“To Boob or Not to Boob”. That is the question asked in a blog recently by a therapist as she pondered whether to pump up her chest with some fake ones to see a new client after a double mastectomy. […]

read more

I took this photograph on a Saturday morning in a dorm at Yale University. Every week, undergraduates of various fields of study met to practice calligraphy. No one received ‘credit’ for the time spent there. Even toward the end of […]

read more

Looking effortlessly cool in a jacket, jeans and jewelry has more to do with how we feel about ourselves than how much we spend on clothes and accessories. What we choose to put on each and every day is our […]

read more
EYE HEALTH
08.30.10

Our eyes are remarkable organs—allowing us to marvel a sunset, a Matisse painting, devour a great book or just cross the street, cook a meal or drive a car. So what do we do to care for them? Here are […]

read more

I always thought diminished eyesight was permanent until my last year of acupuncture school. Under the guidance of Kiiko Matsumoto, the world renowned acupuncturist, my clinic team and I worked on a 54 year old man who had lost most […]

read more

Feng Shui, literally translated as “water-wind” sounds like what it means—the art of placement in the rooms where we dwell so that chi (energy) flows freely to maximize our comfort, ease and health. Feng shui is one the eight branches […]

read more

This is the season of the sunflower—one of summer’s brightest blooms.  During these sunny  summer  days I have been thinking about how I can incorporate more time in my week to finish the book I have been working on for […]

read more

There are so many unrealized ways to reduce unhealthy stress in our lives.  Try these: Ping Pong: I take to the table to relax, to keep my hand fast and brain sharp AND to ‘break’ from something I am working […]

read more
STILLNESS
07.20.10

The wisdom goes like this: Spend ½ hour a day in stillness but, if you are too busy, then spend one hour! Why? Sometimes we get so busy that our actions have no meaning because we are doing them for […]

read more

Being an acupuncturist is like being a detective, where one has a brilliant and thousands of year’s old body of knowledge to help uncover and treat people’s pain, discomfort and distress. Every person that comes through my door is a […]

read more

Summer is here, and with it lots of colorful and delicious vegetables to enhance health. My friend Ben, who has a medical degree from Yale, has his finger on the pulse of the latest research regarding many aspects of health. […]

read more

A few months ago, Lisa Lelas, asked me to be a guest on her T.V. show Simply Organized to talk about how I manage my time and life as an acupuncturist. I declined. At the time, and still today, I […]

read more
Page 11 of 13« First...910111213