorship: Things To Consider

By Heidi S. Puc M.D., FACP, ABIHM Istock surviving cancer

Bringing attention to the after-math of surviving cancer is extremely important, as more people than ever are surviving cancer. Dr. Puc offers some things to consider based off more than 20-years of experience in the clinical practice of adult hematology and medical oncology.


Posted In: Blog Cancer Therapy Diet and Prevention General Heidi S. Puc, MD Integrative Cancer Care Integrative Medicine Mind Body Medicine Stress Management

What is Emotion Code?

By Marie McMahon PTA, LMT, CST, CECP Emotion code

Working with the subconscious mind to understand emotions that are tucked away.


Posted In: Blog General Integrative Medicine Mind Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine, Meditation Stress Management

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

Zusanli “Three Mile Leg Acupuncture Point

By Chris Reilly, LAC

One of the most often used acupuncture points to strengthen overall vitality is the 36th point on the stomach channel: Zusanli.


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

Understanding and Managing Your Stress

By Jennifer Baker-Porazinski, MD Family Practice Physician

Stress is the body and mind’s response to the demands of life. In a biological sense, stress can enhance survival (our reaction to meeting a bear in the woods, for example). In small amounts in everyday life, stress can be positive, such as when it helps you conquer a fear or provides extra endurance or motivation to complete a difficult task. Prolonged or intense stress however, can contribute to serious health problems (such as heart disease, obesity, depression, insomnia, high blood pressure and diabetes) through the release of hormones that were meant to protect us against threats.


Posted In: Blog General Jennifer Baker-Porazinski, M.D. Physical Fitness Preventative Health Stress Management

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

Change your Mind

By Jim Whiting, Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

Everyday it seems we are reading about some news or study presenting evidence that our mind is connected to our health. Our thoughts effect how we feel, and how healthy we are.


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

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

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