~~~~~ Stuck in traffic. News cycle gives you nightmares. Hot weather leaves you with hives. Old traumas rear up and knock you right in the lumbar spine. Maybe you have a chronic condition. Who knows? It could be any number of things. What matters is that your situation has left you in a state of … Continue reading Chronic Stress: Ways to Protect Your Mind, Body, and Spirit for the Long Haul
~~~~~ Tui na really is a bit of a secret treasure in Austin, Texas where I am. I notice, though, that when I recommend it to people online, they don’t always know about it either. Unless you’re in a place that has a large Chinese population you may not know what this venerable healing art … Continue reading Find A Tui Na Practitioner: How To Find The Best Traditional Chinese Bodywork Therapist For What You Want To Accomplish
~~~~~ The 2018 Hill Country Ride for AIDS is going to be one of the highlights of your year, I just know it. The camaraderie…the sense of purpose…the joy of helping others…the fun of riding…Austin has such a vibrant health, fitness, and giving spirit. This community event is a jewel in Austin’s crown, don’t you … Continue reading The Hill Country Ride for AIDS: Traditional Chinese Bodywork For Cyclists
~~~~~ Do you enjoy good health and a sense of ease within your body? Do you want to be in possession of strategies and resources to make the very best of the wellness that is available to you? Have you ever experienced traditional Chinese bodywork therapy? Have you heard of or experienced tui na and … Continue reading Benefits of Traditional Chinese Bodywork: Tui Na, Health, and You
Do you have or do you know anyone with EDS? It’s a genetic condition that makes for hypermobile joints and many other symptoms. Have you ever wondered what Chinese medicine can do for you if you are extraordinarily stretchy? Continue reading Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Tui Na, and You: How Traditional Chinese Bodywork Can Make a Difference
~~~~ For most people in the West, acupuncture treatment with needles is probably Chinese medicine’s most well-known and widely practiced export. A less widely familiar traditional Chinese healing modality is tui na (“pushing” and “grasping”, respectively). This is a manual therapy that is, at first glance, akin to massage. But to categorize this art … Continue reading What is Tui Na?