Tag Archives: Acupuncture

No Comments on Acupuncture, Peace, Grace and the Holidays


As I look back at this holiday season, I can honestly smile. We are all done with our shopping and wrapping. We have kept it simple this year because we are traveling and yet, the gifts are thoughtful. This is the first Christmas without my Dad. It was his holiday, he would have been here visiting us by now. Drinking coffee on my couch while watching American Pickers or something fascinating on the History Channel that he would recount for me once I got home...

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No Comments on MWC Holiday Appreciation Raffle and Giving Goodwill to All

All of the practitioners at the Marlborough Wellness Center want to thank each and every one of our clients for their patronage as well as reward those who value wellness and preventative health therapies!

Starting December 1st and running until December 16th, 2016, we will be placing each client’s name into a free raffle for the
fabulously decorated holiday tree in the office that will include gift certificates from all the services provided at the Center! Your name will be entered into the raffle each time you come and receive a service from one of the Cen...

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No Comments on Acupuncture and Finding The Good

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No Comments on Acupuncture, Chronic Conditions, and Costumes

Four cute young kids dressed up in costumes on Halloween trick or treating

As Halloween draws near, I love watching my children get excited about their costumes and dream of the bags of candy they will collect soon. My business group had a “scary” theme this morning and invited us to dress up in our costumes to add to the festivities! I decided to pull out of storage an old favorite of mine from many years ago, my adult sized Tigger costume. Now, for those of you who know me, I have an outgoing personality that fits the Tigger persona...

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No Comments on Acupuncture Goes Mainstream So, Watch OUT!

Acupuncture word cloud concept. Vector illustration on white

With my alma mater, New England School of Acupuncture, being acquired by the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences based in Worcester, acupuncture is going mainstream so, watch OUT! it means that more people are asking for and positively experiencing acupuncture for ailments that Western Medicine may not have answers for as of yet...

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No Comments on Acupuncture and The End of Life

Dad and Nathan

August 12th, 2016…a date I don’t think I’ll forget. My dad’s passing in the next phase.

It was a peaceful as it could be, his children holding his hands as he took his last breath, my brother telling him to keep an eye out for us and his grandchildren in heaven...

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No Comments on Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Comfort Zones and Bruising

Stepping out of our comfort zone can be scary sometimes. I talk about acupuncture and herbal medicine being out of a lot of people’s comfort zones but as many know, when you are out of your comfort zone, amazing things can happen!

Last Sunday, I decided to join my husband mountain biking. Now, a little background story…he fell in love with mountain biking when he took a ride class through Marlborough Moves, led by the leader of the BLG (aka “Bloody Leg Gang”), a local mountain biking group full of biking enthusiasts...

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No Comments on Acupuncture and Kids’ “Calm Amidst The Chaos”

Kids meditating

In the middle of the July 4th chaos in North Conway, NH, six children found an opportunity to “get zen” and meditate. It stopped a few people and of course, the picture had to be taken. Now, if you knew these children, they are all active and full of personality! When I saw this picture, not only did I see a great opportunity to chuckle to myself but I also saw how a few of them really looked calm.

I know in this crazy world of negativity and violence, it is imperative that as parents we teach our children what is right and wrong, what is acceptable and unacc...

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No Comments on Acupuncture and Triathlon

Lions Triathlon
As some of you may or may not know, I am a triathlete. And as a triathlete, I am always looking for ways for my body to perform better as I swim, bike and run. I loved falling upon this article in the recent USAT newsletter! Thank you to Sandy Bikus for writing such a fabulous positive viewpoint on the amazing impact acupuncture can do for triathletes as well as athletes of any interest!

https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Triathlon/News/Blogs/Multisport-Lab/2016/June/27/5-Reasons-to-Add-Acupuncture-to-Your-Training-Regimen#.V3L7Bl7A-qM.email

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No Comments on Acupuncture and Working With A Health Team

Linking entities. Network, networking, social media, connectivity, internet communication abstract. Web of thin silver wires on white background. Key Person or network hub.

Today, in my business group, my fellow health and wellness colleagues and I did a group weekly presentation on what we each could contribute to one man’s life. It was profound to listen to everyone’s approach to how each individual practitioner/business could affect our fictional character’s life in so many different ways.

This got me thinking about the importance of working with a well versed, experienced team of health practitioners/businesses. We can’t do it alone but by working together, we could accomplish so much more...

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