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"Nourishing Yourself is a Joyous Experience And You Are Worth The Time Spent On Your Healing"

Traditional Chinese Medicine connects the mind, body and spirit. It tapes into the bodies healing system and reconnects you with nature

What is Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest medicines and has been practiced for over 3000 years. The basic principles of TCM are rooted in the philosophy of yin and yang. Yin and yang are complementary forces that interact to form a dynamic system in that the whole is greater than parts. It represents the ongoing process of natural changes and transformation in the universe. Yang is the sun and yin is the shade, yin is the water and yang is the fire.

According to Taoist belief yin and yang mirror all phenomena in the universe. The interplay between yin and yang is always shifting. We are constantly affecting the balance of yin and yang in our daily life.


With the Balance of Yin, Yang and Nature

TCM is looked at as a whole-body approach that works together in harmony with the balance of yin, yang and nature. It is a medicine that is used to prevent illness in the body by keeping you in a state of health and wellness.

 Traditional Chinese Medicine is a combination of different healing modalities that treat illness by redirecting the vital qi or life force that travels throughout the body.

Qi, as it is called in TCM is an expression of health and when our Qi is out of balance disease will occur. Every living organism is made up of energy or Qi, all our organs, cells and tissues conduct and transfer energy through protein molecules, giving us life force.

Qi is a bio-electrical force that flows through the body along channels or meridians. The meridians can’t be seen but for thousands of years, they have been studied and observed by doctors in China.

Acupuncture, Acupressure, herbs and foods can manipulate and affect these meridians to redirect energy to send blood and Qi to different areas in the body that need healing.

Modern World Meets Ancient Chinese Medicine

Many factors cause hormone imbalances in the body and normally it doesn’t happen overnight, Too much stress, not enough exercise, over-exercising, a poor diet, bad air quality, not getting enough sleep and medication are some common lifestyle factors that affect our hormones and cause illness in the body. All of these things affect the state of our mental and physical health. Chinese Medicine helps to bring us back into a state of health when life gets complicated or trauma occurs. It helps to relieve or symptoms of fertility, PMS symptoms, endometriosis and menopause.

Acupuncture and Acupressure

Acupuncture is a natural, safe and effective way to balance the hormones with virtually no side effects. When you go to see a qualified acupuncturist thin needles are inserted into specific points. Acupuncture does not force the body, it redirects the energy and blood so that the body can heal itself. Acupuncture helps naturally return the body back into a state of health and bringing balance back into the mind and body. It is very relaxing and calming.

Acupressure is an alternative therapy that is highly effective, easy and safe to do at home. It is the same concept as acupuncture but without the use of needles. It involves applying pressure with your fingers to specific points. Acupressure has been used at home for thousands of years to help improve fertility, balance hormones and increase the immune system. By pressing on the specific point for a few minutes a day it improves your health by bringing blood flow to the organ or area of the body specific to the point.

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women's health

Female General Health and Wellness

The female body goes through many different stages of life. Every woman is an individual and has needs and desires that are specific to them. Health is about living in balance and harmony in your environment. Being able to adapt and change with your hormones and your body. I have over a decade of experience helping women with every phase of their life. I really enjoy figuring out what is going on in the body and getting to the root cause so that the symptoms go away and don’t return.

Chinese Medicine is very helpful to get you back on track when things start to fall off the rails. From puberty to menstruation to trying to conceive and then heading into menopause. Every stage of your life needs support and attention in order for you to live and feel the best that you can. In Chinese Medicine, the female reproductive system is a network of energy systems connected to hormones and organs. Many things in our lives can throw the body out of balance from poor diet, stress, air pollutants, excess emotions, lack of movement and lack of sleep. Any slight change in our life can throw the body off without us realizing it. Sometimes we need help to gentle directing it to return to a state of health and balance. 

Chinese Medicine teaches us that we are a student of nature and if we want to stay healthy then we must follow the laws of nature. 

Nutrition Therapy

Chinese medicine looks at food as medicine and when disharmony happens in the body the first thing to consider is your diet. Food has a qualitative effect on the body and reacts differently in each individual depending on the state of your health.

Food has energetic effects on the body that help it stay in a state of balance or return to a state of balance from an illness. The simple energetic nature of hot and cold foods are implemented depending on the symptoms a person is having or what season it is, for example, in the winter months warm foods like ginger, garlic, fennel, cinnamon and cloves are eaten but in the summer months when it is hot outside cool and raw foods are consumed.

Prevention and avoidance of disease are the concepts implemented in Chinese Nutrition Therapy. Nutrition is the easiest and simplest way to keep the mind clear and the body healthy.

How does food effect your hormone balance? Can I replenish estrogen levels through my diet? Can I still lose weight while eating to attain hormone balance?

We often don’t think to turn to food as a remedy, but it can be. TCM Nutrition Therapy using whole foods works to restore internal system wide balance.

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