I get asked the question, “How often should I get treated?” every single week. I , more often than not, answer the question with getting treated in the range of once per week to once per month or “as needed”. But, it depends. I think anything in that range is beneficial to keep the body … Read moreAcupuncture: How Many Visits?
Many people are looking for relief from chronic pain these days. There are so many types of treatments and practitioners out there, but the longest standing method to this day is acupuncture. At the office or out-and-about, the most common question I get asked is, “What do you treat?”. I would guess around 80-85% of … Read moreAcupuncture for Pain
Connect deeply to a spirit of gratitude in this yoga & acupuncture-enhanced experience. The perfect way to prepare your body, mind, and spirit for the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holidays. Register online!
Move your body, and still your mind in this unique self-care workshop. Flow through a 1-hour fluid practice with gentle postures and breathing exercises, meant to balance the body. We will wrap up our practice with an acupuncture-enhanced savasana. This mindful workshop will leave you feeling relaxed through the balancing effects it has on the … Read moreYoga & Acupuncture with Jaimie Ross, RYT & Adam Gloyeske, LAC
Realign with this unique self-care workshop. Flow through an hour of energizing and empowering yoga for all levels. We will wrap up the workshop with an acupuncture-enhanced savasana, designed to keep you feeling grounded and present, both mentally and physically. Register online!
It has been a good while since the last time I’ve blogged, but I’ve been encouraged to start it back up, again. I have covered the main channels and organs that are associated with different conditions/symptoms and what I look for when treating patients, blah, blah, blah. For this blog, I wanted to be transparent … Read moreIn My Shoes
Some of you may have noticed I have slacked on the whole “monthly” blog deal. Well, there’s “eb and flow” in life, and I’m hoping to get back on the “flow” of blogs. I’ve been having a blast helping new people every day! So, the Spleen and Stomach are what’s on tap for this specific … Read moreThe Meridians and Channels – Spleen/Stomach
Hey everyone, I’ve been pretty busy over the last month, so instead of focusing on the Spleen/Stomach channels this month I wanted to give you a blog that could have a pretty immediate impact on your health and well-being. I’ll continue with the Spleen/Stomach next month…or day. Again, playing fast and loose with the monthly … Read moreWalking
June’s “In Health” blog is focused on the Kidney and Bladder channels. The Kidney channel can get a little “woo-woo” if that kind of talk throws you off. However, I’ll explain the way I use these channels in the clinic to treat real life conditions. I don’t want to explain it, currently, but I will … Read moreThe Meridians and Channels – Kidney/Bladder
This month’s “In Health” blog is focused on the Lung and Large Intestine channels. I’m kind of pushing the envelope with the monthly blog thingy. There are only a few days left until June. Crazy. Let’s jump right into it. I’ll start with the Lung, which is the Yin channel of the Lung and Large … Read moreThe Meridians and Channels – Lung/Large Intestine