What we talk about when we talk about change

October 6th, 2016 by

By Kristen Hatch, hypnotherapist “One of the things I believe is that we already are what we spend our lives trying to attain, but we just don’t realize it!” –Anita Moorjani, Dying To Be Me: My Journey From Cancer, To Near Death, To True Healing A few years ago, I exhibited a collection of my […]

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Cupping: not just for Olympians anymore!

August 10th, 2016 by

Just about everybody who has tuned in to the Olympics this week has been noticing the strangely-symmetrical, perfectly- circular marks on many of the athletes’ bodies.  Many of my patients immediately recognized them for what they were: cupping marks.  And they know that cupping is not just for elite athletes, but for anyone slowed down […]

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Eating strategically for the heat and humidity

July 31st, 2016 by

by Jennifer Nery, LAc According to Chinese medicine,  weather affects the human body directly.  That is, not only might you feel cold in cold weather or itchy or dizzy in windy weather, but you feel those things because the weather actually gets into you— you actually contract cold, heat, fire, dryness, dampness, and wind from […]

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Saying bedtime prayers in difficult times

July 31st, 2016 by

by Tzivia Gover, Certified Dream Therapist and director of the Institute for Dream Studies “Go where people sleep and see if they are safe.” Jenny Holzer, artist I don’t know about you, but recently, I’ve been having a tough time going to sleep. I’ve been too heartbroken and angry over the most recent terrorist attacks, […]

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Do You Dream?

March 3rd, 2016 by

Tzivia Gover, Certified Dream Therapist, is here to guide you through your dreams. Beyond Freud, beyond Jung, this is a whole new perspective. Tzivia is the author of several books, her latest “Joy In Every Moment” is fresh off the press.  Do you dream? Have you ever? Most of us do. We may only remember them for […]

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The Childbearing Journey with Emma Lee: The 1st Trimester, pt 2

February 19th, 2016 by

Traditional Chinese Medicine and our Childbearing Journey: The Trimester, Part 2 For women and men alike Licensed acupuncturist and herbalist Emma Lee will be following this journey through preconception to postpartum and everything in between. The first 3 months will focus on preconception time, then 2 months for each of the three trimesters, followed by […]

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Constant Improvement

February 12th, 2016 by

Alicia Hunter, LMT, is a massage therapist, yogi, ayurveda therapist, and craniosacral practitioner. She is a woman of many talents, and her passion is her guide. The subtlety of Craniosacral therapy has been drawing her deeper and igniting her creativity like never before. Here is a part of her journey. Out of Nowhere: A Journey […]

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Jaana Murto, Classical Homeopathy

February 8th, 2016 by

Hi Janna, Thanks for sitting down to chat. Can you tell me what you do? What is your specialty? I am a classically trained, U.S certified and registered Homeopath. I have a general practice. I help people to select a homeopathic remedy for their chronic physical or emotional issue. During a counseling session a person […]

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What’s My Purpose?

January 31st, 2016 by

Tzivia Gover, Certified Dream Therapist, is here to guide you through your dreams. Beyond Freud, beyond Jung, this is a whole new perspective. Tzivia is the author of several books, her latest “Joy In Every Moment” is fresh off the press.    What’s your purpose? Ask your dreams! by Tzivia Gover, Certified Dream Therapist One quick way […]

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