Take Your Life Back

September 21, 2018

 

 

 

 

It's the start of the school year. Grades. Exams. Applications. Practices. Away Games.

 

How will your health score by Christmas break?

 

Did you lose that weight you said you were going to drop for the summer - only to put it back on at bar-b-cues and indulgences while you were on holiday?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you tired of letting your cravings and excuses rule you? Change is hard - and it's always easier when you have help. Weight loss? Anxiety? Back pain? Fertility concerns? Your local healthcare practitioner will partner with you to establish attainable goals and pit you back in the driver's seat of your own happiness and success. Quit the debate team. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Medicine 101: Ancient Insight for Modern Minds

 

What do you need to be your best self?

 

To be happy and free?

 

To look in the mirror and be happy with the person looking back at you?

 

We spend so much time soothing ourselves with food that we often miss what our bodies are asking for. What if it's not your body that's asking for sustenance? Is it your mind? Your heart? Your inner child? There is so much richness of experience available to you wen you start looking at what you really need. And when you give it to yourself... magical transformation starts to take place within and around you. 

 

Chinese Medicine encourages us to feed our emotional selves through meditation, movement, periods of rest and retreat, and regular cleansing of the digestive and emotional systems. 

 

 

What do you need to be complete today?

 

 

CBD: Good Enough for The Founding Fathers

 

 

Yep. That's right. Good Ol' George. In 1777, our most distinguished founding father's primary crop at his Mount Vernon estate was hemp. Even more surprising, Jamestown colonists were require BY LAW to grow hemp crops due to the plant's versatility of use. 

 

And as CBD continues to transform lives and revolutionize health, the laws around its growth, production, and usage are reverting back to pre-1935 acceptance of medicinal application. We live in a wondrous time. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Essential Oils for Harmonizing the Self

 

Black Pepper: Black pepper tonifies KD Yang, the aspect of your Qi that holds all potential life energy, your capacity to know who you are and who you're meant to be. 

 

 

 

 

 

Rose: Rose is the quintessential oil for boosting heart qi, your ability to be who you truly are, to live courageously by honestly being yourself.

 

When the Kidney and Heart channels are harmonized, your sense of self - and your ability to be yourself - is established and stable. You are confident without needing to prove anything to anyone. You are comfortable in your skin. 

 

A Special Blend: Dr. Mel's signature Leather and Fishnets Essential Oil blend combines black pepper, rose, clary sage, and lavender to produce a confidence boosting shot of liquid courage - with no hangover the next morning. Get it online today on our website: http://StillpointeAcupuncture.com with a complimentary sample of CBD liquid. 

 

...Who says natural medicine can't be hot...?

 

 

 

 

 

Mel Baker-Thompson is a New York State licensed Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with over 3,000 hours of clinical and didactic training in Eastern and Western medical modalities. She has developed the Whole Life Integration Method to take natural functional medicine to the next level - incorporating the role of the mind in the optimization of authentic health. Over the last 20 years she has treated physicians, therapists, Rockettes, even an Olympic-qualifying athlete. From infants to grandparents, she has crafted an approach to health cultivation that combines the wisdom, skill, and acumen of Chinese Medicine with nutrition therapy, manual therapy, essential oils, and insight meditation to remove health disruptors in the body and mind. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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