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ACUPUNCTURE

Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of yin and yang of the life force known as Qi or chi. Qi is said to flow through meridians (pathways) in the human body. Through 350 acupuncture points in the body, these meridians and energy flows may be accessed. Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces. If needles are inserted into these points with appropriate combinations it is said that the energy flow can be brought back into proper balance.

CHINESE HERBS

Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the great herbal systems of the world, with an unbroken tradition going back to the 3rd century BC. Chinese Herbal Medicine, along with the other components of Chinese medicine, is based on the concepts of Yin and Yang. It aims to understand and treat the many ways in which the fundamental balance and harmony between the two may be undermined and the ways in which a person's Qi or vitality may be depleted or blocked. Clinical strategies are based upon diagnosis of patterns of signs and symptoms that reflect an imbalance.

YOGA CLASSES

WARM VINYASA

Vinyasa (also sometimes called “flow yoga”) is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together, so that practitioners move seamlessly from one pose to another, coordinating movement and breath. It is not a “fixed” style, which means that there is no set sequence, so each Vinyasa class is different. The focus in Vinyasa is on the temporary nature of things – we enter a pose, remain there for a breath, and then move out of it.

The final section of the class is dedicated to a pranayama (breezing), short meditation and yoga Nidra (deep relaxation).

Our Warm Vinyasa class is heated to approximately 87-89 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Please join us for a class every Tuesday and Thursday from 12pm-1pm.

      

ACUPUNCTURE
CHINESE HERBS

Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of yin and yang of the life force known as Qi or chi. Qi is said to flow through meridians (pathways) in the human body. Through 350 acupuncture points in the body, these meridians and energy flows may be accessed. Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces. If needles are inserted into these points with appropriate combinations it is said that the energy flow can be brought back into proper balance.

Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the great herbal systems of the world, with an unbroken tradition going back to the 3rd century BC. Chinese Herbal Medicine, along with the other components of Chinese medicine, is based on the concepts of Yin and Yang. It aims to understand and treat the many ways in which the fundamental balance and harmony between the two may be undermined and the ways in which a person's Qi or vitality may be depleted or blocked. Clinical strategies are based upon diagnosis of patterns of signs and symptoms that reflect an imbalance.