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Battling Cold and Flu Season with Acupuncture

We Want to See You When You’re Sick! By Deanna Tasi Until you’ve seen us regularly, most people don’t know that acupuncture and Chinese herbs are great for treating and preventing colds and flus.  Let’s start by saying, don’t worry about getting us sick!  We are in the know on how to protect ourselves when […]

Got Insomnia? Acupuncture can help!

Got Insomnia? Acupuncture can help! There is nothing worse than not being able to sleep at night. Tossing and turning, watching the clock tick closer and closer to when you need to get up and start your day….its a dreadful feeling.  There are a lot of commercial remedies out there, but who wants to become […]

Happy Holidays, take the generosity challenge!

It’s an interesting time of year. I always notice how the energy of the holidays is like a can of mixed nuts. There’s the cashews, the sweetness of generosity and giving. The pecans, that wintery nut giving us tradition. The walnuts, ahh, the all knowing ancestors, the family unit, the sense of community. And finally, […]

How to Decrease Chronic Inflammation with Diet

How to Decrease Chronic Inflammation With Diet Chronic inflammation in the body is linked with many serious illnesses: heart disease, numerous  cancers, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, arthritis, autoimmune conditions. We usually think of inflammation on the surface of the body presenting as local redness, heat, swelling and/or pain. It signifies our body’s healing response, and means that […]

A real life patient spotlight: Fertility and Acupuncture

Sara had been trying to get pregnant for two and a half years now.  She had been pregnant about a year and a half ago, but unfortunately she lost the baby around week 8, they tested the tissue and found no answer.  Her and her husband had been trying naturally since then.  They have also […]

Wellness starts with maintaining your body through nutrition, Chinese medicine and acupuncture

Storytime with Jack Kornfield

From a Soul Food, a collection of stories compiled by Jack Kornfield. One of the best examples of the attentive heart came after Gandhi’s death, when the whole Gandhian movement was in disarray. Within a year or two of the establishment of India, a number of Gandhi’s followers decided to have a nationwide meeting to […]

post-natal recovery using acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine

Healthy Holiday Eating for Pregnant Women

Being pregnant over the holidays can be tricky to navigate. Holiday parties display a whole feast of yummy goods, some that we typically only see at this time of the year. Here are some tips for you (or your pregnant friends) when preparing, serving or eating holiday foods. Turkey and stuffing: Cook the turkey until […]