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5 Common Acupuncture Questions

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Acupuncture: 5 Common Misconceptions Explained 1. It’s just for pain, right? Actually, it’s not. In China, acupuncture is used for thousands of conditions and is also used in hospitals alongside Western medicine. In the United States the same trend is occurring, with many hospitals offering complementary and alternative medicine centers. The

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What is Jujitsu?

What is Jujitsu?

Brief History of Jujitsu Jujitsu is the hand-to-hand fighting art of the Samurai in Japan. It’s what a Samurai warrior used in combat when he lost his weapons. The origins of jujitsu are murky, but it is over one thousand years old. It wasn’t a unified martial art back then. Rather,

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Learn About Fraxel Laser Therapy

Fraxel Laser Treatment

Does Fraxel Laser Therapy Really Work? The short answer is a resounding, yes. Fraxel Laser Therapy has been changing lives since its introduction in 2004. During that time, dermatologists and technicians have seen numerous technologies introduced into the general marketplace and an expansion of applications for the therapy. Various skin

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What Can Applied Kinesiology Do for Digestive Health?

Applied Kinesiology Do for Digestive Health

Applied Kinesiology (AK) Can Help Digestive Health Author: Kathryn Alexander, D. C. The holidays are over, and many of us have overeaten. We may be experiencing some gastric or intestinal discomfort and want a more holistic way of dealing with our symptoms. Many people think that chiropractors work only on

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Stress Management with Yoga, Meditation, and Tai Chi

Stress Management with Yoga, Meditation, and Tai Chi

After teaching Tai Chi for 25 years, it still surprises me the number of people who train, study, or even teach in this field that aren’t fully aware of some of the benefits from regular practice of a meditative art. Often students and teachers alike say, “It just makes me feel good.” There’s so much more to why the regular practice these disciplines. Stress management with yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi all starts with understanding what stress is and what it does to your body.

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Chakras for Beginners

Chakras for Beginners

The 7 Chakras: Energy Centers It is believed that there are seven Chakras that function as energy connecting various physiological and neurological systems in the body. It is the power that connects the physical and spiritual sense of your human being. Chakra is a Sanskrit word that translates to wheel

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5 Ways to Start the New Year with Ridgely Retreat

New Year with Ridgely Retreat

As we prepare to welcome in the New Year, often our intentions turn inward, and we begin to consider what promises we will make to ourselves for the next year. This is a perfect time for reflection and recentering, and Ridgely Retreat is here to guide you through your journey

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What is Applied Kinesiology?

Applied Kinesiology

What is Applied Kinesiology and How Does It Differ From Other Chiropractic Methods? by: Kathryn Alexander, D. C. Applied Kinesiology was developed by Dr. George Goodheart, D. C. in the 1960’s. It is a whole-body chiropractic approach to addressing pain and dysfunction. Since its development, Applied Kinesiology (more informally known

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What is NIA Technique?

The Joy of Movement Is the Secret of Fitness. By following the pleasure principle: If it feels good, do it; If it doesn’t, stop. NIA technique is a wonderful way to heal through movement. What is NIA Technique? Neuromuscular Integrative Action (NIA) is a body-mind-spirit program incorporating cardiovascular fitness through

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Benefits of Pumpkin Facials

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Rejuvenate Your Skin with a Pumpkin Facial Autumn provides an opportunity to recover from the summer toll on the skin left by the sun, chlorine and saltwater. As dry, colder air arrives, your skin may begin to lose precious moisture. After a summer full of sunny fun, it’s a wise

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