Nature's Aromatherapy: Honeysuckle

I have not studied aromatherapy, but I raised my son on a farm surrounded by acres of fresh earth that produce profound and changing aromas throughout the year. Like those who do study aromatherapy, I believe that these scents can […]

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Vegetables, fruits, flowers AND your health do not just happen without some serious effort. How can we cultivate the seeds of our well-being in this season of growth and renewal? Here are 7 suggestions: Find out what moves you from […]

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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 solstice. Just like all of the other seasons, its unique weather affects our internal environment. Late summer is the dampest […]

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What if we did not care what others thought? What if our choices were not driven by materialistic standards or prevailing cultural trends? What if we acted not only for ourselves, but with a deep care for our communities, for […]

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The cold weather has arrived. Winter is the time to reflect on how our lives match up to what we envision for ourselves and for pondering how to close that gap in the coming more active seasons. Here are some […]

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The holidays are only a couple of months away. Time for some Fall wellness inspirations.  Here are 4 suggestions: If you have seasonal allergies, consider consulting with an acupuncturist. Resolving allergies, according to Chinese Medicine, is not a one time […]

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We had a frost last night. The first of the year. I thought it the perfect time to republish the article I wrote for the September 2010 issue of Westview: The New Voice of the West Village. It is a […]

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Every acupuncturist needs time to replenish their energy (chi) because of the nature of the work we do and that is exactly what I have been doing. It has been brilliant to be clipping errant vines and weeding at sunset […]

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I know, it is only spring and I am already talking summer…but this is an unusual one for me. During the months of June, July and August I will be away from the office for professional development and renewal. Professionally, […]

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The following article by Maureen Goss was published in the March 2011 issue of Westview: The New Voice of the West Village. A List of Things to Do — or Not Do — When Winter Finally Wanes Ah…spring in the […]

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SPRING RUSH
02.22.11

Last week when it hit 54 degrees, the first rush of spring moved through me as I walked from my home to the office. No bitter cold to shrug up against—shoulders dropped, big breath in. I could almost see the […]

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“The best way to find your self is to lose yourself in the service of others.” This quote from Ghandi rings true on this last day in my office for 2010. I am grateful for my personal and professional blessings […]

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