May 16, 2023 | Acupuncture
East Asian medicine uses a completely different map of physiology and function from that of modern biomedicine to understand health and illness. It’s a set of tools and perspectives that gives us a unique look at the entanglements of function and form. And when using...
May 16, 2023
May 9, 2023 | Acupuncture, Cultivation
What’s more powerful, a whisper or a shout? What has more impact, a punch to the gut or an intended and targeted slight? Strength and power, these are two different things. In this conversation with Bob Quinn we explore the gentle practice of using the Teishin, and...
May 9, 2023
Apr 25, 2023 | Acupuncture
In the realm of East Asian medicine, uncertainty is a constant companion, a persistent reminder of the mystery of life. Like a meandering river, the health status of our patients is in a state of constant flux. It can be a daunting task to navigate these changing...
Apr 25, 2023
Apr 11, 2023 | Acupuncture
Western and Eastern medicine have often stood at odds, separated by skepticism and worldview. But perhaps the best path is neither, but both. Perhaps the best path to healing lies in bridging the gaps between approaches to medicine—cooking together science and...
Apr 11, 2023
Mar 21, 2023 | Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine
The principles of Chinese medicine, with its focus on balance and harmony, have long offered effective treatment methods for respiratory disorders, by both fighting pathogenic influence and by allowing the essence of health to flow freely. Our treatment modalities are...
Mar 21, 2023
Feb 21, 2023 | Acupuncture
As the winds of change sweep through the healthcare landscape, the acupuncture profession stands at a crossroads, and as is the nature of a crossroads– there is uncertainty. But as with any crisis, there is both danger and opportunity. It is an opportunity to...
Feb 21, 2023