Showing 7 Result(s)

The Power of the Goddess: the Dai Mai

A woman’s power is in her hips. In traditional cultures, women carry their young ones against their hips. The womb is located in the pelvic area, relying on the hips for stability and balance.  Fertility goddesses have been depicted as voluptuous women with generous hips. Belly dancing has been regarded as one of the most …

The Ancients Arts of the Tao

The ancient Tao is a path and a lifelong journey. Many arts and metaphysical practices developed from this ancestral path. The purpose of these arts is the self-transformation and development of the human being and the preservation of the Three Treasures: Essence, Qi and Spirit. Each of the branches was created to serve this purpose …

Moxibustion: The Magical Art of Burning Mugwort

As a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, the most frequent question I get from the people I treat for the first time is  What is this this moxa/moxibustion? The term moxa comes from a Japanese word that translates as burning herb.  Basically, moxibustion is heat therapy by burning herbs and it is an intrinsic part of traditional Chinese medicine. Why heat? …

Mind full or Mindful?

The choice is yours The human mind can be a wonderful servant or a terrible master. As a servant, it can turn you into the most accomplished warrior. As a master, it can turn you into the most accomplished worrier. One of the most successful people in the world are the ones who made their …

The Ancient Art of Meridian Manipulation

I made the decision to give acupuncture a break and put the needles away.     Some of my colleagues were surprised, many of my clients were relieved. The truth is that, along the millennia, practitioners developed at least 70 different ways of manipulating the Qi along the meridian pathways and acupoints, some using physical …

You cannot copy content of this page