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Try “The First Forty Days” by Heng Ou with Amely Greeven and Marisa Belger, which applies ancient wisdom to modern postpartum recovery.
In the US, there continues to be positive growth in Women’s Healthcare, from fertility to menopause. An area that is coming to light is care for women in the immediate weeks post-partum. Find out what Jade Integrated Health is doing?
Between 40-85% of breast cancer patients in the US use complementary and adjunct therapies to manage breast cancer symptoms. Learn about how the services at Jade can help you!
As an acupuncturist, I have treated many individuals seeking fertility support in different phases of their journey. For many, this is a time that is often fraught with stress, anxiety, sadness, frustration, and confusion. It can be isolating and lonely -- and self-care is critical.
OSTEOPENIA, now referred to as LOW BONE MASS, is lower than normal bone density or thickness. Low bone mass is diagnosed by a physician, based on the results of a bone density scan.
There’s no black belt in Qigong, the challenge is in showing up to practice every day and learning about yourself and how to live better.
Meditation and mindfulness do not have to be heavy, deep, serious or painful affairs. If they always are, they will be counter-productive; small doses are normal and are part of learning.
Imagine yourself completely enveloped in warmth, in grateful solitude......
For many of us, food as medicine is a confusing and intimidating idea. But it starts with just one meal. Baby steps - remember the journey is the reward, not the destination.
Hello and welcome to the first in a series of posts designed to assist dancers in maximizing performance while achieving and maintaining wellness. This first installment is about preventing injury. Due to the high impact of an injury to a dancer’s life, a holistic approach to a preventative program is important.
When many people think about scars, they often think only about how they look, but what about how they change the way your body works?
Do you wake up in the morning in pain and wonder why? Have you wondered how exactly you should position yourself for sleep? One pillow? Two pillows? Five pillows? Where do all of those pillows go? Find out if your sleep position is effecting your body and if your mattress is to blame!
Finding time to develop a daily (or at least frequent) meditation practice can be a challenge for many people. Our schedules are filled with so many things that taking time to meditate, let alone relax can seem daunting. If you are looking for a way to have the benefits of meditation (improved concentration and stress reduction just to name a few) as well as a way to allow for your body, mind and spirit to receive deep rest, then Yoga Nidra can be a beautiful practice for you.
Nearly everyone has had the experience of an unpleasant or disturbing emotion that persists so long we wonder or even doubt it will ever change. We can forget what it was like to be without the feeling and believe it’s just the way it is, a part of us - like a body odor. We can try to cover it up like using deodorant but perhaps we would rather discover the cause and change it. This month we dive deeper into compassion meditation and how it can help us in our every day lives.
What to expect when you're...... going to Mom and Baby Yoga! Jennifer Gelfand, DPT, CYT and our very own in house Mom and Baby guru, breaks down what yoga class with your little one is all about.
The Chinese New Year falls on Friday, February 16th this year. Also known as the Spring Festival in China and Taiwan, it is celebrated for the entire week and is a good time for spring cleaning and wearing bright red for good luck. On this special day it is wise to avoid accidents and focus on gentleness and appreciation to create a beneficial influence for the rest of the year.
Qigong (pronounced che-gong) is a form of gentle exercise that is a fundamental component of self-care in traditional Chinese medicine. Less acrobatic than many yoga forms and more active than most meditation practices, this movement therapy gently strengthens, calms, and supports both body and mind. It involves meditation and repeated movements that improve circulation and increase qi (energy), encouraging an overall sense of well-being.