The winter solstice is a time to move slowly – a time to be wise with our bodies.
Book of the Week: The Tao of an Uncluttered Life: Lao Tzu’s Ten Principles for Organization by Karen Hicks.
The five elements, or phases, in Chinese medicine are fire, metal, wood, earth, and water. Fire melts metal – metal penetrates wood, wood separates earth, earth absorbs water and water quenches fire.
Video of the Week: Clear Clutter and Change Your Life Bigtime
The Arviga techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy are founded on the ancient Mayan technique of abdominal massage which is an external non-invasive manipulation that repositions internal organs that have shifted, thereby restricting the flow of blood, lymph, nerve and chi.
Vitamin D is extremely important. It lowers the risk for depression, type 2 diabetes and breast cancer.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming.
The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional Chinese Medicine, supplements, nutrition, and more. Host Dr. John Nieters, acupuncturist and health educator. http://www.thebalancingpoint.net
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