A medical system that has been used for thousands of years to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. Qi (the body’s vital energy) flows along meridians throughout the body and keeps a person’s spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical health in balance. Oriental medicine aims to restore the body’s balance and harmony between the natural opposing forces of yin and yang, which can block qi and cause disease. Oriental medicine includes acupuncture, dietary recommendations, Chinese herbal therapy, meditation, physical exercise, and massage.
A practice geared toward people who want to improve their lives in specific ways, such as changing careers, finding a healthy relationship, taking their business to a new level, losing weight or deepening self-understanding to reflect clients’ personal values and priorities. It differs from therapy in that the focus is more on the present and future than the past, and more on goals and behaviors than emotional patterns.
Or personal counseling with a psychotherapist, is an intentional interpersonal relationship used by trained psychotherapists to aid a client to increase the individual’s sense of well-being. Psychotherapists employ a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change and that are designed to improve the mental health of a client or patient, or to improve group relationships such as a family.
Emphasizes the role of the heart as a key component of the emotional system and provides a set of tools and technologies that make it easier for people to make positive emotional and attitudinal shifts that induce a state of coherence between the mind, the heart and the body.
A scientifically validated process of restructuring the body through movement, touch, and education which aims to re-educate the human body so that it lives and moves in harmony within the field of gravity.
A healthcare discipline that emphasizes the inherent recuperative power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. In addition, doctors of chiropractic recognize the value and responsibility of working in cooperation with other health care practitioners when in the best interest of their patient.
A system of massage used to relieve tension and treat illness, based on the theory that there are reflex points on the feet, hands, and head linked to every part of the body.
A unique sequence of dietary and culinary education and planning is provided in alignment with each client’s goals for progression toward optimal health
A practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical (anatomical), functional (physiological), and in some cases psychological purposes that involves acting on and manipulating the body with pressure.
Seeks to restore the natural rhythmic movement found between the bones of the skull and the movements of the sacrum to aid the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid throughout the central nervous system.
A variety of services is offered for purposes of maintaining skin health, anti-aging, and relaxation.
Refers to a state of extreme relaxation and concentration in which the body is generally at rest and the mind quieted of surface thoughts.
Our clinic offers a multitude of classes and seminars directed toward education the community.
A medical practice that operates around the idea that large doses of a substance may cause a symptom while small doses will cure the symptom. Homeopathic medicines work by stimulating the individuals own natural defenses.
In ancient times, the desire for greater personal freedom, health and long life, and heightened self-understanding gave birth to this system of physical and mental exercise which has since spread throughout the world. The word Yoga means “to join or yoke together,” and it brings the body and mind together into one harmonious experience.
Helps reduce stress and anxiety. The goal of Taiji and Qigong is to enhance flexibility, balance, and strength, both physically and mentally. Each class is begun with a meditation to center the mind and body, followed by taiji and qigong. Developed in China, Taiji (pronounced ‘tie-chee’) is a martial art that has been used for its healing properties for centuries. All movements are initiated from a relaxed state of being, emphasizing proper alignment of the spine and other joints, while realizing the body’s internal energy. Qigong (pronounced ‘chee-gong’), another Chinese art form, involves meditative health exercises which combine body movement, breathing and visualization. Both are beneficial for people of all levels in terms of health, fitness, and experience.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) relies on herbal therapies both for the treatment of illness and in the optimization of health and prevention of disease. There are about 5700 medicinal substances currently in use, including plant, animal, and mineral substances. Chinese herbs are combined to tailor the treatment of the condition to the treatment and are commonly used to prevent and treat symptoms like sinusitis, allergies, tremors, anxiety, depression, drug withdrawal syndrome, pain and much more.