What I like most about acupuncture and oriental medicine is the way the person is treated as a whole. For example, a headache is unique. A person presenting with one will be treated in a different way than anyone else […]

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Here is my one sentence answer twenty two years later after first learning the Five Routines: Soaring Crane Qigong is a form of exercise rooted in Classical Chinese Medicine that uses gentle but challenging movement along with mental focus and […]

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CHALLENGE YOURSELF. Last weekend, my father, who turned 86 two months ago, joined me on a hike described as “moderately strenuous”. It was NOT. We had boulders to climb while hanging on to rooted tree stumps and about 21/2 hours […]

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A Sanctuary
03.30.10

As many of you know, I have moved my office from the bustling streets of Soho to one of the most beautiful mixed residential/commercial blocks in the West Village at 26 West 9th Street. The office has two treatment rooms, a large window in […]

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It is almost springtime and I am in Barbados with my family getting a jump start on the summer sun. This morning my son and I took to a beach on the West coast scouting for some good photos he […]

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What do we need to thrive and not just survive in our work, relationships and community? The answer may be simpler than you think. 1.   Silence…the world is noisy…it is tough to ‘hear’ where, when and how to move in […]

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Vacation: the process of vacating. Giving yourself time to let go of daily concerns, allowing some open space while you put your routine aside. Impossible to go to the Caribbean?  Try ‘vacating’ in smaller more regular doses: Go on an […]

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Maureen Goss, M.S. L.Ac,  From October 2009 issue of Westview Mainstream medicine is increasingly recognizing acupuncture as an effective treatment for many disorders including osteoarthritis. According to the largest scientific clinical trial of acupuncture ever conducted, which was published in […]

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Article from  January  2009 issue of Westview Magazine On July 26th, 1971 James Reston authored an article in the New York Times that introduced most Americans to acupuncture. He wrote it from his hospital room in Beijing after undergoing an emergency […]

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