‘Tis the season for light, laughter and music. Chinese medicine also tells us it’s a time for rest and solitude. This can be a tricky balance and often we find ourselves frazzled and tired. Give yourself permission to cut back and just do the minimum. Of course make sure the kids have a magical Christmas, go to a few parties, and then sleep in and rest! Holidays will go better and actually be more joyous. Also come in for your seasonal acupuncture tune-up. It will feel wonderful and you will sleep better, have fewer colds and flus, and generally feel better!
Chinese medicine tells us we change with the seasons and are part of nature, no matter how advanced our technology has become. This is why it’s important to come in for an acupuncture tune up as the seasons change. To see a discussion of this concept click on the video.
In the acupuncture clinic we ask a lot of questions about your overall health, even when you’re coming in for a very specific problem. In this video I explain why that is.
A brief introduction to our practice with William Zvarick, and some answers to frequently asked questions about acupuncture.