by Pamela Maloney It is the beginning of a new year and, once again, a time to reflect on what changes we can make to improve our lives. If you are intent on improving your health this year, acupuncture may be the very thing you need to “stick” to those resolutions. Here’s how: Resolution: Stay…

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by Pamela Maloney Everyone suffers from irritability and moodiness from time to time, but if you find that a short temper and frustration are becoming a constant issue for you, then acupuncture may be able to help. Often irritability and moodiness are the consequence of chronic stress in your life. Over time these emotions can…

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by Pamela Maloney REST, RESTORE, REVITALIZE In nature, winter is the season where all living things slow down, conserve their energy and prepare for the outburst of new life and energy in the spring. Our bodies are instinctively expressing the fundamental principles of winter – rest, restoration and revitalization. The Nei Ching, one of the…

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by Pamela Maloney One of the many ways that walking can promote health and wellness is by putting gentle pressure on Yongquan (Bubbling Spring), an acupuncture point on the sole of the foot. In Oriental health theory, this is the starting point of the Kidney meridian and stimulation of this energizing point can promote clarity…

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