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Summer sun triggering migraines?

Posted by on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 in Acupuncture, General

By Sabrina Lundquist, RAc at Cardinal Point Health. It is warm and bright out and the urge to get out and do things with the longer days is here! But if you, or someone you love, gets migraines there are some pitfalls to summer. Are any of these suggestions are new to you? Brightness and […]

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The Beauty Benefits of Massage Therapy

Posted by on Friday, August 18th, 2017 in Massage

The beauty industry reportedly worth over $445 billion, and let’s face it we’re all contributors. Yet for some, Massage Therapy is thought of as an unnecessary indulgence if not being used to solve a painful issue. However, Massage Therapy has a whole slew of health benefits, one such benefit being your appearance. As it turns out, […]

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Massage Therapy Throughout History

Posted by on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 in Massage

  Modern day massage therapy comes from ancient customs and techniques rooted in history. For centuries, the natural healing benefits of massage have been used by both western and eastern civilizations to heal injuries and relieve pain. However, Cultural shifts (particularly in the west) at one time affected how society viewed massage, classifying it as […]

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Summer Season in Chinese Medicine

Posted by on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016 in TCM

By Kristina Hanson RAc. Summer is the season of long days, abundant energy and lots of daylight. It is considered the ‘fire’ element and is the most active (yang) time of the year. It’s the best time for activity and movement. Your body has a higher metabolism in the summer, circulation is at its best […]

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