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Though there are three distinct states of water – ice, liquid, and vapor – it’s all water. People also express many different states of being throughout their lives. Sometimes our Water Element becomes cloudy, even muddy. When we balance our Water, we bring clarity and quality to our lives.

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Come join us THIS WEDNESDAY, December 8th, for a free Zoom meditation seminar to heal the heart, mind, body and soul. Click here to learn more and register.

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When holidays stress you out, remember: acupuncture renews your body, mind, AND spirit. If you haven’t seen us recently, call us. We’d love to help you start the new year recharged and ready to go!

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Come join us THIS WEDNESDAY, November 10th, for a free Zoom meditation seminar to heal the heart, mind, body and soul. Click here to learn more and register.

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Even if you have no current health issues, seasonal acupuncture treatment at least five times per year are a smart choice for preventative medicine. It’s like getting an oil change for your car every 3000 miles to protect your car’s health.

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Come join us THIS WEDNESDAY, October 13th, for a free Zoom meditation seminar to heal the heart, mind, body and soul. Click here to learn more and register.

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In late autumn, the trees shed their leaves which rot and decay on the ground, and eventually disintegrate and enrich the soil with their trace minerals.  Shedding the old leaves in autumn makes way for new growth in the spring. There is a symbolic lesson for us in this natural death cycle of autumn: we must let go of the old to make way for the new.

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Every patient I’ve seen since the pandemic started knows I’ve been very careful to follow all CDC guidelines to avoid the spread of this contagious and deadly virus. So I was shocked and disappointed when I developed a cough and sore throat soon after getting back home.

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