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Energy Healing

By Sifu Jenny Lamb, Teacher, Healer and Founder Of Eastern Internal Arts Institute

sifu-jenny-lamb-qigongEnergy is one of three treasures, Essence (Jing), Energy (Qi), Spirit (Shen) that compose the human body. These are the theoretical cornerstones of traditional Chinese medicine and Taoist healing arts practices. The balance of these three Jewels is not only used to diagnose one’s health but also used for healing by bringing them into balance.

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Awareness Of Entity Issues

By Sifu Jenny Lamb, Teacher, Healer and Founder Of Eastern Internal Arts Institute

entity-issuesSince I started to offer energy healing services, I have been dealing with a lot of entity issues. Commonly, people come to me with energy issues or issues that haven’t been helped by medical science for years. But quite often, I have found their health problems are related with entities

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Acupuncture For Asthma

By Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

acupuncture-for-asthmaAsthma, a chronic disease of the lungs, affects an estimated 300 million people around the world.  Although it is considered a treatable disease with proper medication, it still claims over 3,000 deaths each year in the U.S. alone.  It is also one of the most common diseases for which patients turn to alternative therapies such as acupuncture for treatment and relief.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine For Natural Menopause Relief

By Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

tcm-for-menopauseMenopause and its accompanying discomforts include hot flashes, insomnia, and mood swings. A natural, but dreaded condition for American women, menopause does not seem to have nearly the same effect on women in China. It’s an interesting fact that 75% of American women experience noticeable menopausal discomfort, while only 10% of Asian women experience the same. It’s worth considering that some of the factors involved in this difference are dietary and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) related, which are both comprised of natural elements, unlike the most common Western treatment for menopause: hormone replacement therapy.

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Massage As Medicine

By Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

tui-na-massageThe Wall Street Journal recently published an article exploring the benefits of massage. Holistic healthcare has garnered increasing recognition in the mainstream medical field. As a result, people are now evaluating how massage is so much more than a mini-vacation for your mind and body. The litany of health benefits, many of which are long-term, is drawing more and more patients to the massage table.