Restoring Mind-Body Balance Naturally
A life-changing program for chronic pain & illness that is accompanied by sensitivity, anxious or depressed feelings, or a history of trauma.
"There is a crack in everything,
that is how the light gets in."
Anxiety, depression, and pain can all be signposts of something deeper that is calling out to be addressed in our lives. It may be more dramatic like the repercussions of a trauma or life-changing event, or a simpler but challenging life-transition in which we may need more support. Yet when conventional options are sought out, many people find that they don't always address the the entire picture or that additional support is needed to increase their effectiveness.
If you are in counseling and hit a roadblock: Oriental Medicine can help create a bridge between mind-and body where you can integrate feeling with thinking, and help balance neurological and hormonal of your physical body that effect outlook, well-being, and can decrease pain.
If you are on medications, and are unhappy with long-term use that creates side effects or dulls emotions: Oriental Medicine can help create a greater sense of equilibrium that allows you to sleep better, feel more balanced and productive. Many feel well-enough to work with their doctor to decrease or eliminate their current medications.
If you have had trauma from abuse, combat, surgical procedure or an accident: Oriental Medicine can help decrease the physical effects of trauma that often linger long after the emotions are well-understood mentally.
Many individuals also experience the following:
How can Oriental Medicine help with so many things?
Because it is not just in your head. It is in your body.
Chinese Medicine has recognized the connection between mind and body for thousands of years. Addressing both mind and body can create immediate changes for people who may have been struggling with particular issues for years. In fact, symptoms that are often dismissed as "all in your head" in Western medicine are often recognizable as a part of any number of patterns in Oriental Medicine -- each of which can be effectively treated in a natural way without the side-effects of medication.
I particularly specialize in helping those with pain or chronic illness with concurrent mental-emotional imbalances, as well as individuals who may be termed as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).
Research shows that chronic pain can lead to depression and anxiety. Likewise, depression and anxiety can increase sensitivity to pain stimuli and pain syndromes can be very common.