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Fall Health Tips

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September is here and summer is winding down.   We’re here to help you make the most out of the ups and downs of the fall season. Including  a healthy recipe for the abundance of veggies ripening all around us and Acupuncture for fall allergies. 

 

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Spring time Health

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Spring it on!

Spring is a magical time of year, as Mother Nature begins to awaken, the earth warms, and blossoms unfold toward the sun. Nature makes it appear so effortless, but for people the transition seems a bit less elegant from one season to the next, especially from winter to spring. More often we find ourselves feeling heavy and sluggish, like a grumpy grizzly bear reluctantly ...

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Winter Eating

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Keep in step with the quiet, nurturing Yin nature of winter 

 

 The winter months of the year often find us in a frantic state of shopping, decorating, traveling, and other high-energy activity. Yet instead of having fun, we often end up feeling ill, anxious, or depressed. The reason, according to Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), is that the action-packed schedules we keep at this time of year fall out of sync with the earth’s natural cycles.

 

We naturally have ...

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Healthy Habits

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Healthy Habits

 

A week or two into the year most of us have already forgotten all about our New Year’s resolutions. It’s easy to just let your health promise slide when your life gets back on track again after the holidays.

 

Whatever your barrier to a healthy, happy lifestyle, Yoga and a proper diet can help keep you on track.

 

 

Yoga for a pick me up

The food we eat ...

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Eating for the seasons

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Each meal is an opportunity to heal, and Balance is the key to health.

 

Eating for the seasons

 

 

You and seasonal adjustments

 

* Consider your environment, not just the date on the       calendar and be conscious of your body’s reaction to changing seasons.

 

* If you have continuing health problems for a particular season, make adjustments to your eating and lifestyle ...

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New Year Yoga Challenge

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Healthy New Year Yoga Challenge

During the month of January we will be having a New Year Yoga Challenge. The root of our challenge is about setting new habits, helping you find a healthier happier you mind and body. The challenge is not about getting fit, but getting healthy by focusing on your daily choices. Committing to a Yoga challenge and being active will reduce stress to help you get happy and healthy. 

 

 

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Tips for A Healthy Fall

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Tips for A Healthy Fall

Wear a scarf

Acupuncturists are always going on about wearing scarves. It’s for good reason.

Lung, the organ associated with fall, is considered the most exterior organ. It is the first line of defense against external pathogenic factors. As the weather turns cold and the wind picks up, the Lung organ is extra vulnerable.

Further, pathogenic factors such as cold and wind invade the body at the back of the neck, so keeping ...

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Yoga for weightloss

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We have added several new classes at NAAHAC each targeted to a specific body type, interest or health concern.

 

 Here is a link Yoga For Weight Loss  to a great article.

 

 

My Last post was about Prenatal Yoga.  This one is about yoga for weight loss. I have been doing a lot of research in preparing for our new classes Prenatal, Weight loss and Yoga for Athletes and the more I learn the more I realize there is to learn.  With a 5000 year ...

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