Gua Sha (pronounced gwa shaw) is another technique used to release muscle tension, tightness and constriction.
It’s funny how some things come to be accepted as normal just because the larger flock is engaging in them…If your “medicine cabinet” isn’t overflowing with cough syrups and pain-killers you’re odd.
Let’s get graph right to the point. There is no magic bullet, the easy way out is the wrong way, and quick fixes never stand the test of time.
ESSENTIAL HEALTHY HABITS
To live a healthy life at the most basic level, we all know that there are certain habits that must be maintained on a consistent basis.
Want healthy teeth? Brush a few times daily, floss at least once a day, and visit your dentist for regular check-ups.
Healthy bodily hygiene requires that you shower or bathe daily.
Living at a healthy bodyweight results from consistently eating the right types of foods, and regularly engaging in some form of exercise.
Most importantly, living your life at your absolute healthiest, with 100% energy flow and maximum expression of life requires clearing the body of meridian imbalances and then maintaining those changes through consistent wellness treatments.
These are truths that cannot be denied. When you quit performing any of these proactive habits, its corresponding aspect of health begins to decline.
So let’s say you did give up these habits. What would happen to your state of health as it relates to that activity?
Quit brushing and flossing and you risk losing your teeth. As undesirable as this would be, you can still live without a mouthful of teeth. Sure it’s more difficult, but you would survive. […]
Sciatica, Low Back Pain and Acupuncture Sciatic pain or Sciatica is a very common complaint we see in our clinic. There are many reasons people experience sciatic pain. Nearly 8 of 10 people that experience low back pain will experience sciatic pain and some point. Pain can stem from an injury, low back issues, getting
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TEN STEPS FOR SPRING CLEANING Spring is a season of awakening and of new beginnings. Making healthy choices that will carry you through the seasons is important this time of year. Here are a few ideas to get you started. 1. Embrace yourself honestly. Assess the various aspects of your life, taking note where the
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Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine: How it can help you become a Champion! By: Scot Somes, LAc., Dipl Ac. Founder of Center for Integrated Eastern Medicine located in Denver and Broomfield If there was a way to maximize your potential both physically and mentally, would you be interested? How about being able to concentrate better for
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New Study Reveals Acupuncture Benefits For Women In Menopause By admin | Published September 1, 2014 Natural menopause – the absence of menstruation for longer than 12 months – often comes with a wide range of unpleasant symptoms, such as insomnia, anxiety, irritability, night sweats, and of course hot flashes. However, a recent study found
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