Massage + Menopause: How Feeling Good Is Good For You

Massage for Menopause in Boulder Do you have whispered conversations in the corner of parties about your menopause symptoms? Do you wear a fan around your neck for those incessant hot flashes? Are you struggling with insomnia, stress or migraines? Regular massage could help ease your symptoms! With the National Institutes of Health suggesting that …

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Curing Postpartum Depression Safely and Naturally

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. If you find the joy of motherhood eluding you in the months postpartum, you are not alone. Mild feelings of sadness and depression are so common they have earned the nickname “the baby blues.” However, an unfortunately large number of women endure the more serious mood disorder known as postpartum depression …

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Massage + Menopause: How Feeling Good Is Good For You

Massage for Menopause in Boulder Do you have whispered conversations in the corner of parties about your menopause symptoms? Do you wear a fan around your neck for those incessant hot flashes? Are you struggling with insomnia, stress or migraines? Regular massage could help ease your symptoms! With the National Institutes of Health suggesting that ...

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Curing Postpartum Depression Safely and Naturally

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. If you find the joy of motherhood eluding you in the months postpartum, you are not alone. Mild feelings of sadness and depression are so common they have earned the nickname “the baby blues.” However, an unfortunately large number of women endure the more serious mood disorder known as postpartum depression ...

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Pathway to Pregnancy, Part III: Postpartum & the 4th Trimester

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. In this final installment of our series, The Path to Parenthood, we will discuss the POSTPARTUM period with a focus on self-care for mamas. So. You are having a baby! Your approaching due date brings with it much anticipation and excitement. The to-do list is bursting with supplies to buy (Diapers! ...

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Acupuncture & Seasonal Affective Disorder

In Boulder, nearly 17% of the population is at risk for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and winter depression (1). Sitting just north of the 40-degree latitude, we experience significant changes in daylight hours over the course of the year. In the summer, we can play outside until 9:30 at night and wake at 6 to ...

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Woman On The Verge

When women find themselves at this precipice, it can cause deep unrest, inner turmoil and maybe even the occasional desire to run screaming out of her own skin. But why is transformation so painful for us? I believe it is because, as women, we are inherently rhythmic creatures and any disruption to our internal rhythms can feel like seismic activity on a grand scale. We spend the large majority of our lives in a rhythmic coming and going of hormones. After adolescence, we become a living cycle, at one with the moon, always in a state of waxing or waning, that becomes our very state of existence. It is not even that identify with our rhythms—we become them. And so when they are in this state of transformation, the balance is lost and it leaves us feeling unsure of who we are and where we fit within our own bodies. It can leave us feeling as though we inhabit an alien body, our internal compass broken and spinning wildly out of control.

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Massage + Menopause: How Feeling Good Is Good For You

Massage for Menopause in Boulder Do you have whispered conversations in the corner of parties about your menopause symptoms? Do you wear a fan around your neck for those incessant hot flashes? Are you struggling with insomnia, stress or migraines? Regular massage could help ease your symptoms! With the National Institutes of Health suggesting that ...

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Curing Postpartum Depression Safely and Naturally

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. If you find the joy of motherhood eluding you in the months postpartum, you are not alone. Mild feelings of sadness and depression are so common they have earned the nickname “the baby blues.” However, an unfortunately large number of women endure the more serious mood disorder known as postpartum depression ...

Read more

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Pathway to Pregnancy, Part III: Postpartum & the 4th Trimester

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. In this final installment of our series, The Path to Parenthood, we will discuss the POSTPARTUM period with a focus on self-care for mamas. So. You are having a baby! Your approaching due date brings with it much anticipation and excitement. The to-do list is bursting with supplies to buy (Diapers! ...

Read more

Read More

Acupuncture & Seasonal Affective Disorder

In Boulder, nearly 17% of the population is at risk for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and winter depression (1). Sitting just north of the 40-degree latitude, we experience significant changes in daylight hours over the course of the year. In the summer, we can play outside until 9:30 at night and wake at 6 to ...

Read more

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Woman On The Verge

When women find themselves at this precipice, it can cause deep unrest, inner turmoil and maybe even the occasional desire to run screaming out of her own skin. But why is transformation so painful for us? I believe it is because, as women, we are inherently rhythmic creatures and any disruption to our internal rhythms can feel like seismic activity on a grand scale. We spend the large majority of our lives in a rhythmic coming and going of hormones. After adolescence, we become a living cycle, at one with the moon, always in a state of waxing or waning, that becomes our very state of existence. It is not even that identify with our rhythms—we become them. And so when they are in this state of transformation, the balance is lost and it leaves us feeling unsure of who we are and where we fit within our own bodies. It can leave us feeling as though we inhabit an alien body, our internal compass broken and spinning wildly out of control.

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Massage + Menopause: How Feeling Good Is Good For You

Massage for Menopause in Boulder Do you have whispered conversations in the corner of parties about your menopause symptoms? Do you wear a fan around your neck for those incessant hot flashes? Are you struggling with insomnia, stress or migraines? Regular massage could help ease your symptoms! With the National Institutes of Health suggesting that …

Read more

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Curing Postpartum Depression Safely and Naturally

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. If you find the joy of motherhood eluding you in the months postpartum, you are not alone. Mild feelings of sadness and depression are so common they have earned the nickname “the baby blues.” However, an unfortunately large number of women endure the more serious mood disorder known as postpartum depression …

Read more

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Pathway to Pregnancy, Part III: Postpartum & the 4th Trimester

by Julie Johnson, L.Ac. In this final installment of our series, The Path to Parenthood, we will discuss the POSTPARTUM period with a focus on self-care for mamas. So. You are having a baby! Your approaching due date brings with it much anticipation and excitement. The to-do list is bursting with supplies to buy (Diapers! …

Read more

Read More

Acupuncture & Seasonal Affective Disorder

In Boulder, nearly 17% of the population is at risk for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and winter depression (1). Sitting just north of the 40-degree latitude, we experience significant changes in daylight hours over the course of the year. In the summer, we can play outside until 9:30 at night and wake at 6 to …

Read more

Read More

Woman On The Verge

When women find themselves at this precipice, it can cause deep unrest, inner turmoil and maybe even the occasional desire to run screaming out of her own skin. But why is transformation so painful for us? I believe it is because, as women, we are inherently rhythmic creatures and any disruption to our internal rhythms can feel like seismic activity on a grand scale. We spend the large majority of our lives in a rhythmic coming and going of hormones. After adolescence, we become a living cycle, at one with the moon, always in a state of waxing or waning, that becomes our very state of existence. It is not even that identify with our rhythms—we become them. And so when they are in this state of transformation, the balance is lost and it leaves us feeling unsure of who we are and where we fit within our own bodies. It can leave us feeling as though we inhabit an alien body, our internal compass broken and spinning wildly out of control.

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