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by | Mar 22, 2021 | No Comments

Tracking your menstrual cycle by recording your basal body temperature, identifying changes in your cervical mucus, and lutenizing hormone testing are all incredibly informative ways to educate yourself about your cycle, and if interested in getting pregnant, or avoiding pregnancy, these markers are key in reaching your personal goals.  Also…

by | Nov 2, 2018 | No Comments

HEALTHY HABITS FOR FALL Here is a few tips to support your mind, body, and spirit as you transition into Fall:   1) HYDRATE YOUR SKIN/BODY: drink and bathe in non-chlorinated water (utilize filters to avoid chlorine intake through the lungs and skin). One Water Systems offers full house filtration…

by | Jun 1, 2018 | No Comments

Kayleen recently spoke at an event and shared self care tips specific to the summer season.  See presentation by clicking on “read more” and then clicking on link below: Cultivating a Joyful Heart and Peaceful Mind Through Natural Medicine

by | Apr 21, 2018 | No Comments

When was the last time your tech devices improved your sleep & posture or increased the time you spent in nature?!  When was the last time social media truly made you feel a deep connection to your friends or family or yourself?  Exposure to technology and the amount of time…

by | Sep 21, 2017 | No Comments

Details   Come explore how traditional Chinese medicine can deepen your yoga practice! This workshop focuses on the Fall season and offers life nourishing techniques to let go and go with the flow. You will experience: a brief introduction to Chinese medicine, a soothing abdominal castor oil treatment, Qi Gong…

by | Jun 28, 2017 | No Comments

I personally experienced the power of  traditional Chinese medicine after fracturing my femur and recovering twice as fast as the average patient with acupuncture, therapeutic massage, dietary and herbal therapy.  There are so many natural and highly effective resources for patients recovering from traumatic injuries, surgeries, and seeking relief from…

by | Jun 12, 2017 | No Comments

Basal Body Temperature (a.k.a. B.B.T.) charting can be incredibly informative and helpful for a patient and practitioner in tracking the female menstrual cycle especially ovulation, which is a woman’s most fertile time.   You will need: 1) a “B.B.T. ” thermometer which tracks the small changes in temperature a woman…

by | Jun 12, 2017 | No Comments

Patients can experience profound healing by eating according to the principles of traditional Chinese nutrition. Check out the  Yin Yang Diet website, where Canadian acupuncturist Tara Akuna offers meal plans composed of healing foods to help you correct your particular imbalances.  She addresses the most common traditional Chinese medicine patterns of…

by | May 8, 2017 | No Comments

Chinese Medicine is not a one size fits all type of medicine.  Patients may find the treatment experience is more personal and therefore it is important to find a practitioner that resonates with you.  What makes my treatments unique? Typically, acupuncturists see several patients at one time in multiple treatment rooms.  I…


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