Autumn 2015 – Yin & Yang

2017-09-18T18:10:58-05:00

In my mind, real “summer” didn't begin until mid-July, so I am really hoping that we have a warm September and a nice looooong Indian Summer! In Chinese Medicine, early autumn is the time that

Autumn 2015 – Yin & Yang2017-09-18T18:10:58-05:00

Apex Acupuncture Summer 2015 Update

2015-09-08T15:43:14-05:00

Happy Summer! Summer is my favorite time of the year! In Chinese medicine, it is the season of highest Yang - it is the time of expansion, growth, lightness, outward activity, brightness, and creativity. Our

Apex Acupuncture Summer 2015 Update2015-09-08T15:43:14-05:00

14 Things Acupuncture Can Help You Achieve in 2014

2014-01-07T15:57:13-06:00

http://acutakehealth.com/14-things-acupuncture-can-help-you-achieve-in-2014 By Sara Calabro Happy 2014! The new year is officially underway, so it’s time to get serious about any changes or improvements that you’ve committed to making in 2014. How are you going to

14 Things Acupuncture Can Help You Achieve in 20142014-01-07T15:57:13-06:00

Apex Acupuncture & Wellness Winter 2014 Newsletter

2014-01-06T16:07:34-06:00

Each new season offers an opportunity to take stock of our health and realign with our natural rhythms. “Winter is the end of all the seasons.  To unify with winter, one emphasizes the Yin principle

Apex Acupuncture & Wellness Winter 2014 Newsletter2014-01-06T16:07:34-06:00

Apex Acupuncture Autumn 2013 Newsletter

2013-09-25T16:09:19-05:00

We quietly slipped into Autumn this week.   Each new season offers an opportunity to take stock of our health and realign with our natural rhythms.   From the perspective of Chinese Medicine, this season

Apex Acupuncture Autumn 2013 Newsletter2013-09-25T16:09:19-05:00

Why Every Busy Woman Should Try Acupuncture

2013-08-21T16:00:47-05:00

http://www.shape.com/blogs/why-every-busy-woman-should-try-acupuncture When I found out my new health insurance covered twenty-five sessions of acupuncture treatments in a calendar year, I thought to myself, why not try it? I've always been curious about the benefits from

Why Every Busy Woman Should Try Acupuncture2013-08-21T16:00:47-05:00

Common Reactions to Acupuncture Treatment

2018-03-07T09:50:24-06:00

Everyone reacts differently to acupuncture treatment and it may take awhile for the body to become accustomed to the effects of treatment. By tapping into the body's Qi (translated as "energy"), we're trying to nudge

Common Reactions to Acupuncture Treatment2018-03-07T09:50:24-06:00

Acupuncture For Flu?

2011-10-23T08:10:54-05:00

A look into an alternative way to get through flu season. By Carol Haslam October 12, 2011 http://chestnuthill.patch.com/articles/acupuncture-for-flu-3cc7e234 Once again, flu season is upon us. In my last article, I examined the importance of taking

Acupuncture For Flu?2011-10-23T08:10:54-05:00

Yoga: Five Element Flow Workshop 10/22

2011-10-17T07:02:16-05:00

Just a quick reminder that I’m teaching another “Five Element Flow” workshop at Namaskar Yoga from 1pm-3:30 this Saturday, 10/22.  The first hour will be lecture / discussion about some TCM basics and specifics about

Yoga: Five Element Flow Workshop 10/222011-10-17T07:02:16-05:00

Needles and Herbs and Dogs (Oh My!)

2011-10-17T06:57:11-05:00

I attended a presentation given by the Dr. Brent Bauer of the Mayo Clinic (http://www.mayoclinic.org/bio/10328319.html) last Monday night.  The presentation was promoted with the title “Needles and Herbs and Dogs, Oh My!” and I mistakenly

Needles and Herbs and Dogs (Oh My!)2011-10-17T06:57:11-05:00