Keep it Simple this Valentine’s Day

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Forget the “Hallmark” aspect of Valentine’s Day, and simply allow yourself to experience and share in the smiles, hearts, and love-i-ness of the day. The way I see it, Valentine’s Day is a day in which we can join millions of other people and simply celebrate Love. Every day can, and dare I say should, be about Love, but… Read more »

Give Your Partner Some Foot Love

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The washing of feet can be seen as an act of hospitality, humility, or piety, but also an act of love and respect. It is a rite commonly practiced by many cultures and religions. There are references to historic religious figures reverently washing their disciples feet, and the current Pope Francis has frequently been seen washing the feet of his followers. In addition to… Read more »

Acupuncture Effectively Treats Neck and Shoulder Pain

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  Are the holidays both a figurative and literal pain in your neck? Acupuncture is here to help! When we are experiencing emotional stress, our bodies will naturally respond the same as they would to an actual physical threat. Our sympathetic nervous system, AKA “fight or flight response,” causes notable symptoms of acceleration of heart… Read more »

Everybody Poops!

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  Regular and consistent, daily bowel movements are generally representative of good digestive health. The regularity and consistency of our bowel movements will vary based on diet, hydration, lifestyle, and stress; however, there are certain steps that we can take to improve our elimination regularity. Having a nutritious dietary regimen starts by eating plenty of… Read more »

Recipe: Fresh Ginger Mint Tea

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  This recipe is delightfully simple, great for digestion as well as sore throats, and totally yummy! Even better, it makes a lovely iced tea in the summer or a hot tea in the winter. It’s also caffeine-free, so it can be enjoyed any time of day. Ingredients: – 3 freshly-cut slices of fresh ginger… Read more »