Feb 7, 2023 | Acupuncture, Cultivation
We all know that Chinese medicine is a path of balance. A journey of harmony and restoration. An art that seeks to align the channels and tend to the ebb and flow of Qi. As practitioners we are trying to unravel the knots that bind or drain away imbalances so as to...
Feb 7, 2023
Dec 20, 2022 | Acupuncture, The practice of practice
Making the leap from the classroom to the clinic is an opportunity to explore a new world—but without a travel guide in the form of teachers and colleagues to help guide you along the way. You’re tasked with the lifetime opportunity of applying and refining your...
Dec 20, 2022
Nov 29, 2022 | Acupuncture, Bodywork
Getting off track is not something uncommon for us. In fact, it’s an everyday part of our human experience. The question is, how do you notice when this happens and then how do you reorient? More importantly, how do you navigate when in unfamiliar territory? And...
Nov 29, 2022
Nov 8, 2022 | Acupuncture
Classical Chinese medicine recognizes the Heart (心 Xin) as a central organ to our being. It’s seen as holding the sovereign position as the emperor of the kingdom (i.e., the body). The Heart is where the Shen (神), the spirit, resides. It’s what gives us discernment...
Nov 8, 2022
Nov 1, 2022 | Acupuncture
Tuning in is a cultivated skill that’s in many East Asian Medicine practitioner’s toolbox. We learn early on to bring our intention, attention, and awareness to the clinic encounter. To pick up subtle movement and cues on the diagnostic table. But our...
Nov 1, 2022