Aligning with the Elements: Cultivating the Qi of Your Inner Nature
A weekend retreat with Brodie WelchMay 31-June 2, 2013
Escape to the gorgeous Oregon Coast and explore the inner terrain of your bodymind at the Oregon House overlooking the Pacific in Yachats, OR. Just a handful of spaces left– secure your spot now. If it resonates, we’d love to have you.
Brodie was recently quoted as an expert in the Huffington Post! Check it out and forward to your friends who might be interested in simple self-care tips.
Chinese Medicine is 3,000–year–old system of holistic health care that encompasses acupuncture, herbal medicine, diet therapy, massage techniques, and qigong. It works by guiding the body back to its natural state of balance. Stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, back pain, arthritis, headaches, allergies, insomnia, PMS, infertility, menopausal symptoms, IBS, and digestive problems are just a few of the conditions it can treat. We view health as not merely the absence of disease, but living in accordance with who we truly are.
Meet our New Massage Therapists
We now have not only one but two fabulous massage therapists in the office. We’re excited to welcome Heron Golfetto-Dorr, LMT, to the office. Heron is currently offering $10 off for new clients booked by April 30, 2013. Heron tailors each session to her client’s specific needs, blending Swedish, trigger point, deep tissue techniques to increase body awareness and foster healing. Call Heron at(541)609-8924 to make an appointment for wonderful self-care.
Heron joins Andrea Banks, an experienced, intuitive, and compassionate massage therapist trained in manual lymphatic drainage, craniosacral therapy, Swedish, and reflexology. Call (541)390-6880 to book your session with Andrea.
In Classical Chinese Medicine, there are “Three Treasures:” vitality, energy, and spirit. When all three are integrated, an individual can realize his/her full potential. An acupuncture point can be an opening to your deepest healing, a doorway to your the next stage of the evolution of your consciousness.
Acupuncture works by regulating the body’s energy, or qi (“chee”). Qi needs to flow freely along its pathways in order to maintain good health. When qi gets stuck or depleted, you feel pain or get sick. An acupuncturist inserts hair–thin needles into specific points along the energy pathways in order to restore the proper flow of qi so the body can heal itself.
In Chinese Medicine, herbs are blended together to correct the underlying imbalance in the body as well as alleviating the symptoms. Life in Balance Acupuncture’s herbal pharmacy contains over 120 different herbs for making customized formulas to address your specific condition. A well–designed Chinese Herb formula can treat many different symptoms at once.
Qigong (pronounced “chee gung”) is the practice of cultivating your own energy by working with breath, intention, and movement. A form of moving meditation, qigong is a powerful tool for self-healing and relieving stress. Just as an acupuncturist uses needles to balance the qi of the different organ systems in the body, you can help keep your own qi flowing well and recharge yourself by practicing qigong regularly.
Learn more about qigong.
East Meets West: Acupuncture and the Future of Health Care in America
Order your DVD copy of this award-winning documentary
A great introduction to the philosophy and treatment strategies of Chinese Medicine. This film combines treatment room footage with interviews with acupuncturists (including Brodie) and other health care providers, and testimonials from patient with a vision for a integrated medicine of the future that combines the best of Chinese and Western medicine.