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Get In The Right Relationship With Your Desire: A Baby, Idyllic Delivery, Perfect Body… Anything

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in Chinese Medicine, Fertility, Personal Development | 0 comments

  Longing. Obsessing. Aching. The kind of yearning that brings you to your knees. You want something so badly, it’s all you think about. If you could will it into existence, you would:  A baby, an idyllic delivery, a more beautiful or healthier body, a partner, a dream job, THE house, more money… whatever it is for you. Often, you find yourself thinking, “It’s not fair!” with the strong urge to throw a toddler-style tantrum. Working primarily with women trying to conceive, I see firsthand what this obsessive desire for a baby does to the different energy systems in the body, through the eyes of Chinese medicine. As you might have guessed, this intense wanting stresses...

5 Weight Loss Mistakes Every Woman Makes

Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Nutrition, Postpartum, Useful Tips, Weight Loss | 0 comments

  Weight loss is not about deprivation or discipline; it’s about giving your body proper nutrients so that you are finally able to ditch bad-for-you cravings, make healthy food choices and release weight.  As an acupuncturist that specializes in women’s health and nutrition, I’ve coached hundreds of women from all over the world through my online weight loss programs since 2010. And, speaking from experience, I have easily released 40 lbs that I gained with my second pregnancy using the same techniques I teach. I’ve watched women get life-changing results from making a few important but crucial tweaks in their diet, and you can, too. Here are the five most common weight loss mistakes I’ve...

Learn To Make Postpartum Recovery Nepali Rice Pudding

Posted by on Feb 23, 2016 in Motherhood, Postpartum, Pregnancy | 0 comments

  I first met Julia when I was pregnant with my second daughter and about to deliver. She showed up at just the right time, offering me sage advice as a postnatal Ayurvedic doula to take care of myself and my baby after delivery. Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine share similar roots, so I have always been intrigued by Ayurvedic medicine. As a mother and acupuncturist specializing in women’s health, I was interested and grateful on many levels to read Julia’s book and share her knowledge with my patients and clients all over the world. When she asked me to review her ebook Nourishing Newborn Mothers, it was a no-brainer! Without further...

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