Author Archives: RobinetteAcu

  • The Healing Path of Least Resistance

    Posted on February 2, 2016 by in meditation, mindfulnessI've noticed something in my own life, and have seen it in so many others.  It's the belief that we need to psych ourselves up for our healing journey, for the necessary diet changes, exercise habits, meditation, etc.  It all feels so effortful, like we need to dig deep into our reserves to make this [...]Comments Off on The Healing Path of Least Resistance Continue Reading...
  • I want to work out but it suuuucks!

    Posted on January 14, 2016 by in UncategorizedIt's true.  The first couple weeks of getting into a workout routine can feel pretty miserable.  I know when I started going to the gym again last year, I felt heavy, sluggish, and irritable.  The only thing that got me through was the memory of it getting easier at some point.  I knew that if [...]Comments Off on I want to work out but it suuuucks! Continue Reading...
  • Can You Catch a Cold?

    Posted on January 7, 2016 by in immune health, nutrition, recipes, UncategorizedCan You Catch a Cold? There’s a chill in the air that sinks right into your muscles and bones.  In Chinese Medicine, this Cold itself is a pathogen which needs to be expelled out of the body.  You might feel it as stiffness, aching, tensing, and feeling cold.  Or, you might “catch a cold” and [...]Comments Off on Can You Catch a Cold? Continue Reading...
  • Butternut Squash Soup with Apple and Sage

    Posted on January 6, 2016 by in recipes, UncategorizedFive Flavor Reset Soups Soup is the ideal winter food.  It's soothing and easy to digest. Eating soup in the winter will help you to stay warm and energized during the cold months.  Save the salads and smoothies for spring and summer.  Here is my favorite recipe, which I eat all winter, and sometimes use [...]Comments Off on Butternut Squash Soup with Apple and Sage Continue Reading...
  • The Plant-based Supplement You Need to Heal Your Dry, Winter Skin

    Posted on December 17, 2015 by in Skin HealthWhat is your skin like in the winter?  Does it get be itchy and flaky, like eczema?  Do your hands look shriveled up, as if you’ve aged significantly over night?   When dry skin becomes severe in the cold winter weather, you’ll often find that drinking more water doesn’t help. Even rich, heavy hand creams [...]Comments Off on The Plant-based Supplement You Need to Heal Your Dry, Winter Skin Continue Reading...
  • Acupuncture Holiday Special

    Posted on November 23, 2015 by in UncategorizedStay Balanced This Holiday SeasonTake advantage of special pricing to keep your health on track and avoid the downward spiral. Do you think it's inevitable that you will let your healthy habits go until January's New Year's Resolutions? It doesn't have to be that way!  It's much easier to stay in balance than to dig [...]Comments Off on Acupuncture Holiday Special Continue Reading...
  • Autumn Meditation Mudra

    Posted on November 18, 2015 by in meditationThe Gyan Mudra Compliments Your Fall Meditation Practice A mudra is a hand position that is often used in meditation practices.  There are many different mudras, and each has a different affect on the body.  Everyone is familiar with the "prayer position" of the palms held together, often in front of the heart, used in [...]Comments Off on Autumn Meditation Mudra Continue Reading...
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    Autumn Pros and Cons Infographic

    Posted on September 25, 2015 by in Uncategorized

     

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    Summer Classes: Fire, Heart Health, and Natural Remedies for Anxiety

    Posted on June 15, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    If you are feeling anxious or disconnected from life, it’s time to give your heart the attention it’s craving. In this class, we will explore natural ways for you to feel calm and joyful. Learn a holistic way to take care of your heart with: Food | Herbs | Acupressure | Essential Oils | Meditation […]

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    Motion Sickness Treatment with Acupuncture

    Posted on May 14, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    Travelling can be stressful enough, but what if it makes you sick to your stomach, too?  You may be familiar with the acupressure wrist bands created for this very purpose.  They can be helpful for calming a queasy stomach. However, for best results, you can combine the bands with an acupuncture treatment before your trip, […]

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