Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture & Flow

Acupuncture & Flow

As a Chinese Medicine practitioner I often find myself speaking of flow.  We try to find words to explain as best as possible what we know to be true in our experience, and for me the way to healing ultimately is to be in flow.  What exactly does that mean?

Our Body's Climate

Our Body's Climate

One may observe that when the weather becomes excessively moist, dry, hot, windy, or cold that they suddenly feel their joints ache or a headache come on.  While one person may find their asthma gets worse in dry weather, another person's asthma disappears completely in response to dry weather.

Chinese Organs do what?!?

Chinese Organs do what?!?

If you have ever had an acupuncture treatment you may have heard the following:  ‘Chinese liver moves your qi’ or ‘Chinese kidney affects your fear’.  Chinese liver who?  If you have grown up in any country outside of Asia, chances are that human organs mean something completely different to you.