A walk with my naked eyes

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Today was a sunny February Sunday. I decided to go for a short walk along one of the many trails in my neighborhood…without my glasses or contacts. Of the 15 years I’ve been wearing contacts, I don’t think I’ve ever … Continued

Module 2: A Stroke of Insight

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Jill Bolte Taylor, a neuroanatomist (brain scientist), shares her first-hand experience of a stroke and how it changed her life…and probably yours too. I’ve worked with only a handful of stroke patients during my internship at Bastyr. I’ve heard several … Continued

Happy Fall: DAOM Module I

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Two years out of my Master’s and in private practice, I decided to go back and am now pursuing my Doctorate of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland. Each month for two years, I … Continued

Qigong: Lifting the Sky

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Qigong translates to “cultivating the life-force” It serves as a self-empowering tool to cultivate energy and vitality; and to move and disperse stagnation. In Chinese medicine, fall is the season of the Lungs. The Lungs breathe in “fresh inhaling clear qi,” … Continued

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