Real Nutrition: Simple Soup in 7 Minutes

by in Acupuncture July 8, 2016

This extremely basic soup contains some of the healthiest ingredients you can find for digestive health, including probiotic cultures (miso base), anti-inflammatory herbs (tumeric) and whole system nourishment (spinach, chickpeas).  The chickpeas thicken the soup to make a creamy texture, and the greens keep in light and refreshing.  The marinated chickpeas (from MOMs Organic Market) […]

Hello, Summer!

by in Acupuncture June 29, 2016

Summer is the time of year when the most yang qi is available, both in nature and in our bodies.  This means there is a great amount of energy available for healing and transformation.  Many people observe that they feel at their best in the summer.   For this reason it is important to continue with self care […]

On Flow

by in Acupuncture February 28, 2014

If you are familiar with Chinese Medicine, you know that Acupuncture is all about flow. According to one of the central philosophical texts, the Tao Te Ching, the “highest good is like water”, meaning the most advantageous way to be is move effortlessly and become effortlessly. Being in flow is commonly described today as being […]