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Candlelight Vigil Join us this evening, Friday Nov.11th, 7-9pm
near the Greenlake Bathhouse Theater
Informal gathering of neighbors for healing and
fellowship. We’ll provide white candles. No need to bring your own candle unless you wish.
Self-healing you can do at home…
1. I enjoy softly listening to this soothing musical mantra for healing.
Did you know that the simple act of humming a familiar tune can reduce sinus congestion and sinus pressure? It’s all explained in this article by Nick Meyer at AltHealthWorks.com:
Many people suffer from sinus issues and buy various types of over-the-counter and prescription medications to combat them, but there may be a simpler method for relieving sinus blockage.
Acupuncture is great for sports injuries of all kinds, whether you’re someone who works out at a gym or a serious competitor, such as these Olympic greats:
6 Olympians Who Ache For Acupuncture
from The Daily Zeel: Healthy Living via Yahoo Shine
Acupuncture relieves pain and inflammation in the body. The thermographic image above shows inflammation reduction in the knee as acupuncture relieves knee pain.
Inflammation is the body’s common response to injury, irritants, toxins, allergic substances, and pathogens. It is present in most medical conditions and is often the cause of pain. Some of the
There are a few things you can do to make the most of each acupuncture treatment. Whether you are new to acupuncture or have been getting poked for quite some time, you could benefit from the tips in the article below. Think of it as a pre-acupuncture checklist.
8 Things to Remember Before an Acupuncture Appointment
by Sara Calabro, acupuncturist
These brain maps show where different acupuncture points activate the brain. Pictures and text from New Scientist magazine (www.newscientist.com ) April 11, 2012
Where Acupuncture Picks the Brain
Caroline Morley, online picture researcher
(Images: Huang and colleagues, PLoS)
Originating in ancient China, acupuncture has been used for 2500 years. Traditional Chinese medicine holds that disease is caused by
The chart above gives a glimpse into Chinese tongue diagnosis. (To enlarge the chart for readability, click on it once, pause, then click on it again.)
My community acupuncture patients sometimes ask me what I see when I look at their tongues. Among the ways acupuncturists can diagnose illness in
The following wonderful list can help you live everyday with greater ease and get the most out of your life. By raising your awareness and consciousness, you improve your own life and also enhance the lives of others by adding positive energy to the collective consciousness of the Universe. Each of our patients at Purple Dragon add their own healing
Yesterday, I read an article in MDNews.com that described an extreme medical situation which community acupuncture can prevent. In an article entitled “Is Acupuncture Suitable for My Patient?”, Dr. Shao Chyi Lee, MD/acupuncturist tells of a patient who resorted to invasive brain surgery because he couldn’t afford acupuncture for arm pain. Here is the excerpt from Dr. Lee’s article: