What
  • Acupuncture
  • Ayurveda
  • Chi Energy, Tai Chi, QiGong, Martial Arts
  • Chinese Medicine
  • Chiropractic
  • Energy Healing / Reiki
  • Homeopathy
  • Meditation
  • Naturopathy
  • Plant-Based Nutrition
  • Psychic / Intuitive
  • Yoga
Where
16 November

With patience and consistency, the benefits of meditation can change your life, both physically and mentally. Trying to do too much at once, work, school, and managing high expectations are all things that increase our stress levels every day. Stress kills brain cells, contributes to anxiety and depression, hurts our immune systems, and more. In […]

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26 October

Tai Chi is an art that exercises the mind, body, and spirit, leaving you in top form to go about your daily activities. It provides relaxation by a body conditioning exercise that employs flowing, rhythmic movements, with carefully prescribed stances and positions. As a result, it is highly recommended to keep the body in peak physical condition.

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19 October

What do you know about Qigong? To some people, it’s a lifestyle of healthy physical activities to induce relaxation and reduce stress. To others, it’s a means to cultivate the qi to promote healthy living, increase immunity against illness, and increase longevity. What Is Qigong? Qigong (also called Qi gong) is a physical exercise aimed […]

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06 April

Yoga is more than just stretching and exercise. Many of us associate yoga with postures, movements, colorful workout clothes, and sometimes even certain social classes. While there is no problem with the various new types of yoga that have been created through western culture (naked yoga, goat yoga, puppy yoga, etc..), there’s so much more […]

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05 January

Tai chi has been around for over 700 years and is an ancient Chinese exercise that was originally developed as a form of self-defense or martial arts. Today, tai chi is most commonly used as an exercise that involves the connection of mind, body, and spirit. Breathing, visualization, and movement are used conjunctively to work […]

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