Archives for October 2013

Protect yourself against Autumn sniffles- October Newsletter

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Here we are in mid-October–the heart of Autumn.  The leaves on the trees have started to change color, cool nights are killing tomato and squash vines.  The days get shorter- and in a few weeks (Sunday, 11/3) Daylight Savings will end.  Even more important to remember right now is that, in thistransitional season of the Metal Element, the lungs are particularly susceptible to disease. People are getting sick right now because of the change in the season. Temperatures are fluctuating, sometimes catching people off-guard. There are two things you can do to protect yourself against Autumn sniffles:

1.  Fortify your body with foods that are pungent such as steamed or braised garlic and onions, cinnamon, and ginger.  This will stimulate and strengthen the flow of energy in the Lung and Large Intestine meridians.

2.  Take extra precautions to keep your chest and neck warm.  The acupuncture points on the neck are most susceptible to wind and cold.  Therefore, wearing a scarf helps prevent wind and cold from entering the body.

Also, this is a good time to review and resume practice of the exercise for the Metal Element.  This is a good time to address-and resolve-issues of sadness and sorrow.

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Assessment with Face Reading with Chris Shelton

Sat, 10/26, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Your face tells it all! Assessment with Face Reading will give you insight on a person the moment you meet. Not only is it fun to learn; it is valuable knowledge that will help you assess and understand your clients and give you insight into yourself.

Learn how to tell if someone is honest, kind, cruel, or mischievous. See where specific conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes are written on the face.

This is a great workshop for anyone who has to work with others.

This is a FREE class.  Space is limited so sign up today!

Nutrition according to your constitution- FREE class with Chris Shelton

Sat, 10/12, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

You want to “eat well.” However, there is lot of conflicting information about what makes up a healthy diet. This workshop will give you a glimpse of nutrition according to Chinese Medicine. Understand that China has the healthiest life expectancy in the world. In other words in China people’s health span equals their life span. Realize that diet plays a huge role in this. Come learn why!

“….the superior doctor should first adjust a patient’s diet and lifestyle. Only if that does not eliminate the patient’s disease should the doctor go on to administer acupuncture or herbs.” -Book of Jook by Bob Flaws. Everyone is as different as a snowflake, so what works for one person may not work for another. Learn how to adjust your diet to eliminate and prevent disease.

This is a free class.  Space is limited so sign up today!