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just clear about what I need to do, and not emotionally dragged down".

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July 22, 2019

We’ve already headed into the sweltering days of summer! High humidity combined with record temperatures create a phenomenon known in Chinese Medicine as “Summer Heat with Dampness.”  


During these hot humid days you might experience: irritability, dizziness, heaviness in the head (like a wet towel wrapped around your forehead), fogginess, confusion, a dragging sensation in your limbs, profuse sweating (as your pores open wide to help cool you off), nausea and lack of appetite.

If you have a...

July 15, 2019

Summer is HOT. And summer is generally the most social time of year! Sometimes the intensity of expending so much energy with potlucks, bbqs, picnics, concerts, and even vacations can start to wear us down. 

That’s why it’s necessary to come back to our own experience and to move through this season of maximum expansion (maximum heat and light) with an awareness of what we really need. 

While it feels wonderful to expand outwards, to enjoy more daylight and perhaps a more jam-packed social s...

July 1, 2019

Happy summer! It’s not just calendar-time summer. I’m starting to feel the full blossoming of the heart that summertime entails in Chinese Medicine theory. It’s the season of the Fire element, of warmth and connection.

A few weeks ago, I gave a talk at the Penn Museum Summer Solstice event called ‘Self-Care in the Summertime.” I really enjoyed helping participants create a personalized self-care action plan. This talk is based on my self-care workbook, which you can download from my website...

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