Chinese Medicine divides the year into five, not four, seasons. Late summer begins around mid-August and ends by the autumn equinox. Just like all of the other seasons, its unique climate can dramatically affect our body, mind, emotions and spirit. […]

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From The Shoreline Times; Aprit 27, 2018 by Maureen Goss Ah, spring on the Shoreline. People venturing into their yards with rakes instead of snow shovels, scraping the dead vines to uncover fresh earth already shooting sprouts. Daffodils dotting the landscape […]

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How are the slow and graceful movements of qigong exercise similar to an acupuncture treatment? Next Tuesday, February 13, at the Guilford Free Library from 12-1 p.m., I will be explaining how acupuncture works. https://tinyurl.com/y86b3pmc A few simple qigong exercises will […]

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What determines health? Of course there are our genes, our constitution, environmental factors, exercise, diet, and lifestyle, but there is more: what about beauty, art, and love? More specifically, as the subject of today’s blog: music. Project: Music Heals Us […]

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Late summer often marks the time when we prepare to get back into a more structured routine undotted by swims in the sea, vacations and visits, growing gardens and gathering their fruits. We had a big event this summer when […]

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Like most acupuncturists, I see a good number of chronic cases: people with diseases lasting three months or more. Pain that won’t go away, chronic fatigue, insomnia, and a host of other diseases can inspire people to turn to acupuncture. […]

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Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest and most used medicines on the planet. Its philosophy and theories advocate living in harmony with the environment. When the seasons change, our bodies do this rather dramatic internal tango to realign with […]

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How can we blend our bodies, hearts, and minds into building a life that lifts our spirits, soothes negative emotions, and improves physical health? Today, as I am homebound in this coastal blizzard that is fiercely striking at my windows […]

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I am ‘home’ again, treating those I have known for many years as well as some I have just met. My new office overlooks the Town Green in Guilford, CT. The treatment methods that I use have been cultivated by years […]

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The holidays are over and perhaps the New Year’s resolutions have faded. It is ‘ordinary time’—perfect for falling into healthier routines in our diet, exercise, and lifestyle. Here are three suggestions. Start small so it will stick. Here we go: […]

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House Rules
10.05.16

“Honoring daily life” is one of the eight guiding principles that Deborah Burke, the newly appointed dean of the Yale School of Architecture, uses when creating homes where people feel their hearts can dwell with ease. I recently went to […]

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Chinese Medicine divides the year into five, not four, seasons. Late summer begins around mid-August and ends with the September equinox. As with all of the other seasons, its unique weather affects our internal environment and our organs. Awareness of […]

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