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Dragon meets Condor

On July 31, 2018, Posted by , In Events,News, With Comments Off on Dragon meets Condor

I’ve been studying Daoist internal alchemy, Chinese Medicine and Qigong for the past 10 years.  I am a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, massage therapist, certified Qi Gong instructor and Yi Jing consultant (Chinese Astrologist).  The Daoist arts have helped to transform my life on so many levels and dimensions and I am grateful to help and teach others. In this past year, I’ve been drawn to the incredibly inspiring  Eagle Condor Council healing intensive program. …

Courage

On January 18, 2018, Posted by , In Health,News, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on Courage

Life is challenging.  Do you agree?  I mean, come on, let’s be honest here.  I practice medicine, live on a farm and am surrounded by beautiful, hard working, honest people.  But it’s a tough world to stay sane in.  There is upheaval around every corner, both in the geopolitical arena and also in my own home. That’s why a regular practice to something, anything is critical for my emotional and physical well being.  It takes…

Chinese Medicine as the Bridge

On January 16, 2018, Posted by , In Health,News, By ,,, , With Comments Off on Chinese Medicine as the Bridge

How can Chinese Medicine assist the community with healthy living? For starters, it has a rich 5,000 year-old history. Typically things don’t last long if they’re not working. Chinese Medicine takes a systematic approach to finding a healthy balance with the use of acupuncture, herbs, exercise, nutrition, and mindfulness/meditation, to name a few. Acupuncture techniques include the use of acupuncture needles, cupping, scrapping, massage, moxibustion, electrical stimulation therapy and much more. The treatment and management…

In Between Summer and Fall: The season of Late Summer

On September 12, 2016, Posted by , In Health, By , With Comments Off on In Between Summer and Fall: The season of Late Summer

The Season of Late Summer: Have you sensed it?  Step outside in the morning and the air has a chill.  Take a walk outside and you may see a leaf or two fall.  Yet, the trees are still green and the flowers speak of life to be lived.  Fall has not arrived, but summer is undoubtedly coming to a close for 2016.  In Chinese medicine we actually have a name for this season, called late…

The Art of Self-Care

On March 19, 2015, Posted by , In News, With Comments Off on The Art of Self-Care

The Art of Self-Care by Allison & Callan Welder Many of us spend a fair portion of our day thinking about and caring for others. You may work in the health care profession where it is literally your job to care for others. Perhaps you manage employees in your work environment or have a partner, children or parent that you care for. This is a noble and necessary part of life as a human. It…