The Repackaging of Acupuncture

For centuries, the impetus behind discovery has been both necessity and competition. Making it to a destination is always deemed best when one gets there first. Controversy brews from questionable calls, tied points, and poorly kept records. We, as humans, …...

Autumn Brim

The harvest season is not only a time to stock for the winter, it is also an excellent time to shore up your energy reserves. We pull our energy from different sources: food, water, sleep (of course), but also solitude, …...

Change Is Around The Curve

The spine typically has four distinct curves: two primary and two secondary. Our primary curves are our kyphotic curves, those that coil away from our organs and were developed in utero. The secondary curves are our lordotic curves, they are …...

A Still Spring in Perpetual Motion

I’ve written before about Chinese Medicine’s approach to emotions, how each organ system holds both virtue and vice, and how it is all connected to different seasons. Here I’m going to discuss the wonderful dichotomy of Spring and its partner …...